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Os fossils humains des grottes Muierii et Cioclovina, Roumanie

Alexandrescu, E; Olariu, A; Skog, Göran LU ; Stenström, Kristina LU and Hellborg, Ragnar LU (2010) In L'Anthropologie 114(3). p.341-353
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Cet article présente le contexte culturel et archéologique des os fossiles humains de la Grotte Muierii que nous datons de 30 150 ± 800 14C ans BP (Before Present) ou 34 810 ± 927 cal. ans BP (ans calibrés Before Present), et de la Grotte Cioclovina, datés de 29 000 ± 700 14C ans BP ou 33 540 ± 832 cal. ans BP, dans les Carpates méridionales.. Ils s’insèrent parmi les plus anciens restes fossiles humains datés de l’Europe centrale et du Sud-Est. Leur présentation tient compte du rapport avec d’autres sites à complexes moustériens de la population néanderthalienne récente, ainsi qu’avec des sites à complexes aurignaciens de l’ancien homme moderne de la région de Roumanie de l’intervalle 34 000–26 000,... (More)
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Cet article présente le contexte culturel et archéologique des os fossiles humains de la Grotte Muierii que nous datons de 30 150 ± 800 14C ans BP (Before Present) ou 34 810 ± 927 cal. ans BP (ans calibrés Before Present), et de la Grotte Cioclovina, datés de 29 000 ± 700 14C ans BP ou 33 540 ± 832 cal. ans BP, dans les Carpates méridionales.. Ils s’insèrent parmi les plus anciens restes fossiles humains datés de l’Europe centrale et du Sud-Est. Leur présentation tient compte du rapport avec d’autres sites à complexes moustériens de la population néanderthalienne récente, ainsi qu’avec des sites à complexes aurignaciens de l’ancien homme moderne de la région de Roumanie de l’intervalle 34 000–26 000, période de transition du Paléolithique moyen au Paléolithique supérieur. (Less)
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This paper presents the cultural and archaeological context of the human fossil bones from Muierii Cave, dated by us to the age of 30 150 ± 800 14C years BP (Before Present) or 34 810 ± 927 cal years BP (calibrated years Before Present), and from Cioclovina Cave, dated to the age of 29 000 ± 700 14C years BP or 33 540 ± 832 cal years BP, in the Southern Carpathians. These are among the most ancient dated human fossil remains from Central and South-Eastern Europe and are described in conjunction with other sites with Mousterian assemblages of the recent Neanderthal population, and sites with Aurignacian assemblage of early modern humans, from Romanian region, for the interval of time 34,000–26,000, the transitional period from the Middle... (More)
This paper presents the cultural and archaeological context of the human fossil bones from Muierii Cave, dated by us to the age of 30 150 ± 800 14C years BP (Before Present) or 34 810 ± 927 cal years BP (calibrated years Before Present), and from Cioclovina Cave, dated to the age of 29 000 ± 700 14C years BP or 33 540 ± 832 cal years BP, in the Southern Carpathians. These are among the most ancient dated human fossil remains from Central and South-Eastern Europe and are described in conjunction with other sites with Mousterian assemblages of the recent Neanderthal population, and sites with Aurignacian assemblage of early modern humans, from Romanian region, for the interval of time 34,000–26,000, the transitional period from the Middle Paleolithic to the Upper Paleolithic. (Less)
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Human fossil bones from the Muierii Cave and the Cioclovina Cave, Romania
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Hommes fossiles, Paléolithique supérieur ancien, Grotte Muierii, Grotte Cioclovina, Datation par radiocarbone
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L'Anthropologie
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114
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341 - 353
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Elsevier
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0003-5521
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10.1016/j.anthro.2010.05.004
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  abstract     = {This paper presents the cultural and archaeological context of the human fossil bones from Muierii Cave, dated by us to the age of 30 150 ± 800 14C years BP (Before Present) or 34 810 ± 927 cal years BP (calibrated years Before Present), and from Cioclovina Cave, dated to the age of 29 000 ± 700 14C years BP or 33 540 ± 832 cal years BP, in the Southern Carpathians. These are among the most ancient dated human fossil remains from Central and South-Eastern Europe and are described in conjunction with other sites with Mousterian assemblages of the recent Neanderthal population, and sites with Aurignacian assemblage of early modern humans, from Romanian region, for the interval of time 34,000–26,000, the transitional period from the Middle Paleolithic to the Upper Paleolithic.},
  author       = {Alexandrescu, E and Olariu, A and Skog, Göran and Stenström, Kristina and Hellborg, Ragnar},
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  keyword      = {Hommes fossiles,Paléolithique supérieur ancien,Grotte Muierii,Grotte Cioclovina,Datation par radiocarbone},
  language     = {fre},
  number       = {3},
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  publisher    = {Elsevier},
  series       = {L'Anthropologie},
  title        = {Os fossils humains des grottes Muierii et Cioclovina, Roumanie},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.anthro.2010.05.004},
  volume       = {114},
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