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Hassi Berkane, eine neu entdeckte, steinzeitliche Fundstelle im östlichen Rif, Marokko SFB806 doi Spatial

Hassi Berkane (“Wellspring Berkane”) is an Iberomarusian site in the Nador Province in Northeastern Morocco. A thick escargotière visible in construction trenches and underneath the rockshelter on the outskirts of the town was investigated by the team from the CRC 806 in 2014. Profiles in the trench were documented and two boreholes were drilled underneath the rockshelter. The team found lithics and faunal remains in the cores alongside terrestrial snail shell fragments, as well as multiple charcoals taken...
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Continuity vs. Discontinuity. Epipaleolithic and Early Neolithic in the Mediterranean Southeast of the Iberian Peninsula Spatial

This study deals with the Neolithization process on a regional scale in SE Spain. The narrow chronological and spatial focus on the Epipaleolithic-Early Neolithic transition in Murcia, Almería, Granada and Málaga is a unique characteristic of this study. 10 lithic inventories and vessel units of five pottery assemblages of Epipaleolithic and Early Neolithic origin were recorded systematically in a database that is available in www.nespos.org associated with the DOI 10.12853/RESDB.NESPOS.0001. Attribute...
Keywords: LRQ13
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Les carnivores des gisements néolithiques et protohistoriques du nord du Maroc / The neolithic and protohistoric camivorafrom northern Morocco. doi Spatial

The north Morocco neolithic and protohistoncal archaeological levels yielded a dozen species of Carnivora. The Canidae are represented by Lycaon sp , Vulpes vulpes, Cams famiharis, Cams aureus and perhaps an other species of Cams For the Fehdae, besides Panthera leo, Panthera pardus and Fehs silvestns we note the presence of medium size felines like Fehs serval and Fehs caracal. The measurements indicate in fact that the bear (Ursus arctos) was small and thickset a high intraspecific variability of dog and...
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LA SÉQUENCE IBEROMAURISIENNE D'IFRI EL BAROUD : SA PLACE DANS LE PALÉOLITHIQUE SUPÉRIEUR MAROCAIN Spatial

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Profile drawings Ifri el Baroud 1996 S_IV Spatial

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Etude de la sépulture ibéromaurusienne 1 d’Ifri n’Baroud (Rif oriental, MAROC) / Study of the burial ibéromaurusian 1 of Ifri n’Baroud (Eastern Rif, MOROCCO) Spatial

This article deals with the study of the first burial at the site of Ifri n Baroud (Eastern Rif, Morocco) . It is about an individual primary burial of a tall female adult subject found in a grave. The Iberomaurusian archaeological level to which belongs the burial would be at least 12 500 years old. The grave in question has an oblique bottom. The latter marrowness and the obliqueness of its bottom are evidences that the subject should have been put in a dorsal decubitus position much contracted...
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In-situ or reworked? Micromorphological evidence for mixing processes in shelter sequences of the Iberian Peninsula and Northern Morocco (Poster) Spatial

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Changes of land-use strategies associated with the arrival of Neolithic settlers in NW-Morocco (Poster) Spatial

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Prospection of karstic caves using GIS and remote-sensing techniques for Geoarchaeological research, NE-Morocco Spatial

Caves and rock shelters are important archives for archaeological research. Prehistoric men not only sheltered in caves but also set up camps in open-air locations. Over the last 15 years a joint research group, comprising INSAP (Institut National des Sciences de l’Archéologie et du Patrimoine du Maroc), KAAK (Kommission für Archäologie Außereuropäischer Kulturen, German Archaeology Institute) and the University of Cologne, has been carrying out surveys and excavations in the area of the Eastern Rif...
Keywords: LRQ5
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Abiotic raw material supply in the Neolithic of the Eastern Rif, Morocco. A preliminary report Spatial

Since 1995 archaeological research has been undertaken in the Eastern Rif (Morocco) by a Moroccan-German research team with participation of the “Institut National des Sciences de l’Archéologie et du Patrimoine du Maroc” (INSAP), the “Kommission für die Archäologie Außereuropäischer Kulturen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts” (KAAK), and the Institute of Prehistoric Archaeology of the University of Cologne. In the course of these studies, several hundred sites have been discovered and a number of...
Keywords: LRQ17
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Neolithisation process within the Alboran territory: Models and possible African impact doi Spatial

The Neolithisation of the southern Iberian Peninsula and the Mediterranean Maghreb, here termed “Alboran territory”, must be considered as the same integrative process. By the mid-8th millennium calBP, both sides of the Western Mediterranean were inhabited by hunter-gatherer groups which probably maintained intercontinental contacts. However, from around 7.6 ka calBP, Neolithic groups from the Eastern Mediterranean arrived in the region along the littoral of what is today Andalusia. Neolithic innovations...
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The Epipalaeolithic–Neolithic transition in the Eastern Rif Mountains and the Lower Moulouya valley, Morocco Spatial

The Neolithic transition, since decades in a particular focus of the Western Mediterranean archaeological research, recently receives new input concerning the chronological frame (Carvalho 2010), the development of regional groups (Manen et al. 2010) or raw material supply (Binder et al. 2010). One of the most interesting topics about this is the variability of the archaeological record in the Southern Iberian Peninsula. This seems to be closely linked to the complexity of the environment and the...
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