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The Chronology of the Aurignacian and of the Transitional Technocomplexes. Dating, Stratigraphies, Cultural Implications, (actes 14e Congrès UISPP, Université de Liège, Belgique, 2-8 sept. 2001, section 6.1), (Trabalhos de Arqueologia n° 33), 2003, 356 p. - Actes Colloques UISPP

L. G. Straus, "The Aurignacian"? Some thoughts ; M. Otte, J. K. Kozlowski, Constitution of the Aurignacian through Eurasia ; F. Djindjian, J. K. Kozlowski, F. Bazile, Europe during the early Upper Paleolithic (40 000-30 000 BP): a synthesis ; M. C. Stiner, "Standardization" in Upper Paleolithic ornaments at the coastal sites of Riparo Mochi and Üçagizli cave ; S. L. Kuhn, In what sense is the Levantine Initial Upper Paleolithic a "transitional" industry? ; V. P. Chabai, The chronological and industrial variability of the Middle to Upper Paleolithic transition in eastern Europe ; A. A. Sinitsyn, The most ancient sites of Kostenki in the context of the Initial Upper Paleolithic of northern Eurasia ; J. I. Svendsen, P. Pavlov, Mamontovaya Kurya: an enigmatic, nearly 40 000 years old Paleolithic site in the Russian Arctic ; J. Svoboda, The Bohunician and the Aurignacian ; P. Haesaerts, N. Teyssandier, The early Upper Paleolithic occupations of Willendorf II (Lower Austria): a contribution to the chronostratigraphic and cultural context of the beginning of the Upper Paleolithic in Central Europe ; M. Bolus, The cultural context of the Aurignacian of the Swabian Jura ; N. J. Conard, G. Dippon, P. Goldberg, Chronostratigraphy and Archeological Context of the Aurignacian Deposits at Geißenklösterle ; N. Teyssandier, D. Liolios, Defining the earliest Aurignacian in the Swabian Alp: the relevance of the technological study of the Geissenklösterle (Baden-Württemberg, Germany) lithic and organic productions ; L. Niven, Patterns of subsistence and settlement during the Aurignacian of the Swabian Jura, Germany ; T. Terberger, M. Street, New evidence for the chronology of the Aurignacian and the question of Pleniglacial settlement in western central Europe ; J.-G. Bordes, Lithic taphonomy of the Châtelperronian/Aurignacian interstratifications in Roc de Combe and Le Piage (Lot, France) ; D'Errico et al., Many awls in our argument. Bone tool manufacture and use in the Châtelperronian and Aurignacian levels of the Grotte du Renne at Arcy-sur-Cure ; H. Floss, Did they meet or not? Observations on Châtelperronian and Aurignacian settlement patterns in eastern France ; G. Lucas, J.-P. Rigaud, J. F. Simek, M. Soressi, The Châtelperronian of Grotte XVI, Cénac-et-Saint-Julien (Dordogne, France) ; F. B. Harrold, B. B. Ellwood, P. T. Thacker, S. L. Benoist, Magnetic Susceptibility analysis of sediments at the Middle-Upper Paleolithic transition for two cave sites in northern Spain ; J. Zilhão, F. D'Errico, The chronology of the Aurignacian and Transitional technocomplexes. Where do we stand?
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