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Wed, 24/08/2016
Neanderthal child tooth and parietal fragment discovered at Teixoneres Cave in Spain
The fieldwork of this season at Teixoneres Cave, a Middle Paleolithic site at Barcelona (Spain) co-directed by the CENIEH researcher Ruth Blasco, ends today. It has been very successful and a large amount of faunal specimens and stone tools were...
Fri, 24/06/2016
Wild carnivores are a key element to interpreting the past
Ruth Blasco, specialist in Taphonomy at the Centro Nacional de Investigación sobre la Evolución Humana (CENIEH), leads a new experimental work line with wild predators in the Pyrenees of Lleida (Spain) that aims to simulate scenarios to model and...
Fri, 17/06/2016
Teixoneres Cave could have been one of the last Neanderthal refuges in the Iberian Peninsula
Few topics have attracted as much research or generated as much controversy as the Neanderthals. Most discussions about this human lineage have focused on the problem of their disappearance and possible contact with modern humans during the...

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