The poster present an enlarged approach of scales for geoarchaeology-archaeogeomorphology, based on different sizes of relief forms, as (semi-) quantitative differentiation of various scales. With this classification, small-scale features related to “on-site” investigations can be integrated to the existing considerations of scale in geoarchaeology, but are expanded by characteristics of the landscape beyond the influence of a site.
We apply this concept to the Eastern Desert of Egypt, as it is a key region in the understanding of the migration of AMH from Africa to Europe and simultaneously serves as an example of a today´s hyper arid environment.
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Henselowsky, F., Kindermann, K., Bubenzer, O. (2017): Scales in Geoarchaeology beyond “a site”: The advance of a (Archaeo-)geomorphological perspective. Geophysical Research Abstract, Vol. Vol. 19(EGU2017-15207)
|Authors||Henselowsky, Felix and Kindermann, Karin and Bubenzer, Olaf|
|Title||Scales in Geoarchaeology beyond “a site”: The advance of a (Archaeo-)geomorphological perspective|
|Publisher||Geophysical Research Abstract|
|Series||European Geosciences Union General Assembly|