Traces of Life in Prehistoric Artifacts – Obituary for Linda Rae Owen (* 31.01.1952, † 26.02.2021)

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On February 26, 2021, the well-known prehistorian Linda Rae Owen (Fig 1) died after a severe corona illness at the age of 69; she lived in her third marriage to Dr. Artur Zimmermann in Feldkirchen-Westerham, Bavaria.

Book Review: Coping with Risk Through Seasonal Behavioural Strategies

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The author Dr. Markus Wild presents, in a comprehensive monograph, his study on the socioeconomic behavior of the hunter-gatherer human groups inhabiting northwestern Europe within the late Upper Paleolithic. More precisely, he focuses on the two major cultural entities of this period, the Hamburgian and the Final Magdalenian, by analyzing from a technological viewpoint the rich reindeer antler assemblage from northwestern Europe.

Dental Wear Evidence for Browsing and Grazing Dietary Traits in the Giant Deer from the Late Pleistocene of Central Europe

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The paleoecology of the giant deer (Megaloceros giganteus), including its dietary preferences, is poorly known, mainly because reconstructions based on morphological characteristics have produced contradictory results.

The Cultural and Chronostratigraphic Context of a New Leaf Point from Hohle Fels Cave in the Ach Valley of Southwestern Germany

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During the summer of 2020 the excavation team at Hohle Fels Cave in the Ach Valley of southwestern Germany recovered a leaf point (in German Blattspitze) made from gray Jurassic chert. The find is well-preserved and remarkable for a number of reasons.

The role of Plant Foods in the evolution and Dispersal of early Humans: A Perspective from Across the Wallace Line

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In recent years, new evidence for the early use of plant foods has challenged the stereotype of the meat-eating Paleolithic. Whilst often making up the smaller component of the diet, plant foods are key to hominin diets, carbohydrates especially providing an efficient energy resource.

Laudation: Dr. Stephanie Anna Florin, Twenty-Third Recipient of the Tübingen Prize for Early Prehistory and Quaternary Ecology

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Dear Dr. Florin, representatives of the Romina Mineralbrunnen GmbH, Prof. Fortágh, Prof. Conard and colleagues of the Institute for Early Prehistory and Quaternary Ecology, and Anna’s friends who are joining her award ceremony digitally today.

Associations between human genetic and craniometric differentiation across North Eurasia: The role of geographic scale (Chapter 8)

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This study sets out to consider the influence of geographical scale on the association between molecular genetic differentiation and craniometric phenotypic differentiation in recent human populations.

The structure of cranial morphological variance in Asia: Implications for the study of modern human dispersion across the planet (Chapter 7)

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The study of past human dispersion is a central topic to understand how humans occupied the planet.

Statistical methods for kinship inference amongst ancient individuals (Chapter 6)

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The identification of close relatives is central to forensic sciences and to genetic association studies, in which spurious signals can be obtained if genetic structure is not taken into account.

Genetic demography: What does it mean and how to interpret it, with a case study on the Neolithic transition (Chapter 5)

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High level connections as a key component for the rapid dispersion of the Neolithic in Europe (Chapter 4)

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The transition to farming represents the process by which humans switched from hunting and gathering wild resources to a reliance on domesticated plants and animals.

Profile orientation change through time in Upper Paleolithic parietal art (Chapter 3)

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Art traditions reflect beliefs, practices, customs and unconscious values. If it is relatively easy to study these features in historic art traditions, the same is not true for prehistoric times.

A Leaf Point Documents Hunting with Spears in the Middle Paleolithic at Hohle Fels, Germany

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During the 2020 season at Hohle Fels Cave in the Ach Valley of southwestern Germany the excavation team from the University of Tübingen recovered a bifacial leaf point in archaeological horizon (AH) X. This horizon is the fifth deepest of the Middle Paleolithic horizons at the site and is located roughly 120 cm beneath the base of the rich Aurignacian layers of the cave.

The Middle Paleolithic Occupations of Mutzig-Rain (Alsace, France)

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The Paleolithic site of Mutzig, discovered by chance in 1992 (Sainty 1992), has been the focus of several excavations since 2009. Located in Alsace (Bas-Rhin, France), it is presently one of only a handful of sites reliably attributed to the Middle Paleolithic in this area, thus providing rare evidence for a zone still relatively unknown for Early Prehistoric remains.

The Lithics and Fauna from Heidenschmiede, a Middle Paleolithic Rockshelter in Heidenheim an der Brenz (Swabian Jura)

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Heidenschmiede is a Middle Paleolithic rockshelter located in Heidenheim an der Brenz. The site was excavated in 1930 by Eduard Peters, but the archaeological remains were never completely analyzed.

Direct U-series dating of the Apidima C human remains (Chapter 2)

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The site of Apidima, in southern Greece, is one of the most important Paleolithic sites in Greece and southeast Europe. One of the caves belonging to this cave complex, Cave A, has yielded human fossil crania Apidima 1 and 2, showing the presence of an early Homo sapiens population followed by a Neanderthal one in the Middle Pleistocene.

Crown outline analysis of the hominin upper third molar from the Megalopolis Basin, Peloponnese, Greece (Chapter 1)

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The left upper third molar from the Megalopolis Basin is enigmatic due to its problematic preservation and context. The Megalopolis molar is the only possible human fossil known to date from the Megalopolis Basin.

Laudation: Dr. Flavia Venditti, Twenty-Second Recipient of the Tübingen Prize for Early Prehistory and Quaternary Ecology

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Ladies and gentlemen, Prodekan Fortágh, representatives of Romina EiszeitQuell, dear colleagues, students, and friends of the Institute, dear Dr. Venditti, it is a great honor and pleasure for me to introduce the 22nd laureate of the Tübingen Prize for Early Prehistory and Quaternary Ecology.

Flint Recycling in the Lower Paleolithic Levant: A Microscopic Investigation of Small Recycled Flakes at Qesem Cave (Israel)

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Shara Bailey (New York) François Bon (Toulouse) Ariane Burke (Montreal) Katja Douze (Geneva) Clive Gamble (London) Sabine Gaudzinski­Windheuser (Mainz) Katerina Harvati (Tübingen) Jean­Jacques Hublin (Leipzig) Robert L. Kelly (Laramie, Wyoming) Johannes Krause (Leipzig/Tübingen) Steven L. Kuhn (Tucson) Foni Le Brun­Ricalens (Luxemburg) Feng Li (Beijing) Christopher E. Miller (Tübingen) Philip Nigst (Vienna) Akira Ono (Tokyo) Marco Peresani (Ferrara) Guillaume Porraz (Aix­en­Provence) Jürgen Richter (Köln) Simone Riehl (Tübingen) Florent Rivals (Tarragona) Wil Roebroeks (Leiden) Veerle Rots (Liège) Britt M. Starkovich (Tübingen) Thorsten Uthmeier (Erlangen) Pawel Valde­Nowak (Krakow) Lyn Wadley (Johannesburg)" ["post_title"]=> string(56) "Mitteilungen der Gesellschaft für Urgeschichte, Vol. 29" ["post_excerpt"]=> string(104) "PDF and Print Version available 13 April 2021 with contributions in English and German" ["post_status"]=> string(7) "publish" ["comment_status"]=> string(6) "closed" ["ping_status"]=> string(6) "closed" ["post_password"]=> string(0) "" ["post_name"]=> string(57) "mitteilungen-der-gesellschaft-fuer-urgeschichte-volume-29" ["to_ping"]=> string(0) "" ["pinged"]=> string(0) "" ["post_modified"]=> string(19) "2022-08-17 19:40:20" ["post_modified_gmt"]=> string(19) "2022-08-17 17:40:20" ["post_content_filtered"]=> string(0) "" ["post_parent"]=> int(0) ["guid"]=> string(54) "https://kernsverlag.com/?post_type=product&p=1270" ["menu_order"]=> int(0) ["post_type"]=> string(7) "product" ["post_mime_type"]=> string(0) "" ["comment_count"]=> string(1) "0" ["filter"]=> string(3) "raw" } }
In the common belief of many peoples, recycling is only considered a contemporary manifestation linked to the economic and ecological politics of industrialized societies.

A Lacustrine Revolution: Adaptive Shifts in the Late Glacial of South Central Europe

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Michael Bolus

Editorial Board

Shara Bailey (New York) François Bon (Toulouse) Ariane Burke (Montreal) Katja Douze (Geneva) Clive Gamble (London) Sabine Gaudzinski­Windheuser (Mainz) Katerina Harvati (Tübingen) Jean­Jacques Hublin (Leipzig) Robert L. Kelly (Laramie, Wyoming) Johannes Krause (Leipzig/Tübingen) Steven L. Kuhn (Tucson) Foni Le Brun­Ricalens (Luxemburg) Feng Li (Beijing) Christopher E. Miller (Tübingen) Philip Nigst (Vienna) Akira Ono (Tokyo) Marco Peresani (Ferrara) Guillaume Porraz (Aix­en­Provence) Jürgen Richter (Köln) Simone Riehl (Tübingen) Florent Rivals (Tarragona) Wil Roebroeks (Leiden) Veerle Rots (Liège) Britt M. Starkovich (Tübingen) Thorsten Uthmeier (Erlangen) Pawel Valde­Nowak (Krakow) Lyn Wadley (Johannesburg)" ["post_title"]=> string(56) "Mitteilungen der Gesellschaft für Urgeschichte, Vol. 29" ["post_excerpt"]=> string(104) "PDF and Print Version available 13 April 2021 with contributions in English and German" ["post_status"]=> string(7) "publish" ["comment_status"]=> string(6) "closed" ["ping_status"]=> string(6) "closed" ["post_password"]=> string(0) "" ["post_name"]=> string(57) "mitteilungen-der-gesellschaft-fuer-urgeschichte-volume-29" ["to_ping"]=> string(0) "" ["pinged"]=> string(0) "" ["post_modified"]=> string(19) "2022-08-17 19:40:20" ["post_modified_gmt"]=> string(19) "2022-08-17 17:40:20" ["post_content_filtered"]=> string(0) "" ["post_parent"]=> int(0) ["guid"]=> string(54) "https://kernsverlag.com/?post_type=product&p=1270" ["menu_order"]=> int(0) ["post_type"]=> string(7) "product" ["post_mime_type"]=> string(0) "" ["comment_count"]=> string(1) "0" ["filter"]=> string(3) "raw" } }
The environmental changes in Europe at the end of the last ice age had profound effects on human populations.