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8.2 ka BP paleoclimatic event and the Ebro Valley Mesolithic groups: Preliminary data from Artusia rock shelter (Unzu e, Navarra, Spain)

AuthorsGarcía Martínez de Lagrán, Íñigo; Iriarte, Eneko ; García-Gazólaz, Jesús; Tejedor-Rodríguez, Cristina ; Gibaja, Juan Francisco ; Moreno García, Marta ; Pérez Jordá, Guillem ; Ruiz Alonso, Mónica ; Sesma Sesma, Jesús; Garrido Pena, Rafael; Carrancho Alonso, Á.; Peña-Chocarro, Leonor ; Rojo-Guerra, Manuel
8.2 ka BP abrupt climatic event
Fluvial tufa
Upper Ebro Basin
Iberian Peninsula
Issue Date2016
CitationQuaternary International (403) : 151-173 (2016)
AbstractThis paper presents the results of the first excavation campaign of the Artusia rock shelter in Unzué, Navarre, Spain. Chronocultural and archaeobiological analyses revealed five different occupationphases (Artusia IeV) within the regional Mesolithic timeline, specifically in the Mesolithic of Notches and Denticulates (Artusia I and II) and the Geometric Mesolithic (Artusia III, IV, and V). In addition, the study of the sedimentological and palaeoenvironmental evolution in the entire record helped to clearly define several climatic events which developed around 6550 cal BC-8500 cal BP and 6250 cal BC-8200 cal BP. Here, we present a description of these events and their (pre)historical interpretation with the aim of recognizing how they influenced the Mesolithic hunteregatherer groups living in the Ebro Basin of the Iberian Peninsula.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2015.06.050
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