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Iberomaurusian Lithic Assemblages at Ifri El Baroud (Northeast Morocco)

Abstract

The Iberomaurusian lithic assemblages fromIfri El Baroud (northeast Morocco) are discussed from techno-economic, typological, and functional points of view. The site preserves an archaeological sequence spanning the period ca. 23,000–13,000 cal BP. The analysis of the lithic materials from the sequence highlights the diachronic changes in human behavior. Results show a strong relationship between paleoenvironmental shifts and changes in settlement strategies and lithic production.

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Potì, A., Gibaja Bao, J., Linstädter, J., Mikdad, A., Nami, M., Weniger, G. (2019): Iberomaurusian Lithic Assemblages at Ifri El Baroud (Northeast Morocco). Springer US – In: African Archaeological Review, p: 1-22, DOI: 10.1007/s10437-019-09358-6

Authors Potì, Alessandro and Gibaja Bao, Juan Francisco and Linstädter, Jörg and Mikdad, Abdeslam and Nami, Mustapha and Weniger, Gerd-Christian
Type article
Title Iberomaurusian Lithic Assemblages at Ifri El Baroud (Northeast Morocco)
DOI 10.1007/s10437-019-09358-6
Journal African Archaeological Review
Year 2019
Pages 1-22
Publisher Springer US
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