European Pre- and Protohistory

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European Pre- and Protohistory


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ROBERTO MACCHIARELLI & GERD-C, WENIGER (ed). Pleistocene databases: acquisition, storing, sharing/Pleistozane Datenbanken: Datenerwerb, Speicherung, Austausch (Wissenschaftliche Schriften des Neanderthal Museums 4). 121 pages, 38 colour & b&w illustrations, 8 tables. 2011. Mettmann: Neanderthal Museum; 978-3-935624-22-0 paperback 21.95 [euro].

ANDREAS PASTOORS & MARCO PERESANI (ed). Flakes not blades: the role of flake production at the onset of the Upper Palaeolithic in Europe (Wissenschaftliche Schriften des Neanderthal Museums 5). 294 pages, 155 colour & b&w illustrations, 66 tables. 2012. Mettmann: Neanderthal Museum; 978-3-935624-13-8 paperback 39.95 [euro].

EELCO RENSINK. Eyserheide: a Magdalenian openair site in the loess area of the Netherlands and its archaeological context (Analecta Praehistorica Leidensia 42). viii+277 pages, numerous b&w & colour illustrations. 2010. Leiden: Faculty of Archaeology, Leiden University; 978-90-818109-0-6 paperback.

GREGOR MARCHAND & GUIREC QUERRE (ed.). Roches et societes de la prehistoire: entre massifs cristallins et bassins sedimentaires. 512 pages, numerous illustrations & tables. 2012. Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes; 978-2-7535-1781-3 paperback 30 [euro].

LAWRENCE GUY STRAUS & MANUEL R. GONZALEZ-MORALES (ed.). El Miron Cave, Cantabrian Spain: the site and its Holocene archaeological record, xxviii+444 pages, 163 figures, 29 colour plates, 130 tables. 2012. Albuquerque (NM): University of New Mexico Press; 978-0-8263-5148-7 hardback; 978-0-8263-5150-0 e-book. …

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