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Comments on the Iberian Solutrean

This post shows five Solutrean Points from an Iberian collection acquired in 1979. The artifacts are made from the same, brownish flint and were found together. The largest point is 9 cm long. Two Points are finished bifacial Solutrean leaf-points  while … Continue reading

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A Trihedral from the middle Guadalquivir and the oldest Handaxes in Europe

Populations using Acheulean ensembles occupied Europe with a significant time lag compared to Africa. They could have entered Europe by the Levantine corridor, the strait of Gibraltar or via the Bab-al-Mandab. In East-Africa first handaxes already appeared 1, 5 Ma. … Continue reading

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