Ramification of lithic production and the search of small tools in Iberian Peninsula Middle Paleolithic
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Ramification of lithic production and the search of small tools in Iberian Peninsula Middle Paleolithic

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Rios, Joseba; Eixea, Aleix; Villaverde, Valentín
This document is a artículoDate2015
The notion of recycling and it relationship with ramified productions and small tool production in Late Middle Paleolithic from the Iberian Peninsula are investigated. Results from Amalda, Axlor, Pen~a Miel, and Quebrada show that the production of small tools is one of the principal objectives of lithic provi- sioning in these sites. Whereas in Axlor and Amalda, this is achieved through the ramification of pro- duction, due to the remoteness of flint sources, in Quebrada, where raw material sources are closer, small flakes are obtained at the end of Levallois production. The implications for Neandertal society organi- zation of this small tool production is discussed, and its evolution is observed from a diachronic perspective.

    Rios, J., Eixea, A., Villaverde, V. (2015). Ramification of lithic production and the search of small tools in Iberian Peninsula Middle Paleolithic. Quaternary International, 361, 188-199.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2014.07.025

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