Early Upper Paleolithic surface collections from loess-like sediments in the northern Carpathian Basin

Chu, Wei; Lengyel, György [Lengyel, György (Őskori régészet, ...), szerző] Történettudományi Intézet (ME / BTK); Zeeden, Christian; Péntek, Attila; Kaminská, Ľubomíra; Mester, Zsolt [Mester, Zsolt (Régészet, régibb ...), szerző] Őskori és Elő-Ázsiai Régészeti Tanszék (ELTE / BTK / Regtud_I)

Angol nyelvű Tudományos Szakcikk (Folyóiratcikk)
Megjelent: QUATERNARY INTERNATIONAL 1040-6182 485 pp. 167-182 2018
  • SJR Scopus - Earth-Surface Processes: Q1
Szakterületek:
    The way in which modern humans first entered Europe has been a recent focus of Upper Paleolithic research. A leading theory posits that the Danube served as a conduit for migration from Southeastern into Central and Western Europe. However, a challenge to this has been the scarcity of Early Upper Paleolithic sites along the Middle Danube (Carpathian) Basin. Though several sites with Early Upper Paleolithic features (Szeletian, Aurignacian) are known from surface prospections, few have been archeologically investigated in detail.
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