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  • publication . Article . 2020
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    Authors:
    Beatrice Demarchi; Rosa Boano; Arianna Ceron; Federica Dal Bello; Sergio E. Favero-Longo; Sarah Fiddyment; Elisa Fiore Marochetti; Gianluigi Mangiapane; Marco Mattonai; Cecilia Pennacini; ...
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    Abstract The scientific analysis of mummified individuals can reveal important details on the way people lived and died in the past. Palaeoproteomic approaches are theoretically suitable for obtaining information on the extent of tissue preservation, on the use of prote...

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  • publication . Article . 2019
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    Authors:
    Davide Delpiano; Andrea Zupancich; Marco Peresani;
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    Project: EC | HIDDEN FOODS (639286)

    Abstract The production of prepared backed artifacts during the Paleolithic is recognized as an important step in the design of stone tools for manual activities and the development of human tool ergonomics. Backed artifacts are generally identified as proxies of so-cal...

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  • publication . Article . 2018
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    Authors:
    Matteo Romandini; Gabriele Terlato; Nicola Nannini; Antonio Tagliacozzo; Stefano Benazzi; Marco Peresani;
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    Project: EC | SUCCESS (724046)

    Abstract Cave bear ( Ursus spelaeus ), brown bear ( Ursus arctos ), and Neanderthals were potential competitors for environmental resources (shelters and food) in Europe. In order to reinforce this view and contribute to the ongoing debate on late Neanderthal behavior, ...

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  • publication . Article . 2017
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    Authors:
    Jeannette Jacqueline Łucejko; Jacques Connan; Sibilla Orsini; Erika Ribechini; Francesca Modugno;
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    Abstract Twenty three samples of Egyptian organic materials, spanning from the Old Kingdom to the Copto-Byzantine Period, were investigated by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry. The sample set was comprised of ten balm samples from human mummies, three balms from shr...

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  • publication . Article . 2016
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    Authors:
    Rossella Duches; Nicola Nannini; Matteo Romandini; Francesco Boschin; Jacopo Crezzini; Marco Peresani;
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    The search for diagnostic criteria useful in hunting lesions identification is a new branch of investigation. Though recently there has been an increase in studies focused on this issue, no experimental works exist that analyze marks left by backed, morphologically stan...

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  • publication . Article . 2015
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    Authors:
    Manuela Capano; Olivia Pignatelli; Chiara Capretti; Simona Lazzeri; Benedetto Pizzo; Fabio Marzaioli; Nicoletta Martinelli; Ida Gennarelli; Stefania Gigli; Filippo Terrasi; ...
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    Publisher: HAL CCSD

    International audience; Objects of this study are the wooden artifacts discovered in the archaeological excavation of Mephitis goddess sanctuary in the Ansanto Valley (Rocca San Felice e AV, Southern Italy). At the moment of discovery, in the mid of last century, woods ...

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  • publication . Article . 2014
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    Authors:
    Sonia Conte; Tania Chinni; Rossella Arletti; Mariangela Vandini;
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    Abstract In the Late Roman period, the city of Butrint (SW Albania) was one of the most important seaports of the eastern Mediterranean due to its very favourable position and an extended presence of human settlements (from the 5th century BC to the modern age). The cit...

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  • publication . Article . 2013
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    Authors:
    Thilo Rehren; Tamás Belgya; Albert Jambon; György Káli; Zsolt Kasztovszky; Zoltán Kis; Imre Kovács; Boglárka Maróti; Marcos Martinón-Torres; Gianluca Miniaci; ...
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    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Project: EC | CHARISMA (228330)

    AbstractThe earliest known iron artefacts are nine small beads securely dated to circa 3200 BC, from two burials in Gerzeh, northern Egypt. We show that these beads were made from meteoritic iron, and shaped by careful hammering the metal into thin sheets before rolling...

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  • publication . Article . 2013
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    Authors:
    L. Vittori Antisari; Stefano Cremonini; Paola Desantis; C. Calastri; Gilmo Vianello;
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    Abstract The aim of this research was the understanding of a peculiarly expanded soil sequence in Bologna (i.e., Roman Bononia, Etruscan Felsina), one of the most important archaeological poles for Etruscan colonisation and settlement in northern Italy. The uppermost pa...

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  • publication . Article . 2012
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    Authors:
    Sahra Talamo; Konrad A Hughen; Bernd Kromer; Paula J. Reimer;
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    The debate about the complex issues of human development during the Middle to Upper Palaeolithic transition period (45-35 ka BP) has been hampered by concerns about the reliability of the radiocarbon dating method. Large14C anomalies were postulated and radiocarbon dati...

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