In this volume, an international and interdisciplinary team of scholars—Czech and American archaeologists, paleoanthropologists, geologists, and biologists—report on the results of the investigations from 1980 through the 1990s at Stránská skála, a complex of open-air loess sites on the outskirts of the Brno Basin in the Czech Republic.
The volume presents in-depth studies of the geology, paleopedology, frost processes, vegetation, fauna, and archaeological features of Stránská skála that break new ground in our understanding of early modern humans in central Europe.
It is to be greatly appreciated that such a large amount of diverse and good quality data about Stránská skála is now presented in one volume… This is a very informative and well edited volume, which certainly will be widely used and widely cited by students and researchers of the Early Upper Paleolithic of Eurasia.
- 232 pages
- Peabody Museum Press
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