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Kommunikation und/oder spezifische Landschaftsnutzung? Zur Interpretation von Einzelfunden donauländischer Dechselklingen und Keile außerhalb frühneolithischer Wirtschaftsareale im nordwestlichen Mitteleuropa Spatial

Master thesis University of Cologne: Supervisor Prof. Dr. Andreas Zimmermann, in preparation Masterarbeit Universität zu Köln bei Prof. Dr. Andreas Zimmermann, in Vorbereitung
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Die Steinartefakte des mesolithischen Fundplatzes „Rieger Busch“ in Hagen-Eilpe Spatial

Master thesis of Nele Schneid. Supervisor Prof.Dr. Andreas Zimmermann.
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Menschenreste und Besiedlungsspuren – Das Mesolithikum der Blätterhöhle Spatial

State of research, archaeological and anthropological data from the mesolithic-neolithic cave-site Blätterhöhle in Westphalia, Germany.
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Radiocarbon-dating adhesive and wooden residues from stone tools by Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (AMS): challenges and insights encountered in a case study doi Spatial

In this study we present and assess a process to enhance archaeological residue AMS dating by focusing on contaminant confinement. The sequence of methods applied consists of: 1) optical residue and usewear analyses, 2) experimental designs addressing cleaning treatments to mitigate impact of contaminants, 3) preparation and extraction of residues from (mostly) previously dated stone artefacts, and 4) establishing the elemental characteristics of residues by using SEM/EDX as a final step to avoid sample...
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Das Mesolithikum in Ostwestfalen-Lippe Spatial

Short overview of the Mesolithic in Eastern Westphalia.
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Nutrient status in prehistoric agricultural soils – indications from geochemical analyses of archaeological topsoil relicts Spatial

At the beginning of agriculture in Central Europe during the Neolithic (at about 5,500 BC) first farmers started to utilise the fertile loess areas. However, archaeologists have shown that the location shifted between settlement areas and, therefore, also between agricultural fields. Besides cultural and other environmental variables, it has been assumed that decreasing soil fertility was one key factor leading to human mobility. To test this hypothesis, the soil nutrient status and organic matter origin in...
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Reconstructing fire regimes from geochemical proxies in Late Quaternary soils Spatial

Changes in ecosystems and land use frequently went along with regional burning events, but how fires accompanied human development, the onset of agriculture and changes in climate has eluded researchers. I hypothesised that information on past burning events may be reconstructed from the geochemical analyses of black carbon (BC), the residue of incomplete combustion. To test this hypothesis, it was the aim of my theses i) to elucidate the quantitative and qualitative characteristics of BC produced by...
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Demographisch-kulturelle Zyklen im Neolithikum. Die Bandkeramik im Rheinland und die Pfyner Kultur am Bodensee Spatial

Diese Arbeit wurde im Rahmen des Teilprojekts D2 The Rise of the Cultural Landscape in Central Europe Mobility and Human-Environment Interaction since the Neolithic des Sonderforschungsbereichs 806 Our Way to Europe verfasst.
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L’impact environnemental sur la formation des assemblages lithiques unifaciaux et bifaciaux « micoquiens » ou« MMO » d’Europe central. Transitions, ruptures et continuité en Préhistoire.

Research of the last two decades has considerably changed our notion of the cultural units connected with the late Middle Palaeolithic of Europe. The revision of lithic assemblages from Middle Palaeolithic sites in Germany resulted in a new understanding of the relationship between techno-typological entities of artefact assemblages, on the one hand, and the utilization of prehistoric natural landscape, on the other hand.
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Die aelteste Besiedlung der Westfälischen Bucht am Ende der Weichseleiszeit

Keywords: GQT1
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Ergebnisse einer Suche nach Aurignacien- und Magdalénien-Fundstellen in Nordrhein-Westfalen. Spatial Temporal

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Tagungsbericht des internationalen Workshops “The Upper-Late Palaeolithic Transition in Western Central Europe. Typology, Technology, Environment and Demography“, 22.- 24.06.2012 in Rösrath. Spatial

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