Geomorphology of an HNS Site in Spain

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Geomorphology of an HNS Site in Spain

Post by Minimalist » Tue May 12, 2020 6:59 pm

https://phys.org/news/2020-05-landscape ... thals.html
Analyzing the landscape in the pre-Pyrenees inhabited by Neanderthals
In the paper, the processes that intervened during the Neanderthal occupation of this Mousterian site in the gorge of the Segre River (Sant Llorenç de Montgai) were investigated using 3-D geomorphological techniques using drones, as well as stratigraphic, statistical and luminescence dating (OSL) techniques.

"The landscape we see today is very different from that inhabited by the Neanderthals. Roca dels Bous was not a vantage point overlooking the valley. On the contrary, the data indicate that it lay next to the valley bottom, and the Neanderthals had the resources offered by the Segre River floodplain, which was wider than it is now," explains Benito Calvo.
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