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Marxen els gels, arriben els humans. Les primeres ocupacions humanes al Parc Nacional d'Aigüestortes i Estany de Sant Maurici durant el Mesolític i Neolític : XII Jornades sobre Recerca al Parc Nacional d'Aigüestortes i Estany de Sant Maurici

Authors: Gassiot Ballbè, Ermengol; Mazzucco, Niccolò; Clemente Conte, Ignacio; Díaz Bonilla, Sara; Obea Gómez, Laura; Garcia Casas, David; Rodríguez Antón, David; +3 Authors

Marxen els gels, arriben els humans. Les primeres ocupacions humanes al Parc Nacional d'Aigüestortes i Estany de Sant Maurici durant el Mesolític i Neolític : XII Jornades sobre Recerca al Parc Nacional d'Aigüestortes i Estany de Sant Maurici

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Archaeological research in the National Park has documented an archaeological sequence of human presence in this area of high Pyrenean mountains that covers the entire Holocene. Its earliest phases were characterized by hunter-gatherer populations with a marked mobility that occupied small rock shelters as a refuge during hunting expeditions. During the early Neolithic this pattern persists although with much more episodic occupations. In this period, it appears that the higher areas continue to be exploited as hunting territories, in this case as a complement to more stable occupations of settlements at lower altitudes. La recerca arqueològica al Parc Nacional ha permès documentar una seqüència arqueològica de presència humana en aquest espai d'alta muntanya pirinenca que s'estén al llarg de tot l'Holocè. Les seves fases més antigues les van protagonitzar poblacions caçadoresrecol·lectores mesolítiques amb una marcada mobilitat que van ocupar petits abrics rocosos com a refugi, possiblement en el marc d'activitats de cacera. A principis del Neolític aquest patró es manté amb menor intensitat. En aquest període sembla que les zones més altes dels Pirineus es continuen explotant com a territoris de cacera com a complement d'ocupacions centrades en assentaments de menor altitud.

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Early Neolithic, Archaeology, Alta muntanya, Mesolític, Pyrenees, Arqueologia, Neolitic, Mesolithic, High mountain, Pirineus

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