A comparison between various lines of tradition in the transition period between the Paleolithic and Mesolithic has brought new insight into the cultural developments that took place in Westphalia at that time. The work was based on an analysis of flint assemblages from Heek-Nienborg and Werl-Büderich. The results attest to a gradual "Mesolithisation" of the region, which cannot be equated with the boundary between Pleistocene and Holocene, but took several centuries.
Zander, A. (2017): Grenzgänger - Heek-Nienborg und Werl-Büderich zwischen Paläo- und Mesolithikum. – In: Archäologie in Westfalen-Lippe, Vol. 2016, p: 187-189
|Title||Grenzgänger - Heek-Nienborg und Werl-Büderich zwischen Paläo- und Mesolithikum|
|Journal||Archäologie in Westfalen-Lippe|