Epipaleolithic


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Related to Epipaleolithic: Mesolithic, Neolithic, Natufian
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Synonyms for Epipaleolithic

middle part of the Stone Age beginning about 15,000 years ago

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2002): After 20 Years: A Taphonomic Re-evaluation of Nahal Hadera V, an Epipaleolithic Site on the Israeli Coastal Plain.
HAWS, Jonathan Adams, An investigation of late Upper Paleolithic and epipaleolithic hunter-gatherer subsistence and settlement patterns in central Portugal.
1992 "Experimental cultivation, haverst and threshing of wild cereals and their relevance for interpreting the use of Epipaleolithic and Neolithic artefacts", Prehistoire de l'agriculture.
The study, "Mitochondrial Haplogroup U5b3: A Distant Echo of the Epipaleolithic in Italy and the Legacy of the Early Sardinians," will be published online June 4 and printed in the June 12 issue of the American Journal of Human Genetics.
2003): An investigation of Late Upper Paleolithic and Epipaleolithic Hunter-Gatherer Subsistence and Settlement Patterns in Central Portugal.
1988): "Study of Upper Palaeolithic and Epipaleolithic engraved pebbles".
2002a): Big game and small prey: Paleolithic and Epipaleolithic economy from Valencia (Spain).
2002b): "Big Game and Small Prey: Paleolithic and Epipaleolithic Economy in the Spanish Mediterranean Facade", Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory.
ABSTRACT: The Azilian, the end of a long process that had its heyday during the Magdalenian period, offers a new direction in technological, economic and symbolic formulations, paving the path that leads towards the so-called Epipaleolithic or Mesolithic.