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Dense forests, cold steppes, and the Palaeolithic settlement of Northern Europe. (includes comments and reply)

Roebroeks, Wil ; Conard, Nicholas J. . ; Van Kolfschoten, Thijs

Current Anthropology, Dec, 1992, Vol.33(5), p.551(36) [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Dense forests, cold steppes, and the Palaeolithic settlement of Northern Europe. (includes comments and reply)
  • Autor: Roebroeks, Wil ; Conard, Nicholas J. . ; Van Kolfschoten, Thijs
  • Assuntos: Prehistoric Peoples -- Social Aspects ; Ice Age ; Paleontology
  • É parte de: Current Anthropology, Dec, 1992, Vol.33(5), p.551(36)
  • Descrição: Recent views by archeologists maintain that pre-modern humans could not live in high-risk environments unlike modern humans, not due to the lack of technology but more to the lack of social structure. Taking Northern Europe as its focus, this study disproved upon examination of new evidence that the region was occupied during a wide range of periods with varied environmental conditions, showing that environment may not be the determinant of human behavior but as the background on which it takes place.

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