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Title

Production and subsistence strategies at El Zafrín (Chafarinas Islands, Spain): new data for the early Neolithic of North-West Africa

AuthorsGibaja, Juan Francisco ; Carvalho, António Faustino; Rojo-Guerra, Manuel; Garrido Pena, Rafael; García, Iñigo
KeywordsNorth-West Africa
Neolithic
Cardial
Subsistence activities
Lithic instruments
Issue Date2012
PublisherElsevier
CitationJournal of Archaeological Science (39) : 3095-3104 (2012)
AbstractUntil a few years ago North-West Africa was ignored in our hypothesis on the neolithization of Western Mediterranean. Moreover, the few excavations focused exclusively on the test of stratigraphies in order to obtain chronological sequences. Recently developed archaeological projects allowed the inclusion of this region in the scientific debate on the origin and evolution of its Neolithic, on the contacts with the Iberian Peninsula through the Strait of Gibraltar, as well as on the documentation of ways of live, habitation structures, and economic strategies. The open area excavation of Zafrín, in the Chafarinas Isles e an archipelago located a short distance from the North African coast e and the full analysis of its lithic industry (technology, typology and use-wear), here presented, represents a novelty on the Neolithic research in North Africa. This in turn will permit us to approach subsistence strategies and the way of life developed by the Neolithic communities of the region
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/84873
ISSN0305-4403
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