Current issues in late Middle Palaeolithic chronology: New assessments from Northern Iberia
The Iberian Peninsula plays a central role in the current debates on the Middle-Upper Palaeolithic transition and the Neanderthal extinction. This is largely due to the chronological data which some authors have suggested show a clear divide between Northern Iberia, where the Upper Palaeolithic appeared as early as 36.5 ka14C BP, and Southern Iberia, where the Middle Palaeolithic survived until ca. 32-30 ka14C BP or later. The best example of this view is the Ebro Frontier hypothesis. However,...[Show more]
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