Storied landscapes makes us (Modern) Human: Landscape socialisation in the Palaeolithic and consequences for the archaeological record
The unusual nature of the Neanderthal archaeological record has attracted the attention of archaeologists for the past 150. years. On the one hand, the technical skill apparent in their lithic technology, the practice of symbolic cultural behaviours (such
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