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by Philip G. Chase,André Debénath,Harold L. Dibble,Shannon P. McPherron

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Philip G. Chase,André Debénath,Harold L. Dibble,Shannon P. McPherron
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Summary of recent excavations at the Paleolithic site of Fontéchevade, France

Summary of recent excavations at the Paleolithic site of Fontéchevade, France. Modern field and analytic methods demonstrated that the Tayacian 'industry' is a product of site formation processes and that the age of the Fontéchevade I fossil is compatible with that of other modern humans in Europe. See all Product description. This is an excellent 'site' report and more. It is for the professional, student and advanced amateur who will make a study of this area of archaeology.

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The Cave of Font?chevade : Recent Excavations and Their Implications. Summary of the discoveries made during the course of excavations at the Paleolithic cave site of Font?chevade, France, between 1994 and 1998. The excavation team address major problems raised by earlier excavations at the site from 1937 to 1954. These earlier excavations produced two sets of problematic data : first, the Lower Paleolithic stone tool industry, the Tayacian, that differs in fundamental ways from other contemporary industries, second

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This book provides a summary of the discoveries made during the course of excavations at the Paleolithic cave site of Fontéchevade, France, between 1994 and 1998. The excavation team used modern field and analytic methods to address major problems raised by earlier excavations at the site from 1937 to 1954. These earlier excavations produced two sets of data that have been problematic in light of data from other European Paleolithic sites: first, the Lower Paleolithic stone tool industry, the Tayacian, that differs in fundamental ways from other contemporary industries and, second, the human skull fragment that has been interpreted as modern in nature but that apparently dates from the last interglacial, long before there is any evidence for humans from any other site in Europe. By applying modern stratigraphic, lithic, faunal, geological, geophysical, and radiometric analyses, the interdisciplinary team demonstrates that the Tayacian "industry" is a product of site formation processes and that the actual age of the Fontéchevade I fossil is compatible with other evidence for the arrival of modern humans in Europe.