This paper contributes to the dataset regarding Uluzzian hunting and food sourcing patterns in northern Italy by presenting results of the archaeozoological and taphonomic study of a sample of an estimated 37,000 bone remains recovered in the Uluzzian occupation levels (Layer A3-A4) at Fumane Cave (Grotta di Fumane). The aim here is to reconstruct subsistence practices and to provide a basis for further study of the relationship between economic changes and the new human population through comparison with evidence for the latest Mousterian occupations at this important site.

Animal Exploitation Strategies during the Uluzzian at Grotta di Fumane (Verona, Italy)

ROMANDINI, Matteo;GALA, Monica;PERESANI, Marco
2013

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This paper contributes to the dataset regarding Uluzzian hunting and food sourcing patterns in northern Italy by presenting results of the archaeozoological and taphonomic study of a sample of an estimated 37,000 bone remains recovered in the Uluzzian occupation levels (Layer A3-A4) at Fumane Cave (Grotta di Fumane). The aim here is to reconstruct subsistence practices and to provide a basis for further study of the relationship between economic changes and the new human population through comparison with evidence for the latest Mousterian occupations at this important site.
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