The human use of caves

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Archaeopress, 1997 - Social Science - 218 pages
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Twenty-eight essays by a very distinguished collection of contributors who were invited to speak at a conference in Newcastle in 1993 on a number of themes in terms of evidence for cave and rockshelter use in their areas of the world. The contributors include: Lawrence Straus (Some human uses of caves and rockshelters); Pavel Dolukhanov (Cave vs open-air settlement in the European Upper Palaeolithic); Marcel Otte (The Belgian Palaeolithic); Ann Sieveking (Cave as context in Palaeolithic art); Paul Bahn (Pleistocene cave art); Erwin Cziesla (The Weidental cave); Manuel Gonzalez Morales (Cantabrian Spain); Keith Branigan (Caves as workshops); Vassily Lubin (The Caucasus); Andrea Stone (Pre-Columbian cave utilization in the Maya area); Josephine Flood (Aboriginal use of caves); Penny Dransart (Northern Chile).

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Marcel One The Human Use of Caves in the Belgian Palaeolithic
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Probing the Phenomenon of Pleistocene Cave Art
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the Archaeological
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