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Models of neolithization of North east of Iberian Peninsula: new evidences of human occupations during the vi millennium cal BC

AuthorsPiqué, Raquel ; Barceló-Álvarez, Juan Antonio; Bodganovic, Igor; Bosch, Àngel; Palomo, Antoni; Rosillo, Rafael; Tarrús, Josep; Terradas-Batlle, Xavier
KeywordsNeolithization
Iberian Peninsula
VI millennium cal bc
Farming communities
North-East of Iberia
Coves del Fem (Ulldemolins, Spain)
La Draga (Banyoles, Spain)
Stratigraphy
Foragers
Neolithic in Western
Mediterranean
Issue Date2019
PublisherCSIC - Institución Milá y Fontanals (IMF)
Citation1st Conference on the Early Neolithic of Europe, 6 to 8 November 2019, at Museu Marítim de Barcelona : 65 (2019)
AbstractAccording to the few dates corresponding to the second half of 7th millennium cal BC, and their lack at the first half of the 6th millennium, it has been proposed that a period of de-occupation preceded the arrival of the first farming communities to the North-East of Iberia. Thus, first farmers arrived at a sparsely populated territory carrying with them all the Neolithic package and technological knowledge. Until recently only two sites, Font del Ros –open-air site- and Bauma del Serrat del Pont –rock shelter- have provided calibrated intervals between 6767-6071 cal BC. In contrast, the earliest evidences of farming societies are dated in ca 5600 cal BC. In this context, the sites Coves del Fem (Ulldemolins, Spain) and La Draga (Banyoles, Spain) represent different processes of neolithization in the region. Coves del Fem is located in a rock shelter and has provided a well-preserved stratigraphy with several levels of occupation dated from 6065-5988 cal BC to 4699-4545 cal BC, covering the transition between last foragers and first farmers in the region. In contrast, La Draga, an open-air site located at the shore of Lake Banyoles, was occupied between 5430-4900 cal BC by farmers who settled in a place without evidences of foragers during the previous millennia. In this paper is discussed the signification of these sites in the context of the process of neolitization of Northeast of Iberian Peninsula and in the current debates on the first Neolithic in Western Mediterranean.
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