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Late Upper Paleolithic, Early Mesolithic and Early Neolithic from the cave site Zemunica near Bisko (Dalmatia, Croatia) / Rajna Šošić Klindžić, Siniša Radović, Tihomila Težak-Gregl, Mario Šlaus, Zlatko Perhoč, Rainer Altherr, Mateja Hulina, Katarina Gerometta, Giovanni Boschian, Nikola Vukosavljević, James C.M. Ahern, Ivor Janković, Michael Richards, Ivor Karavanić.

By: Šošić Klindžić, Rajna.
Contributor(s): Radović, Siniša [aut] | Težak-Gregl, Tihomila [aut] | Šlaus, Mario [aut] | Perhoč, Zlatko [aut] | Altherr, Rainer [aut] | Hulina, Mateja [aut] | Gerometta, Katarina [aut] | Boschian, Giovanni [aut] | Vukosavljević, Nikola [aut] | Ahern, James C.M [aut] | Janković, Ivor [aut] | Richards, Michael [aut] | Karavanić, Ivor [aut].
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticlePublisher: 2015Description: 3-46.Subject(s): 6.08 | 6.07 | Paleolithic, Mesolithic, early Neolithic, Zemunica, Dalmatia, Croatia In: Eurasian Prehistory 12 (2015), 1-2 ; str. 3-46Summary: This paper presents results from lithic, pottery, zooarchaeological, osteological, petrological and geoarchaeological analyses from the early Neolithic, Mesolithic and late Upper Paleolithic levels of Zemunica Cave in Croatia. The site provides valuable information about the aforementioned periods in Dalmatia and original evidence supporting newly proposed models of the spread of Neolithisation in this area.
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This paper presents results from lithic, pottery, zooarchaeological, osteological, petrological and geoarchaeological analyses from the early Neolithic, Mesolithic and late Upper Paleolithic levels of Zemunica Cave in Croatia. The site provides valuable information about the aforementioned periods in Dalmatia and original evidence supporting newly proposed models of the spread of Neolithisation in this area.

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