Aggiornamenti di antiqui 2010-2013

 

31/12/2013

· Risorse WEB di Archeologia quantitativa:

- Anichini F., Fabiani F., Gattiglia G., Gualandi M.L. 2012, MAPPA. Metodologie Applicate alla Predittività del Potenziale Archeologico, vol.1 e vol. 2

- "Gis Spatial Analysis Archaeology" - PDF free

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· The Origins of the Concept of ‘Palaeolithic Art’: Theoretical Roots of an Idea
· Les gisements de Galería, Gran Dolina TD10 et Ambrona (le Complexe Inférieur) : trois modèles technologiques dans le deuxième tiers du Pléistocène moyen
· Les matières premières, la technologie lithique et les stratégies d’occupation dans le site du Pléistocène moyen de Covacha de los Zarpazos (gisement de Galería, Sierra de Atapuerca, Espagne)
· Néandertal et le feu au Paléolithique moyen ancien. Tour d’horizon des traces de son utilisation dans le Nord de la France
· The complete genome sequence of a Neanderthal from the Altai Mountains
· Paleolithic Ecodynamics in southern Iberia, "Quaternary International"
· Evidence supporting an intentional Neandertal burial at La Chapelle-aux-Saints
· Early Pleistocene third metacarpal from Kenya and the evolution of modern human-like hand morphology
· Site Distribution at the Edge of the Palaeolithic World: A Nutritional Niche Approach
· Elusive Denisovans Sighted in Oldest Human DNA
· First Partial Skeleton of a 1.34-Million-Year-Old Paranthropus boisei from Bed II, Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania
· A mitochondrial genome sequence of a hominin from Sima de los Huesos
· New evidence suggests Neanderthals organized their living spaces
· Early Tree-Dwelling Bipedal Human Ancestor Was Similar to Ancient Apes and 'Lucy' but Not Living Apes
· Comportement des Homo heidelbergensis au Lazaret il y a 160 000 ans

24/11/2013

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· Plant foods in the Upper Palaeolithic at Dolní Vestonice? Parenchyma redux
· The depiction of the individual in prehistory: human representations in Magdalenian societies
· A critique of evidence for human occupation of Europe older than the Jaramillo subchron (~1 Ma): Comment on ‘The oldest human fossil in Europe from Orce (Spain)’ by Toro-Moyano et al. (2013)
· Primate brains, the ‘island rule’ and the evolution of Homo floresiensis
· Continuous dental eruption identifies Sts 5 as the developmentally oldest fossil hominin and informs the taxonomy of Australopithecus africanus
· The spatial distribution of Palaeolithic human settlements and its influence on palaeoecological studies: a case from Northern Iberia
· On the spatial and technological organisation of hafting modifications in the North African Middle Stone Age
· Faces of Homo floresiensis (LB1)
· Minateda rock shelters (Albacete) and post-palaeolithic art of the Mediterranean Basin in Spain: pigments, surfaces and patinas
· Neanderthal hand and foot remains from Moula-Guercy, Ardèche, France
· Impact of the German Harz Mountain Weichselian ice-shield and valley glacier development onto Palaeolithic and megafauna disappearances
· Impossible Neanderthals? Making string, throwing projectiles and catching small game during Marine Isotope Stage 4 (Abri du Maras, France)
· Human response to Holocene warming on the Cantabrian Coast (northern Spain): an unexpected outcome
· Middle to Upper Palaeolithic biological and cultural shift in Eurasia II, "Quaternary International"
· Neanderthal Tool Time
· Levallois lessons: the challenge of integrating mathematical models, quantitative experiments and the archaeological record
· Human actions performed on simple combustion structures: An experimental approach to the study of Middle Palaeolithic fire
· Formation processes at a high resolution Middle Paleolithic site: Cueva Antón (Murcia, Spain)
· Climate and environmental changes recognized by micromorphology in Paleolithic deposits at Arene Candide (Liguria, Italy)
· Microstratigraphy of the Magdalenian sequence at Cendres Cave (Teulada-Moraira, Alicante, Spain): Formation and diagenesis
· Neanderthal Viruses Found in Modern Humans
· How Climate Change and Plate Tectonics Shaped Human Evolution
· Fire setting at Stone Age Norwegian quarries
· Les premiers français
· No known hominin species matches the expected dental morphology of the last common ancestor of Neanderthals and modern humans
· Grotte de Commarque
· Reassessing manual proportions in Australopithecus afarensis
· The longitudinal study of land-use at Acconia: Placing the fieldwork of the survey archaeologist in time
· New fossils of Australopithecus anamensis from Kanapoi, West Turkana, Kenya (2003–2008)
· Circulation of whale-bone artifacts in the northern Pyrenees during the late Upper Paleolithic
· Dating the Lower to Middle Paleolithic transition in the Levant: A view from Misliya Cave, Mount Carmel, Israel
· An older origin for the Acheulean at Melka Kunture (Upper Awash, Ethiopia): Techno-economic behaviours at Garba IVD
· The Upper Palaeolithic site of Kalavan 1 (Armenia): An Epigravettian settlement in the Lesser Caucasus
· The fragmented character of Middle Palaeolithic stone tool technology
· Les premieres parures
· Tooth wear and dentoalveolar remodeling are key factors of morphological variation in the Dmanisi mandibles
· Did the Denisovans Cross Wallace's Line?
· A Complete Skull from Dmanisi, Georgia, and the Evolutionary Biology of Early Homo
· Archaeologists rediscover the lost home of the last Neanderthals
· Toothpicking and Periodontal Disease in a Neanderthal Specimen from Cova Foradà Site (Valencia, Spain)
· Butchering in Denmark 12,000 years ago
· Mains négatives : 75 % seraient celles de femmes
· Study of organic matter of Acheulean occupation ground from the Lazaret cave archeostratigraphic unit UA 27
· Using stable isotopes to identify charcoal carbon in radiocarbon dating of palaeolithic charcoal
· The anthracological sequence of the Parco cave (Alòs de Balaguer, Spain): Landscapes and firewood management among the last hunter-gatherers
· Mauquenchy (Seine-Maritime, France) : mise en évidence de deux niveaux d’occupation paléolithique dans un sol gris forestier daté du SIM 5a (début glaciaire Weichselien)
· Altérations des artefacts préhistoriques en silex par les processus périglaciaires : présentation des expériences conduites au Centre de Géomorphologie du CNRS de Caen
· Le Téphra de Rocourt dans le site paléolithique moyen de Remicourt (Province de Liège, Belgique)
· Les occupations paléolithiques en Normandie dans leur contexte chronostratigraphique: «bribes archéologiques»
· Le site moustérien de la Hougue à Saint-Vaast-la-Hougue (Manche):implantations et activités humaines, synthèse stratigraphique
· Da dove vengono le immagini? L’arte visiva dei cacciatori paleolitici

8/10/2013

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· Composite projectiles and hafting technologies at Ohalo II (23 ka, Israel): analyses of impact fractures, morphometric characteristics and adhesive remains on microlithic tools
· What evolved first -- a dexterous hand or an agile foot?
· Regional behaviour among late Neanderthal groups in Western Europe: A comparative assessment of late Middle Palaeolithic bifacial tool variability
· Middle Pleistocene ecology and Neanderthal subsistence: Insights from stable isotope analyses in Payre (Ardèche, southeastern France)
· Evaluating developmental shape changes in Homo antecessor subadult facial morphology
· A new partial temporal bone of a juvenile hominin from the site of Kromdraai B (South Africa)
· Not only Chauvet: Dating Aurignacian rock art in Altxerri B Cave (northern Spain)
· Caccia, una pratica vecchia di oltre 400.000 anni
· Chronology of Ksar Akil (Lebanon) and Implications for the Colonization of Europe by Anatomically Modern Humans
· As Fashion Week Ends, Pondering the Origins of Clothes
· Were Rivers Flowing across the Sahara During the Last Interglacial? Implications for Human Migration through Africa
· Dental wear and cultural behavior in Middle Paleolithic humans from the Near East
· The Upper Palaeolithic of Manot Cave, Western Galilee, Israel: the 2011–12 excavations
· Hominids and palaeoenvironments in the Moravian Karst during Marine Isotope Stage 3: new excavations in Pod Hradem Cave, Czech Republic
· Homo erectus and Middle Pleistocene hominins: Brain size, skull form, and species recognition
· Origins of the Iberomaurusian in NW Africa: New AMS radiocarbon dating of the Middle and Later Stone Age deposits at Taforalt Cave, Morocco
· The Gravettian calvaria from Mollet III cave (Serinyà, Northeastern Iberian Peninsula)
· Population changes across the Neanderthal-to-modern-human transition in western France: A reply to Dogandžić and McPherron (2013)
· Striking Patterns: Skill for Forming Tools and Words Evolved Together
· African genes tracked back
· Neandertals made the first specialized bone tools in Europe
· The Sibiryachikha Facies of the Altai Middle Paleolithic

18/8/2013

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· Taphonomic resolution and hominin subsistence behaviour in the Lower Palaeolithic: differing data scales and interpretive frameworks at Boxgrove and Swanscombe (UK)
· A multi-analytical methodology of lithic residue analysis applied to Paleolithic tools from Hummal, Syria
· Special Issue: The Middle Stone Age at Diepkloof Rock Shelter, Western Cape, South Africa
· Paleolithic Art: A Cultural History
· Preliminary archaeometric study of the Neolithic pottery from the “Le Grottelline” site (Spinazzola, Italy)
· Neandertals made the first specialized bone tools in Europe
· Low-Pass DNA Sequencing of 1200 Sardinians Reconstructs European Y-Chromosome Phylogeny
· Postnatal temporal bone ontogeny in Pan, Gorilla, and Homo, and the implications for temporal bone ontogeny in Australopithecus afarensis
· Combined ESR/U-series chronology of Acheulian hominid-bearing layers at Trinchera Galería site, Atapuerca, Spain
· The Neandertals from the Caverna delle Fate (Finale Ligure, Italy). I - Chronostratigraphy, skeletal remains
· The Neandertals from the Caverna delle Fate (Finale Ligure, Italy). II – Teeth
· Les squelettes de l'abri Cro-Magnon. Datation et pathologie. Evolution des idées par Brigitte Delluc et Dr Gilles Delluc
· Neanderthal teeth from moula-guercy, Ardèche, France
· Mitogenomes from Two Uncommon Haplogroups Mark Late Glacial/Postglacial Expansions from the Near East and Neolithic Dispersals within Europe
· Deep-seated gravitational slope deformations as possible suitable locations for prehistoric human settlements: An example from the Italian Western Alps
· Earliest floral grave lining from 13,700–11,700-y-old Natufian burials at Raqefet Cave, Mt. Carmel, Israel
· Homo floresiensis Contextualized: A Geometric Morphometric Comparative Analysis of Fossil and Pathological Human Samples
· Neandertals Shared Speech and Language With Modern Humans, Study Suggests
· Archaeological shellfish size and later human evolution in Africa
· Livre: Expressions Esthetiques Et Comportements Techniques Au Paleolithique
· Stable carbon isotopes and human evolution
· Diet of Australopithecus afarensis from the Pliocene Hadar Formation, Ethiopia
· Stable isotope-based diet reconstructions of Turkana Basin hominins
· Isotopic evidence of early hominin diets
· Irish Cepaea nemoralis Land Snails Have a Cryptic Franco-Iberian Origin That Is Most Easily Explained by the Movements of Mesolithic Humans
· Algunas consideraciones sobre la cronología de la cueva de Tito Bustillo (Ribadesella, Asturias)
· Prácticas funerarias en la Península Ibérica durante el Paleolítico y Epipaleolítico

14/6/2013

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· Statistical means for identifying hunter–gatherer residential features in a lithic landscape
· Molecular evidence of bitumen in the Mousterian lithic assemblage of Hummal (Central Syria)
· Modeling distance with time in ancient Mediterranean seafaring: a GIS application for the interpretation of maritime connectivity
· The oldest human fossil in Europe, from Orce (Spain)
· A comparison of proximal humeral cancellous bone of great apes and humans
· Human talus bones from the Middle Pleistocene site of Sima de los Huesos (Sierra de Atapuerca, Burgos, Spain)
· Multi-element soil prospection aiding geophysical and archaeological survey on an archaeological site in suburban Sagalassos (SW-Turkey)
· The Middle Palaeolithic in the Desert
· The transition in southern Iberia: Insights from paleoclimatology and the Early Upper Palaeolithic
· Livre: L'art préhistorique, di Alain Roussot - Editions Sud Ouest
· East meets West: the Middle Pleistocene site of Rodafnidia on Lesvos, Greece
· A Bayesian approach to archaeological survey in north-west Jordan
· Complex topography and human evolution: the missing link
· Butchering with small tools: the implications of the Evron Quarry assemblage for the behaviour of Homo erectus
· Magdalenian pioneers in the northern French Alps, 17 000 cal BP
· Reconsideration of the Copper Age chronology of the eastern Carpathian Basin: a Bayesian approach
· Recognizing Complex Cognition through Innovative Technology in Stone Age and Palaeolithic Sites
· Shell Technology, Rock Art, and the Role of Marine Resources during the Upper Paleolithic
· Questions of Complexity and Scale in Explanations for Cultural Transitions in the Pleistocene: A Case Study from the Early Upper Paleolithic
· After the Deep Freeze: Confronting “Magdalenian” Realities in Cantabrian Spain And Beyond
· "Journal of Human Evolution", Volume 64, Issue 6, Pages 473-698 (June 2013)
· Early hominin auditory ossicles from South Africa
· Baby Neanderthal breast-fed for 7 months
· Barium distributions in teeth reveal early-life dietary transitions in primates
· Infant tooth reveals Neanderthal breastfeeding habits
· Origins of Human Culture Linked to Rapid Climate Change
· Ultraconserved words point to deep language ancestry across Eurasia
· More Genomes From Denisova Cave Show Mixing of Early Human Groups
· Neanderthal culture: Old masters
· East meets West: First settlements and human evolution in Eurasia
· Grotte de Rouffignac - Périgord 
· New information on the modifications of the neandertal suprainiac fossa during growth and development and on its etiology
· Earliest Archaeological Evidence of Persistent Hominin Carnivory
· Les premiers cannibales de la préhistoire
· Hobbit's Brain Size Holds Clues About Its Ancestor
· Paleo 23-2012

19/5/2013

· Sezione Fonti bibliografiche di storia e archeologia marchigiana:

· Rivista "Studi Maceratesi": indici volumi n. 45 del 2011, n. 46 del 2012

· Rivista "Picenum Seraphicum": indici volumi anno XXIV (2005), anno XXV-XXVI (2006/2008)

· Rivista "Picus": indici volumi XXXI-2011, XXXII-2012

· Rivista "Quaderni Storici Esini": indici volumi I-2010, II-2011

· Indice del volume: AA.VV., Beato Rizzerio ed il Francescanesimo nel Camerinese, Atti del Convegno di Studi, Muccia 4 settembre 1982, Tipografia “Grafica 10”, Città di Castello 1984

17/4/2013

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· Lithic production, site formation and Middle Palaeolithic palimpsest analysis: in search of human occupation episodes at Abric del Pastor Stratigraphic Unit IV (Alicante, Spain)
· The Landes de Gascogne (southwest France): periglacial desert and cultural frontier during the Palaeolithic
· Strict solar alignment of Bronze Age rock carvings in SE Sweden? – Critical remarks on an archaeoastronomical case study
· Levallois economics: an examination of ‘waste’ production in experimentally produced Levallois reduction sequences
· Models of settlement hierarchy based on partial evidence
· Application of GIS methods to retrieve orientation patterns from imagery; a case study from Beds I and II, Olduvai Gorge (Tanzania)
· A Palaeolithic fishhook made of ivory and the earliest fishhook tradition in Europe
· The black layer of Middle Palaeolithic combustion structures. Interpretation and archaeostratigraphic implications
· Early Upper Paleolithic shell beads at Üçağızlı Cave I (Turkey): Technology and the socioeconomic context of ornament life-histories
· Microtomographic archive of fossil hominin specimens from Kromdraai B, South Africa
· Long range inland–coastal networks during the Late Magdalenian: Evidence for individual acquisition of marine resources at Andernach-Martinsberg, German Central Rhineland
· Pole to Pole. Archaeology and Adaptation in the Middle Pleistocene at Opposite Ends of the Acheulean World
· Quaternaire - Vol. 24/1, 2013 - Volume 24 - Numéro 1
· "Quaternary International", Volume 294, Pages 1-190 (29 April 2013) 
· ScienceShot: The Shrinking of the Hobbit's Brain
· Special Section:Australopithecus sediba
· Trove of Neanderthal Bones Found in Greek Cave
· Possible Interbreeding in Late Italian Neanderthals? New Data from the Mezzena Jaw (Monti Lessini, Verona, Italy)
· First Migration from Africa Less Than 95,000 Years Ago: Ancient Hunter-Gatherer DNA Challenges Theory of Early Out-Of-Africa Migrations
· Clocking the Human Exodus Out of Africa
· "Archeologia e Calcolatori", n. XXIII - 2012

19/3/2013

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· Rabbits and hominin survival in Iberia
· Reassessment of the La Ferrassie 3 Neandertal ossicular chain
· Climatic conditions for the last Neanderthals: Herpetofaunal record of Gorham's Cave, Gibraltar
· No skeletal dysplasia in the nariokotome boy KNM-WT 15000 (homo erectus)—A reassessment of congenital pathologies of the vertebral column
· A Late Palaeolithic site at Ouriakos (Limnos, Greece) in the north-eastern Aegean
· New methodologies for the recovery of human behaviour through the evolution of hominid-carnivore interaction during the Pleistocene
· Morphometric analysis of Early Pleistocene African hominin crania in the context of a statistical (probabilistic) definition of a species
· At the core of it: a Late Palaeolithic workshop, Wadi Kubbaniya, Upper Egypt
· The social construction of caves and rockshelters: Chauvet Cave (France) and Nawarla Gabarnmang (Australia)
· Burial mounds and settlement patterns: a quantitative approach to their identification from the air and interpretation
· Another Dating Revolution for Prehistoric Archaeology?
· Lithic Modes A–I: A New Framework for Describing Global-Scale Variation in Stone Tool Technology Illustrated with Evidence from the East Mediterranean Levant
· Anterior tooth root morphology and size in Neanderthals: Taxonomic and functional implications
· On the industrial attributions of the Aterian and Mousterian of the Maghreb
· La récolte des coquillages dans la région Cantabrique au Magdalénien : la grotte de « Tito Bustillo » (Asturies, Espagne)
· Neanderthal Brains Focused On Vision and Movement Leaving Less Room for Social Networking
· Un chromosome Y de 338 000 ans
· Ancient DNA Analysis Affirms the Canid from Altai as a Primitive Dog
· Return of the Neanderthals
· Human Y Chromosome Much Older Than Previously Thought
· Quaternary in Italy: knowledge and perspective
· The Cognitive Implications of Controlled Fire Use by Early Humans
· Seeking Meaning in the Earliest Female Nudes
· Prehistoric origins of skin decoration
· Early human burials varied widely but most were simple
· Radiocarbon dating casts doubt on the late chronology of the Middle to Upper Palaeolithic transition in southern Iberia
· A la conquête du feu! 400 000 ans d’histoire de l’allumage du feu
· Livre: "Le Gravettien final de l'abri Pataud (Dordogne, France)"
· New Radiometric Ages for the BH-1 Hominin from Balanica (Serbia): Implications for Understanding the Role of the Balkans in Middle Pleistocene Human Evolution

6/2/2013

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· The Chinese Upper Paleolithic: Geography, Chronology, and Techno-typology
· A 3D morphometric analysis of surface geometry in Levallois cores: patterns of stability and variability across regions and their implications
· Neandertal foraging during the late Mousterian in the Pyrenees: new insights based on faunal remains from Gatzarria Cave
· Geochemical discrimination of basaltic sources as a tool for provenance analyses of bifacial tools in the southern Levant: first results from the Jezreel Valley, Israel
· Neanderthal remains point to earlier extinction
· Prehistoric land use and hydrology: a multi-scalar spatial analysis in central Arizona
· Thermoluminescence dates for the Middle Palaeolithic site of Chez-Pinaud Jonzac (France)
· Non-invasive portable instrumentation to study Palaeolithic rock paintings: the case of La Peña Cave in San Roman de Candamo (Asturias, Spain)
· New wrist bones of Homo floresiensis from Liang Bua (Flores, Indonesia)
· The first evidence of cut marks and usewear traces from the Plio-Pleistocene locality of El-Kherba (Ain Hanech), Algeria: implications for early hominin subsistence activities circa 1.8 Ma
· A new date for the neanderthals from el Sidrón Cave (Asturias, northern Spain)
· Individual tooth macrowear pattern guides the reconstruction of Sts 52 (Australopithecus africanus) dental arches
· Multiproxy Analyses of Stratigraphy and Palaeoenvironment of the Late Palaeolithic Grabow Floodplain Site, Northern Germany
· New Geology study raises questions about long-held theories of human evolution
· The characteristics and chronology of the earliest Acheulean at Konso, Ethiopia
· Ecosystem variability and early human habitats in eastern Africa
· Tree climbing and human evolution
· Modern 'palaeo diet' not as good as the original
· Archaeological Site Looting in "Glocal" Perspective: Nature, Scope, and Frequency
· Relationship between dental development and skeletal growth in modern humans and its implications for interpreting ontogeny in fossil hominins
· Ground reaction forces and center of mass mechanics of bipedal capuchin monkeys: Implications for the evolution of human bipedalism
· A description of the geological context, discrete traits, and linear morphometrics of the Middle Pleistocene hominin from Dali, Shaanxi Province, China
· GIS-based methodology for Palaeolithic site location preferences analysis. A case study from Late Palaeolithic Cantabria (Northern Iberian Peninsula)
· Establishing discovery probabilities of lithic artefacts in Palaeolithic and Mesolithic sites with core sampling
· Experimental protocols for the study of battered stone anvils from Olduvai Gorge (Tanzania)
· Multi-temporal archaeological analyses of alluvial landscapes using the photogrammetric restitution of historical flights: a case study of Medellin (Badajoz, Spain)
· Insights into early Middle Palaeolithic tool use and hafting in Western Europe. The functional analysis of level IIa of the early Middle Palaeolithic site of Biache-Saint-Vaast (France)
· Preliminary analysis of Palaeolithic black pigments in plaquettes from the Parpalló cave (Gandía, Spain) carried out by means of non-destructive techniques
· Dietary and paleoenvironmental reconstruction using stable isotopes of herbivore tooth enamel from middle Pliocene Dikika, Ethiopia: Implication for Australopithecus afarensis habitat and food resources
· Human–climate interaction during the Early Upper Paleolithic: testing the hypothesis of an adaptive shift between the Proto-Aurignacian and the Early Aurignacian
· The larger mammal fossil assemblage from JK2, Bed III, Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania: implications for the feeding behavior of Homo erectus
· Livre: "Préhistoires de France" di Jacques Jaubert
· Livre: "Lascaux" di Jean-Michel Geneste
· Livre: "La plus vieille énigme de l'Humanité" di Jean-Jacques Lefrère

30/12/2012

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· Les premiers chasseurs
· Da prateria a foresta, come cambiò in fretta l'ambiente di Homo erectus
· Current multi-disciplinary approaches to deciphering the East and Southeast Asian paleoanthropological record
· Forse una svolta nel giallo della beffa di Piltdown
· Isotopic evidence for an early shift to C4 resources by Pliocene hominins in Chad
· Cavemen Were Better at Depicting Quadruped Walking than Modern Artists: Erroneous Walking Illustrations in the Fine Arts from Prehistory to Today
· L'uomo di Neanderthal abitava la grotta di Tiberio
· Cervical and crown outline analysis of worn Neanderthal and modern human lower second deciduous molars
· SPLASHCOS: Submerged Prehistoric Archaeology and Landscapes of the Continental Shelf
· Dealul Guran: evidence for Lower Palaeolithic (MIS 11) occupation of the Lower Danube loess steppe
· New evidence for the processing of wild cereal grains at Ohalo II, a 23 000-year-old campsite on the shore of the Sea of Galilee, Israel
· Substantial settlement in the European Early Mesolithic: new research at Star Carr
· Human Evolution and the Archaeology of the Social Brain
· Human Biology and the Origins of Homo
· New chronology for the Middle Palaeolithic of the southern Caucasus suggests early demise of Neanderthals in this region
· Modeling Neanderthal clothing using ethnographic analogues
· The Oldowan horizon in Wonderwerk Cave (South Africa): Archaeological, geological, paleontological and paleoclimatic evidence
· The First Human Occupation of the Basque Crossroads
· Crossing the Line: The Early Expression of Pattern in Middle Stone Age Africa
· Late Pleistocene Techno-traditions in Southern Africa: A Review of the Still Bay and Howiesons Poort, c. 75–59 ka
· Paléolithique supérieur (II)
· Paléolithique supérieur (I)
· Les signes géométriques, une introduction 
· Origin and Diet of the Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers on the Mediterranean Island of Favignana (Ègadi Islands, Sicily)
· Arrow poisons in the Palaeolithic?
· Les premiers musiciens
· Handaxes of 1.7 Million Years Ago: 'Trust Rather Than Lust' Behind Fine Details
· Archaeologists identify spear tips used in hunting a half-million years ago
·· Goodwill hunting? Debates over the ‘meaning’ of Lower Palaeolithic handaxe form revisited
· Radiocarbon dates from the Grotte du Renne and Saint-Césaire support a Neandertal origin for the Châtelperronian
· Human Ancestors Were Grass Gourmands
· Qui a chassé le mammouth en France à Changis-sur-Marne?
· Un'innovazione tecnologica di 71.000 anni fa
· Massive Volcanic Eruption Puts Past Climate and People in Perspective
· Capo Mannu Project 2011 - Lithic industry
· Levantine Perspectives on the Middle to Upper Paleolithic “Transition”
· The Importance of Changes to Microrna in the Evolution of Homo Neanderthalensis and Homo Denisova
· Upper Paleolithic Portable Art in Light of Ethnographic Studies

3/11/2012

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· The Mousterian child from Teshik-Tash is a Neanderthal: A geometric morphometric study of the frontal bone
· Examining dietary variability of the earliest farmers of South-Eastern Italy
· "Journal of Human Evolution" Volume 63, Issue 5, Pages 637-758 (November 2012)
· The great human expansion
· Les datations radiocarbone pour rendre à Néandertal ce qui est à Néandertal
· Étude géoarchéologique du remplissage quaternaire de la grotte du Vallonnet (Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, Alpes-Maritimes, France)
· Australopithecus afarensis Scapular Ontogeny, Function, and the Role of Climbing in Human Evolution
· "Quaternary International": Mammoths and their Relatives 2: Biotopes, Evolution and Human Impact V International Conference, Le Puy-en-Velay, 2010
· Grandmas Made Humans Live Longer: Chimp Lifespan Evolves Into Human Longevity, Computer Simulation Shows
· Metabolic constraint imposes tradeoff between body size and number of brain neurons in human evolution
· MtDNA analysis of global populations support that major population expansions began before Neolithic Time
· Le Scienze per l'Archeologia Preistorica
· Neanderthal trove in Madrid
· A High-Coverage Genome Sequence from an Archaic Denisovan Individual
· Neanderthals ... They're Just Like Us?

5/10/2012

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· Spatial organization of the Gravettian mammoth hunters' site at Kraków Spadzista (southern Poland)
· Neandertals, early modern humans, and rodeo riders
· Evaluating morphological variability in lithic assemblages using 3D models of stone artifacts
· Earliest Porotic Hyperostosis on a 1.5-Million-Year-Old Hominin, Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania
· Il cannibalismo preistorico, tra utilitarismo e ritualità
· Néandertal, de la légende noire à la légende dorée
· Late Pleistocene climate change and the global expansion of anatomically modern humans
· Revisiting dental fluctuating asymmetry in neandertals and modern humans
· Correlation of the KHS Tuff of the Kibish Formation to volcanic ash layers at other sites, and the age of early Homo sapiens (Omo I and Omo II)
· Carabelli’s trait revisited: An examination of mesiolingual features at the enamel–dentine junction and enamel surface of Pan and Homo sapiens upper molars
· The enigmatic molar from Gondolin, South Africa: Implications for Paranthropus paleobiology
· New foot remains from the Gran Dolina-TD6 Early Pleistocene site (Sierra de Atapuerca, Burgos, Spain)
· Neandertal mobility and large-game hunting: The exploitation of reindeer during the Quina Mousterian at Chez-Pinaud Jonzac (Charente-Maritime, France)
· Ancient Structure in Africa Unlikely to Explain Neanderthal and Non-African Genetic Similarity
· The significance of stratigraphic discontinuities in Iberian Middle-to-Upper Palaeolithic transitional sites
· Material input rates and dietary breadth during the Upper Paleolithic through Mesolithic at Franchthi and Klissoura 1 Caves (Peloponnese, Greece)
· Understanding the ancient habitats of the last-interglacial (late MIS 5) Neanderthals of central Iberia: Paleoenvironmental and taphonomic evidence from the Cueva del Camino (Spain) site
· Taphonomical study of the anthropological remains from Cova Des Pas (Minorca)
· Evidence for dietary change but not landscape use in South African early hominins
· Generation times in wild chimpanzees and gorillas suggest earlier divergence times in great ape and human evolution
· La diversificazione dell’uomo prima dell’uscita dall’Africa
· Livre: "François Borde et la Préhistoire" - "Evolution : l'histoire de l'homme" - "La préhistoire des autres" 
· Did Neandertals Truly Bury Their Dead?
· Vestiges chalcolithiques et paléolithiques de Foissac en danger!
· Beeswax as Dental Filling on a Neolithic Human Tooth
· Adaptive Evolution of the FADS Gene Cluster within Africa
· Studies slow the human DNA clock
· Skilled Hunters 300,000 Years Ago
· Birds of a Feather: Neanderthal Exploitation of Raptors and Corvids
· Comportements de subsistance et modifications osseuses à l’aube de l’Acheuléen à Konso, Éthiopie
· Processus de formation des sites et concept du Tayacien: l’exemple de Fontéchevade (Charente, France)
· La transition entre les Modes 2 et 3 en Europe: le rapport sur les gisements du Plateau Nord (Péninsule Ibérique)
· Acquisition de supports prédéterminés destinés à la réalisation de bifaces: l’exemple de sites de surfaces du Sud-Est marocain
· La grotte Mézmaiskaya (Caucase de Nord) : exemple de l’utilisation des matières premières lithiques au Paléolithique Moyen et Supérieur
· La mise en valeur d’un ancien site éponyme : Eger-Kőporos dans le Paléolithique moyen et supérieur de la Hongrie du nord

8/9/2012

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· Radiocarbon dates for the late Middle Palaeolithic at Pech de l'Azé IV, France
· Temporal and spatial corridors of Homo sapiens sapiens population dynamics during the Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene
· A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Neanderthal?
· Middle Paleolithic human remains from the Gruta Da Oliveira (Torres Novas), Portugal
· The archaeology of Britain's first modern humans
· The oldest art of the Eurasian Arctic: personal ornaments and symbolic objects from Yana RHS, Arctic Siberia
· A 14 000-year-old amber elk and the origins of northern European art
· Modelling Temporal Uncertainty in Archaeological Analysis
· Inland human settlement in southern Arabia 55,000 years ago. New evidence from the Wadi Surdud Middle Paleolithic site complex, western Yemen
· Enamel extension rate patterns in modern human teeth: Two approaches designed to establish an integrated comparative context for fossil primates
· A complete second metatarsal (StW 89) from Sterkfontein Member 4, South Africa
· A geometric morphometric analysis of hominin upper second and third molars, with particular emphasis on European Pleistocene populations
· First hominine remains from a ~1.0 million year old bone bed at Cornelia-Uitzoek, Free State Province, South Africa
· A comparative study of the trabecular bony architecture of the talus in humans, non-human primates, and Australopithecus
· The Magdalenian Settlement of Europe
· The environment and chronology of the earliest occupation of north-west Europe: current knowledge, problems and new research direction
· Grotte du Vallonnet. Les ancêtres de l’homm, il y a 1 million d’années, dans le sud de la France 
· Livre: "Brassempouy (Landes, France) ou la matrice gravetienne de l'Europe"
· Stone tool production and utilization by bonobo-chimpanzees (Pan paniscus)
· Anatomically modern human in Southeast Asia (Laos) by 46 ka
· New DNA Analysis Shows Ancient Humans Interbred with Denisovans
· Effect of ancient population structure on the degree of polymorphism shared between modern human populations and ancient hominins
· Novità in biblioteca: "Peuplements néandertaliens dans le nord de la France"
· Five Decades after and: Landscape Paleoanthropology of Plio-Pleistocene Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania
· Hand to Mouth in a Neandertal: Right-Handedness in Regourdou 1
· Volcanic ash layers illuminate the resilience of Neanderthals and early modern humans to natural hazards
· Lao skull earliest example of modern human fossil in Southeast Asia
· Border Cave and the beginning of the Later Stone Age in South Africa
· Early evidence of San material culture represented by organic artifacts from Border Cave, South Africa
· Generation Gaps Suggest Ancient Human-Ape Split
· Research raises doubts about whether modern humans and Neanderthals interbred
· La variegata compagnia di Homo erectus
· Modern thinking gets older
· Evidence for dietary change but not landscape use in South African early hominins

6/8/2012

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· An experimental micromorphological investigation of bedding construction in the Middle Stone Age of Sibudu, South Africa
· Multi-method (TL and OSL), multi-material (quartz and flint) dating of the Mousterian site of Roc de Marsal (Dordogne, France): correlating Neanderthal occupations with the climatic variability of MIS 5–3
· Using 3D scanning in the investigation of Upper Palaeolithic engravings: first results of a pilot study
· Particle size distribution of lithic assemblages and taphonomy of Palaeolithic sites
· Molar development and crown areas in early Australopithecus
·· Partial Genetic Turnover in Neandertals: Continuity in the East and Population Replacement in the West
· Late Pleistocene life ways, an African perspective: selected presentations, PAA-Safa 2010
· The Mysterious Affair at Kents Cavern
· Social organization and the evolution of cumulative technology in apes and hominins
· Differences between Neandertal and modern human infant and child growth models
· Did a discrete event 200,000–100,000 years ago produce modern humans?
· Evolution and homologies of primate and modern human hand and forearm muscles, with notes on thumb movements and tool use
· New postcranial fossils of Australopithecus afarensis from Hadar, Ethiopia (1990–2007)
· Neanderthal Shell Tool Production: Evidence from Middle Palaeolithic Italy and Greece
· Neanderthal Survival in the North of the Iberian Peninsula? Reflections from a Catalan and Cantabrian Perspective
· Une nouvelle mandibule découverte à Tautavel
· Later Stone Age Got Earlier Start in South Africa Than Thought
· De nouveaux restes humains au Lazaret
· Grotte de Bédeilhac. L'art préhistorique sous toutes ses formes
· First Epigravettian Ceramic Figurines from Europe (Vela Spila, Croatia)
· Neandertals Didn't Bite the Volcanic Dust
· La medicina dei Neandertal
· Lucy's relatives walked upright
· Neandertal Humeri May Reflect Adaptation to Scraping Tasks, but Not Spear Thrusting
· Early humans settled in Arabia
· Early Human Ancestor, Australopithecus Sediba, Fossils Discovered in Rock
· Arcy-sur-Cure: une occupation humaine sur plus de 300 000 ans
· Le Roc-aux-sorciers. Rencontre avec le peuple magdalénien
· Regourdou, site préhistorique néandertalien
· L'homme de Néandertal et l'invention de la culture
· Marcel Otte
· The diet of Australopithecus sediba
· The status of Homo heidelbergensis (Schoetensack 1908)
· Hominoid dispersal patterns and human evolution
· The prehistory of the Arabian peninsula: Deserts, dispersals, and demography
· Paleo, Revue d'archéologie préhistorique
· Journal of Anthropological Sciences

30/6/2012

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· Calcium oxalate AMS 14C dating and chronology of post-Palaeolithic rock paintings in the Iberian Peninsula. Two dates from Abrigo de los Oculados (Henarejos, Cuenca, Spain)
· Temporal nature and recycling of Upper Paleolithic artifacts: the burned tools from the Molí del Salt site (Vimbodí i Poblet, northeastern Spain)
· The effects of Class I and II sized bovids on macrofracture formation and tool displacement: Results of a trampling experiment in a southern African Stone Age context
· Con i neandertaliani nella grotta di Shanidar
· The Exploitation of Plant Resources by Early Homo sapiens: The Phytolith Record from Pinnacle Point 13B Cave, South Africa
· Selection and heating of colouring materials in the mousterian level of Es-Skhul (c. 100 000 years bp, Mount Carmel, Israel)
· An Ancestral miR-1304 Allele Present in Neanderthals Regulates Genes Involved in Enamel Formation and Could Explain Dental Differences with Modern Humans
· Resequencing Data Provide No Evidence for a Human Bottleneck in Africa during the Penultimate Glacial Period
· The genus from Africa to Europe: evolution of terrestrial ecosystems and dispersal routes
· Ancient Hunter-Gatherers Kept in Touch
· Early Human Ate Like a Giraffe
· Ancient Human Ancestors Had Unique Diet
· Intensification of small game resources at Klissoura Cave 1 (Peloponnese, Greece) from the Middle Paleolithic to Mesolithic
· Paleolithic socionatural relationships during MIS 3 and 2 in central Portugal
· The consequences of Middle Paleolithic diets on pregnant Neanderthal women
· Intensive subsistence practices at Vale Boi, an Upper Paleolithic site in southwestern Portugal
· Human origins and the transition from promiscuity to pair-bonding
· Specific inactivation of two immunomodulatory SIGLEC genes during human evolution
· U-Series Dating of Paleolithic Art in 11 Caves in Spain
· Why humans prevailed over neanderthals
· An Asian Origin for Human Ancestors?
· Chronological and environmental context of the Middle Pleistocene human tooth from Mollet Cave (Serinyà, NE Iberian Peninsula)
· Τesting models for the beginnings of the Aurignacian and the advent of figurative art and music: The radiocarbon chronology of Geißenklösterle
· Variations and asymmetries in regional brain surface in the genus Homo
· New human fossil to the last Neanderthals in central Spain (Jarama VI, Valdesotos, Guadalajara, Spain)
· Thinking a Bow-and-arrow Set: Cognitive Implications of Middle Stone Age Bow and Stone-tipped Arrow Technology
· Small anatomical variant has profound implications for evolution of human birth and brain development
· Context and dating of Aurignacian vulvar representations from Abri Castanet, France
· Metopic suture of Taung (Australopithecus africanus) and its implications for hominin brain evolution
· Intervista alla paleontologa Silvia Bello sui crani umani scoperti in Inghilterra
· Bairaki–a lower paleolithic site on the lower dniester
· The Denticulate Mousterian as a supposedly distinct facies in Western Central Asia
· Non-utilitarian lithic objects from the European Paleolithic

24/5/2012

· Risorse WEB di Archeologia quantitativa:

· J. A Esquivel - P. Aguayo - F. J. Esquivel, The evolution of architectural features at the protohistoric settlement of Acinipo (Ronda, Andalusia). From rounded houses to rectilinear structures and rounded again, "Archeologia e Calcolatori" n. 22 - 2011 

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· New evidence of adhesive as hafting material on Middle and Upper Palaeolithic artefacts from Gura Cheii-Râşnov Cave (Romania)
· Autochthony and orientation patterns in Olduvai Bed I: a re-examination of the status of post-depositional biasing of archaeological assemblages from FLK North (FLKN)
· European Neanderthal stone hunting weapons reveal complex behaviour long before the appearance of modern humans
· The recognition of a new type of bone tools in Early Aurignacian assemblages: implications for understanding the appearance of osseous technology in Europe
· Evidence for Neandertal use of fire at Roc de Marsal (France)
· Debates over Palaeolithic chronology – the reliability of 14C is confirmed
· Identifying regional variability in Middle Stone Age bone technology: The case of Sibudu Cave
· Book Review: Michel Lorblanchet, Art pariétal: grottes ornées du Quercy
· Dental microwear and stable isotopes inform the paleoecology of extinct hominins
· Middle Stone Age pièces esquillées from Sibudu Cave, South Africa: an initial micro-residue study
· Late Pleistocene Crocuta crocuta spelaea (Goldfuss, 1823) clans as prezewalski horse hunters and woolly rhinoceros scavengers at the open air commuting den and contemporary Neanderthal camp site Westeregeln (central Germany)
· Blade production 500 thousand years ago at Kathu Pan 1, South Africa: support for a multiple origins hypothesis for early Middle Pleistocene blade technologies
· Further constraints on the Chauvet cave artwork elaboration
· Upper Palaeolithic revealed at Mas d'Azil cave
· Human Origins and the Search for “Missing Links”
· Paleolithic cave rock art, animal coloration, and specific animal habitats
· Microstratigraphic evidence of in situ fire in the Acheulean strata of Wonderwerk Cave, Northern Cape province, South Africa
· Anthropologists Discover Earliest Form of Wall Art
· Homo sapiens, à la recherche de nos origines
· Confermato il primato di antichità delle pitture della grotta di Chauvet
· Infants' Flexible Heads Stretch Back Millions of Years
· Mitochondrial DNA Signals of Late Glacial Recolonization of Europe from Near Eastern Refugia
· Scientists Show How a Gene Duplication Helped Our Brains Become 'Human'
· New Light on Revolutions That Weren't
· How the Modern Body Shaped Up
· For Early Hominins in Africa, Many Ways To Take a Walk
· New Light on Revolutions That Weren't
· Archaeology: Date with history
· Human migrations: Eastern odyssey

2/5/2012

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· The Rio Secco Cave and the North Adriatic region, a key context for investigating the Neanderthal demise
· Har-Parsa: a large-scale larnite quarry and bifacial tool production site in the Judean Desert, Israel
· A hybrid approach to create an archaeological visualization system for a palaeolithic cave
· Did neanderthals play music? X-ray computed micro-tomography of the divje babe ‘flute’
· Exploring Paleogeographic Conditions at Two Paleolithic Sites in Navarino, Southwest Greece, Dated by Optically Stimulated Luminescence
· Neanderthals in Color
· Middle to Upper Paleolithic biological and cultural shift in Eurasia
· "Journal of Human Evolution". Volume 62, Issue 5, Pages 563-654 (May 2012)
· "Quaternaire". Volume 23 - Numero 1 - 2012
· Single amino acid radiocarbon dating of Upper Paleolithic modern humans
· The Toba Volcanic Super-eruption of 74,000 Years Ago: Climate Change, Environments, and Evolving Humans
· Colonizing contrasting landscapes. The pioneer coast settlement and inland utilization in southern Norway 10,000–9500 years before present
· Placement of the diaphragmatic vertebra in catarrhines: Implications for the evolution of dorsostability in hominoids and bipedalism in hominin
· Castel Merle. Le Vallon des Roches. Sergeac
· Origins and Genetic Legacy of Neolithic Farmers and Hunter-Gatherers in Europe
· Early humans linked to large-carnivore extinctions
· La séquence mésolithique et néolithique du Trou Al’Wesse (Belgique): résultats pluridisciplinaires
· Chimpanzee Ground Nests Offer New Insight Into Our Ancestors' Descent from the Trees
· Terra Amata - Nice
· Le « mammouth de la Madeleine », pièce phare de l'histoire de la science préhistorique, vient de faire l'objet d'une étude approfondie
· Les signes des grottes ornées, une communication symbolique? Une étude sur les signes géométriques de l'art pariétal
· Reading Pliocene Bones

3/4/2012

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· Microstratigraphic evidence of in situ fire in the Acheulean strata of Wonderwerk Cave, Northern Cape province, South Africa
· Il “Lion man” aurignaziano di Hohlenstein-Stadel finalmente integro
· Groundwater spring deposits as proxy for interstadials in the Levant: The chronology and climate history of the Palaeolithic cultures from Yabroud (Syria)
· Early pleistocene human humeri from the gran dolina-TD6 site (Sierra de Atapuerca, Spain)
· From flakes to grooves: A technical shift in antlerworking during the last glacial maximum in southwest France
· Functional implications of variation in lumbar vertebral count among hominins
· Endocranial volume of Australopithecus africanus: New CT-based estimates and the effects of missing data and small sample size
· The mesosternum of the Regourdou 1 Neandertal revisited
· Hand pressure distribution during Oldowan stone tool production
· A new hominin foot from Ethiopia shows multiple Pliocene bipedal adaptations
· "Le Paléolithique moyen en Belgique"
· Lewis Roberts Binford (1931–2011)
· Neanderthals were dying out before humans arrived
· From foraging to farming: the 10,000-year revolution
· Humans Began Walking Upright to Carry Scarce Resources, Chimp Study Suggests
· Were Some Neandertals Brown-Eyed Girls?
· Réaménagements et découvertes dans la grotte du Mas d’Azil
· Critics Assail Notion That Europeans Settled Americas
· What killed the big beasts?
· Was Human Evolution Caused by Climate Change?
· Dos de la Forca (Bz). Arrivano i primi risultati del progetto di ricerca
· Hundidero: mis 4 open air neanderthal occupations in Sierra de Atapuerca

14/3/2012

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· Palynological interpretation of the Early Neolithic coastal open-air site at Sa Punta (central-western Sardinia, Italy)
· Multiple origins of Bondi Cave and Ortvale Klde (NW Georgia) obsidians and human mobility in Transcaucasia during the Middle and Upper Palaeolithic
· The Lower Palaeolithic on the northern plateau of the Iberian Peninsula (Sierra de Atapuerca, Ambrona and La Maya I): a technological analysis of the cutting edge and weight of artefacts. Developing an hypothetical model
· Magnetite grain-size analysis and sourcing of Mediterranean obsidians
· Pitted stone cobbles in the Mesolithic site of Font del Ros (Southeastern Pre-Pyrenees, Spain): some experimental remarks around a controversial tool type
· Taphonomic analysis of the early Pleistocene (2.4 Ma) faunal assemblage from A.L. 894 (Hadar, Ethiopia)
· Raw material selectivity in Late Pliocene Oldowan sites in the Makaamitalu Basin, Hadar, Ethiopia
· Tooth wear, Neanderthal facial morphology and the anterior dental loading hypothesis
· Single-grain OSL chronologies for Middle Palaeolithic deposits at El Mnasra and El Harhoura 2, Morocco: Implications for Late Pleistocene human–environment interactions along the Atlantic coast of northwest Africa
· Variation in enamel thickness within the genus Homo
· L'Anthropologie - Volume 116, Issue 1, Pages 1-98 (January–March 2012)
· Straight-tusked elephants in the Middle Pleistocene of northern Latium: Preliminary report on the Ficoncella site (Tarquinia, central Italy)
· The late Upper Palaeolithic site of Gontsy (Ukraine): A reference for the reconstruction of the hunter–gatherer system based on a mammoth economy
· The Barma Grande cave (Grimaldi, Vintimiglia, Italy): From Neandertal, hunter of “Elephas antiquus”, to Sapiens with ornaments of mammoth ivory
· Ongoing research at the late Middle Pleistocene site of La Polledrara di Cecanibbio (central Italy), with emphasis on human–elephant relationships
· Ground stone tool production and use in the Late Upper Palaeolithic: The evidence from Riparo Dalmeri (Venetian Prealps, Italy)
· Insights into hominid evolution from the gorilla genome sequence
· Comportement des néandertaliens et des Hommes modernes:similarités et adaptation
· Neanderthals were ancient mariners
· Sharing the Blame for the Mammoth's Extinction
· Presumed Symbolic Use of Diurnal Raptors by Neanderthals
· The Science and Art of Neandertal Teeth
· Paleolithic settlement discovered in Jordan
· Neanderthal: già verso l'estinzione all'arrivo dei sapiens
· Stone Age Pebble Holds Mysterious Meaning
· "Quaternary International", Volume 252, Pages 1-202 (27 February 2012) - The evolution of the hominin food resource exploitation in Pleistocene Europe: Recent Studies in Zooarchaeology
· "Quaternary International", Volume 251, Pages 1-142 (15 February 2012) - "LAC 2010: 1st international conference on Landscape Archaeology"

13/3/2012

· Sezione Monumenti di Antiquitates cingolane:

Nuove immagini di: palazzo Puccetti, palazzo Castiglioni, palazzo Simonetti, chiesa di S. Lorenzo, chiesa di S. Flaviano, chiesa di S. Esuperanzio, chiesa di S. Caterina, chiesa di S. Vitale, chiesa di S. Anastasio

· Sezione Paesaggi di Antiquitates cingolane:

Inserite le immagini della nevicata di febbraio

29/2/2012

· La bibliografia cingolana segnala il nuovo volume pubblicato da Luca Pernici (Direttore degli Istituti culturali del Comune di Cingoli): Lungo una antica via. Studio storico su un vetusto edificio sacro del Cingolano: la chiesa di San Giovanni in Villa Strada (Tipolito Ilari, Cingoli 2011)

22/2/2012

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· The Mousterian bone retouchers of Noisetier Cave: experimentation and identification of marks
· Elephants and subsistence. Evidence of the human exploitation of extremely large mammal bones from the Middle Palaeolithic site of PRERESA (Madrid, Spain)
· Technological, elemental and colorimetric analysis of an engraved ochre fragment from the Middle Stone Age levels of Klasies River Cave 1, South Africa
· Nature vs. Culture: present-day spatial distribution and preservation of open-air rock art in the Côa and Douro River Valleys (Portugal)
· New Life for the Lion Man
· Multivariate carbon and nitrogen stable isotope model for the reconstruction of prehistoric human diet
· Three-dimensional evaluation of root canal morphology in lower second premolars of early and middle pleistocene human populations from atapuerca (Burgos, Spain)
· Technical note: Interpreting stable carbon isotopes in human tooth enamel: An examination of tissue spacings from South Africa
· LB1 and LB6 Homo floresiensis are not modern human (Homo sapiens) cretins
· A comprehensive morphometric analysis of the frontal and zygomatic bone of the Zuttiyeh fossil from Israel
· Stature estimation from complete long bones in the Middle Pleistocene humans from the Sima de los Huesos, Sierra de Atapuerca (Spain)
· Iberomaurusian funerary behaviour: Evidence from Grotte des Pigeons, Taforalt, Morocco
· The Vindija Neanderthal scapular glenoid fossa: Comparative shape analysis suggests evo-devo changes among Neanderthals
· A new chronostratigraphic framework for the Upper Palaeolithic of Riparo Mochi (Italy)
· A uniquely modern human pattern of endocranial development. Insights from a new cranial reconstruction of the Neandertal newborn from Mezmaiskaya
· Global migration - who came first?
· Human evolution: Cultural roots
· Da un mignolo i segreti dell’Uomo Denisoviano
· First Neanderthal paintings on a Spanish cave? 
· Hobbit small, but not stunted
· Use of red ochre by early Neandertals
· Neanderthal mammoth hunters in Jersey?
· Dating Europe's oldest modern humans
· Neandertal social structure?
· Why Levallois? A Morphometric Comparison of Experimental ‘Preferential’ Levallois Flakes versus Debitage Flakes
· The Arabian Cradle: Mitochondrial Relicts of the First Steps along the Southern Route out of Africa

23/1/2012

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· Raw material economy in Salento (Apulia, Italy): new perspectives on Neanderthal mobility patterns
· Ciclo seminari - Prof. Dominique Grimaud-Hervé (Muséum Nationale d'Histoire Naturelle de Paris - Département de Préhistoire)
· Estimating the distribution of probable age-at-death from dental remains of immature human fossils
· A new theory on the disappearance of Neanderthals
· Palaeoenvironmental changes and human dispersals in North and East Asia during MIS3 and MIS2
· Evolution of human-driven fire regimes in Africa
· Earliest modern human
· Nella scapola i segreti dell'evoluzione umana
· Loss of air sacs improved hominin speech abilities
· Morphological description and comparison of the dental remains from Atapuerca-Sima de los Huesos site (Spain)
· Paleoclimate during Neandertal and anatomically modern human occupation at Amud and Qafzeh, Israel: the stable isotope data
· Chronology of the Middle to Upper Palaeolithic transition at Abric Romaní, Catalunya
· A chronological framework for a long and persistent archaeological record: Melka Kunture, Ethiopia
· Stratigraphic and technological evidence from the middle palaeolithic-Châtelperronian-Aurignacian record at the Bordes-Fitte rockshelter (Roches d’Abilly site, Central France)
· Microwear, mechanics and the feeding adaptations of Australopithecus africanus
· New German-Israeli center to study human evolution
· Q7. Bio-géosystèmes continentaux quaternaires variabilité climatique et anthropisation

16/1/2012

· Sezione Fonti bibliografiche di storia e archeologia marchigiana:

· Indici rivista "Picus": n. XXIX 2009, n. XXX 2010

· Indici rivista "Studia Picena": n. LXXV 2010, n. LXXVI 2011

· Indice del volume "La civiltà picena nelle Marche. Studi in onore di Giovanni Annibaldi"

· Indice del volume "Le cattedrali. Macerata Tolentino Recanati Cingoli Treia"

· Indice del volume "Antiqua Spolia. Rempieghi di epoca romana nell'architettura sacra medievale del maceratese"

30/12/2011

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· Experimental study of cut marks made with rocks unmodified by human flaking and its bearing on claims of 3.4-million-year-old butchery evidence from Dikika, Ethiopia
· Using provenance data to assess archaeological landscapes: an example from Calabria, Italy
· Red deer antler technology and early modern humans in Southeast Europe: an experimental study
· Lumbar lordosis of extinct hominins
· The Neanderthal Home: spatial and social behaviours
· Avoidance of overheating and selection for both hair loss and bipedality in hominins
· Modern humans smell good
· Autistic Spectrum Disorder in Prehistory
· Astronomy in the Upper Palaeolithic?
· La storia del fuoco e dei nostri antenati "piromani"
· Nonlinear detection of paleoclimate-variability transitions possibly related to human evolution
· Antemortem trauma and survival in the late Middle Pleistocene human cranium from Maba, South China
· Paléolithique supérieur
· A geometric morphometric analysis of hominin upper premolars. Shape variation and morphological integration
· Dental microwear texture analysis and diet in the Dmanisi hominins
· Craniofacial morphology of Homo floresiensis: Description, taxonomic affinities, and evolutionary implication
· Anche l'olfatto tra i vantaggi evolutivi per l'uomo moderno
· Avoidance of overheating and selection for both hair loss and bipedality in hominins
· Middle Stone Age Bedding Construction and Settlement Patterns at Sibudu, South Africa
· Il primo out of Africa? Oltre 100.000 anni fa, in Arabia
· Diet sculpts human jaws
· La Venere di Frasassi
· Fu il sesso con i sapiens a far estinguere i Neandertal?

 

25/11/2011

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· Mostra: "Homo sapiens. La grande storia della diversità umana"
· When Humans First Plied the Deep Blue Sea
· Online non destructive archaeology; the archaeological park of Egnazia (Southern Italy) study case
· Charcoal scarcity in Epigravettian settlements with mammoth bone dwellings: the taphonomic evidence from Mezhyrich (Ukraine)
· A radiocarbon chronology for the complete Middle to Upper Palaeolithic transitional sequence of Les Cottés (France)
· Palaeolithic dog skulls at the Gravettian Predmostí site, the Czech Republic
· Pleistocene Panthera leo spelaea (Goldfuss 1810) remains from the Balve cave (NW Germany) - a cave bear, hyena den and middle palaeolithic human cave -and review of the Sauerland Karst lion cave sites
· Contribution à la chronostratigraphie du gisement paléolithique inférieur de Menez-Dregan 1 (Plouhinec, Finistère, France)
· Trampling experiments at Cova Gran de Santa Linya, Pre-Pyrenees, Spain: their relevance for archaeological fabrics of the Upper–Middle Paleolithic assemblages
· An exclusively hyena-collected bone assemblage in the Late Pleistocene of Sicily: taphonomy and stratigraphic context of the large mammal remains from San Teodoro Cave (North-Eastern Sicily, Italy)
· The oldest handaxes in Europe: fact or artefact?
· Differentiation of archaeological ivory and bone materials by micro-PIXE/PIGE with emphasis on two Upper Palaeolithic key sites: Abri Pataud and Isturitz, France
· GIS and paleoanthropology: Incorporating new approaches from the geospatial sciences in the analysis of primate and human evolution
· Dental evidence for the diets of Plio-Pleistocene hominins
· Discovery of a horse engraving from Bruniquel, France
· Franchthi Cave revisited: the age of the Aurignacian in south-eastern Europe
· Lower Magdalenian secondary human burial in El Mirón Cave, Cantabria, Spain
· A question of style: reconsidering the stylistic approach to dating Palaeolithic parietal art in France
· Book Reviews: Becoming Neanderthals: the Earlier British Middle Palaeolithic - Artisanats et territoires des chasseurs moustériens de Champ Grand (Artisanats et Territoires 1)
· Programma del Convegno - Riassunti delle comunicazioni e dei poster: "150 anni di Preistoria e Protostoria in Italia" 
· Lithic refitting and movement connections: the NW area of level TD10-1 at the Gran Dolina site (Sierra de Atapuerca, Burgos, Spain)
· Upper Palaeolithic hunter-gatherer subsistence in Mediterranean coastal environments: an isotopic study of the diets of the earliest directly-dated humans from Sicily
· Change and variability in Plio-Pleistocene climates: modelling the hominin response
· Climate Change May Have Doomed Neanderthals
· Cave Paintings: Behind the Artists: Photos
· Genotypes of predomestic horses match phenotypes painted in Paleolithic works of cave art
· Prehistoric Men Scarred, Pierced, Tattooed Privates
· Art Hints Prehistoric Men Pierced Their Privates: Photos
· Carnivoran Remains from the Malapa Hominin Site, South Africa
· Westward Ho! The Spread of Agriculturalism from Central Europe to the AtlanticWestward Ho! The Spread of Agriculturalism from Central Europe to the Atlantic

6/11/2011

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· Neandertal, un poco di vanità
· Early dispersal of modern humans in Europe and implications for Neanderthal behaviour
· The earliest evidence for anatomically modern humans in northwestern Europe
· Asians, Too, Mated With Archaic Humans, DNA Hints
· Gastropods and humans in the Late Palaeolithic and Mesolithic of the western Mediterranean basin
· Paleolithic hunting in a southern Moravian landscape: The case of Milovice IV, Czech Republic
· Archaic human ancestry in East Asia
· The effects of distal limb segment shortening on locomotor efficiency in sloped terrain: Implications for Neandertal locomotor behavior
· Presentati i risultati delle nuove ricerche sul sito neolitico di Ripoli
· Da cacciatori-raccoglitori ad agricoltori: il passaggio fu graduale
· Cultura umana: una radice comune con quella delle grandi scimmie 
· Frutti di mare sulla tavola dei Neandertal
· Israele, Qesem. Scoperta una “officina” di lame in selce di oltre 200 mila anni fa
· Integrated Methodological Approaches to the Study of Lithic Technology
· Scoperta una 'bottega artigiana' del Paleolitico
· African Data Bolster New View of Modern Human Origins
· Prehistoric Painters Planned Ahead
· Lo spettro di Lascaux sulle grotte di Altamira
· Palaeoanthropology: Malapa and the genus Homo
· La miniera di Grotta della Monaca

1/10/2011

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· Did Neandertals and anatomically modern humans coexist in northern Italy during the late MIS 3?
· New chronological evidence for the middle to upper palaeolithic transition in the czech republic and slovakia: new optically stimulated luminescence dating results
· A spatio-temporal kernel method for mapping changes in prehistoric land-use patterns
· Mollusc shell sizes in archaeological contexts in northern Spain (13 200 to 2600 cal bc): new data from La Garma a and Los Gitanos (Cantabria)
· Artificial or natural origin of hematite-based red pigments in archaeological contexts: the case of Riparo Dalmeri (Trento, Italy)
· No brain expansion in Australopithecus boisei
· No evidence of Neandertal admixture in the mitochondrial genomes of early European modern humans and contemporary Europeans
· Southern Iberia as a refuge for the last Neanderthal populations
· CT-based study of internal structure of the anterior pillar in extinct hominins and its implications for the phylogeny of robust Australopithecus
· Il pifferaio di Neandertal
· Neanderthal-Human Sex Likely Rare
· Strong reproductive isolation between humans and Neanderthals inferred from observed patterns of introgression
· Au. sediba: un po' australopiteco, un po' uomo
· Early Tool-Maker Fossil Could Rewrite Human Ancestry
· Molto sapiens, un po' di Neanderthal e altro ancora
· Il salto tecnologico di Homo erectus
· Little Foot, Big Mystery
· Paleoanthropologist Now Rides High on a New Fossil Tide
· Skeletons Present an Exquisite Paleo-Puzzle

31/08/2011

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· Processes of change in Magdalenian societies in the Pyrenean isthmus (20–16 ky cal BP)
· On the origin and significance of microburins: an experimental approach
· Phylogenetic rate shifts in feeding time during the evolution of Homo
· A Denisovan Legacy in the Immune System?
· Who Were the Denisovans?
· Il primo cane della storia
· Neanderthal Use of Fish, Mammals, Birds, Starchy Plants and Wood 125-250,000 Years Ago
· Dalla rivista "L'Anthropologie", vol. 115, issues 3-4, pages 343-568 (June-October 2011)
· Sex with Neanderthals Made Us Stronger
· Emiliano Aguirre Enríquez. Un paso adelante en la paleoantropología española
· Hobbit: uno studio sostiene il nanismo

16/8/2011

· Sezione Monumenti di Antiquitates cingolane:

Nuove foto delle chiese di S. Maria Assunta, S. Benedetto e di Palazzo Puccetti

12/8/2011

· Sezione Paesaggi di Antiquitates cingolane:

Modifica e inserimento di nuove foto

6/8/2011

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· Woody cover and hominin environments in the past 6 million years
· The Edge: More on Fire-Making by about 1.7 Million Years Ago at Wonderwerk Cave in South AfricaThe Edge: More on      Fire-Making by about 1.7 Million Years Ago at Wonderwerk Cave in South Africa
· Where Humans Learned to Walk Analysis
· Sapiens contro Neanderthal: ha vinto la forza dei numeri
· An X-Linked Haplotype of Neandertal Origin Is Present Among All Non-African Populations
· All Non-Africans Part Neanderthal, Genetics Confirm
· Footprints Show How Our Ancestors Walked
· The Lower to Middle Palaeolithic transition in northern Iberia: new data from Arlanpe Cave
· Confermato il bipedismo perfetto di Lucy & C.
· L'ultimo antenato
· Un nuovo algoritmo chiarisce la storia dell'esodo umano dall'Africa

27/7/2011

· Sezione Fonti bibliografiche di storia e archeologia marchigiana:

· Inseriti gli indici della rivista "Atti e Memorie. Deputazione di Storia Patria per le Marche" numeri 104-106

 

· Sezione Antiquitates cingolane:

· Nuove immagini delle chiese di S. Antonio, S. Benedetto, S. Girolamo, S. Lucia, S. Paterniano, S. Spirito, Madonna del Pian de' Conti, S. Maria del Rango e dei palazzi Castiglioni, Cima, Raffaelli e del Cassero. Inserite le coordinate geografiche (uso gps) per le chiese del territorio.

 

· Sezione Piceni, nuovi riferimenti bibliografici:

· Luni M. - Sconocchia S. (a cura di), I Piceni e la loro riscoperta tra settecento e novecento, "Quaderni di Archeologia nelle, Marche" (Collana diretta da Mario Luni), ed. Quattroventi, Urbino 2008

· Pierpaolo C., L' enigma nord-piceno. Saggio sulla lingua delle stele di Novilara e sul loro contesto culturale, Unipress, Padova 2007

· Buora M., Piceni ed Europa (Ediz. italiana, inglese e tedesca), trad. Gustin M., Ettel P., Editreg, Trieste 2006

7/7/2011

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· The postcranial dimensions of the La Chapelle-aux-saints 1 Neandertal
· An X-Linked Haplotype of Neandertal Origin Is Present Among All Non-African Populations
· The Oldest Anatomically Modern Humans from Far Southeast Europe: Direct Dating, Culture and Behavior
· Quaternaire - Revue de l'Association Française pour l'Étude du Quaternaire
· Did early Homo migrate “out of” or “in to” Africa?
· Morphology, body proportions, and postcranial hypertrophy of a female Neandertal from the Sima de las Palomas, southeastern Spain
· Mating with Neanderthals Good for Human Health
· Dzudzuana: an Upper Palaeolithic cave site in the Caucasus foothills (Georgia)
· Who Was Homo habilis—And Was It Really Homo? 
· South African Cave Slowly Shares Secrets of Human Culture
· Maschi stanziali e femmine vagabonde fra i primi ominidi
· Earliest human occupations at Dmanisi (Georgian Caucasus) dated to 1.85–1.78 Ma

4/6/2011

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· Palaeoanthropology: In search of the australopithecines
· Early Human Dads Stayed at Home While Females Roamed
· On dental wear, dental work, and oral health in the type specimen (LB1) of Homo floresiensis
· Dzudzuana: an Upper Palaeolithic cave site in the Caucasus foothills (Georgia)
· Paleolithic handaxe discovered in Orkney
· Revised age of late Neanderthal occupation and the end of the Middle Paleolithic in the northern Caucasus
· Did Neandertals Linger in Russia's Far North?
· Neanderthals' Last Stand Possibly Found
· P. boisei, l'uomo "schiaccianoci", preferiva l'erba
· Heidelberg Man Links Humans, Neanderthals
· Neanderthals Were Overwhelmingly Right-Handed
· Four Individuals Caught in 'Death Trap' May Shed Light on Human Ancestors

30/4/2011

· Sezione "Archeologia quantitativa", nuove risorse WEB dalla rivista "Archeologia e Calcolatori":

· S. Siafi, "L’intervisibilité": application à la région de la Tolfa-Allumiere 
· M.J. Baxter - H.E.M. Cool - M.A. Anderson, Statistical analysis of some loomweights from Pompeii: a postscript 
· M.J. Baxter - H.E.M. Cool, Correspondence Analysis in R for archaeologists: an educational account 
· K.T. Biró, Quantitative Methods for the Challenges in 21st Century Archaeology, Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the UISPP 4th Commission (Budapest, Hungarian National Museum, 5-6 June 2009 
· F. Djindjian, Quantifier les processus archéologiques 
· G. Naumov, Symmetry analysis of Neolithic painted pottery from the Republic of Macedonia 
· A. Peto, Burial mounds: detecting ancient surfaces. The method of (semi)quantitative phytolith and biomorph analysis 
· D. Stefan - V. Sîrbu, Statistical tools in Landscape Archaeology 

 

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· Segnalazioni di articoli dalla rivista "L'Anthropologie"
· Homo sapiens Is as Homo sapiens Was
· Neanderthals Wore Feathers as Fashion Accessories
· Dalla newsletter di "Le Scienze": Da riscrivere la storia antica della nostra specie?
· Dalla newsletter di "Le Scienze": L'arco plantare di "Lucy"
· Lucy camminava come noi 
· Deep Divergences of Human Gene Trees and Models of Human Origins
· Dalla newsletter di "Le Scienze": 125.000 anni fa l'esodo dall'Africa dell'uomo moderno

· Sezione Fonti bibliografiche di storia e archeologia marchigiana: inseriti gli indici di tre volumi di "Studi Maceratesi" e del volume "La Congregazione dell'Oratorio di San Filippo Neri nelle Marche del '600"

· Sezione Antiquitates cingolane: aggiornamento bibliografia

29/1/2011

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· Dalla rivista "Archeologia Viva": Valle del Senna e Neandertaliani
· Changes in skeletal robusticity in an iron age agropastoral group: The samnites from the Alfedena necropolis (Abruzzo, Central Italy) 
· Brief communication: Subvertical grooves on interproximal wear facets from the El Sidrón (Asturias, Spain) Neandertal dental sample
·· Late Pleistocene adult mortality patterns and modern human establishment
· A shift toward birthing relatively large infants early in human evolution
·  Microfossils in calculus demonstrate consumption of plants and cooked foods in Neanderthal diets (Shanidar III, Iraq; Spy I and II, Belgium)
· Dalla newsletter di "Le Scienze": I vestiti? Furono inventati 170.000 anni fa
· Un nuovo cranio umano a Buya

22/1/2011

· Sezione Antiquitates cingolane:

· "Il Museo Archeologico Statale" 
· "La Biblioteca Comunale "Ascariana" (con un articolo del dott. Luca Pernici)

4/1/2011

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· News dalla newsletter di "Le Scienze" - In Melanesia le tracce viventi della terza specie di Homo 
· L'Uomo di Denisova, una svolta nell'evoluzione umana
· The late Middle Pleistocene hominin fossil record of eastern Asia: Synthesis and review

27/12/2010

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· Partenza anticipata per Homo sapiens? Un fossile rivoluziona la storia dell'uomo
· Chronology of the Grotte du Renne (France) and implications for the context of ornaments and human remains within the Châtelperronian
· Download gratuito dei volumi "Gli scavi nella caverna delle Arene Candide (Finale Ligure)" di Luigi Bernabò Brea
· New Light on Human Prehistory in the Arabo-Persian Gulf Oasis
· Dental evidence for ontogenetic differences between modern humans and Neanderthals
· Configurational approach to identifying the earliest hominin butchers
· Recensione: The Acheulian site of Gesher Benot Ya'aqov. Volume 2: ancient flames and controlled use of fire

15/12/2010

· Aggiornata la sezione di Archeoastronomia con tre articoli del prof. Adriano Gaspani:

· Altezza e azimut di prima visibilità delle stelle 
· Il GPS in Archeoastronomia 
· Il potere risolutivo ad occhio nudo

22/11/2010

· E' on-line, nella sezione "Personaggi" di Antiquitates cingolane, la tesi di laurea di Tamara Santamarianova: Un Pontefice cingolano: Pio VIII Francesco Saverio Castiglioni

17/11/2010

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· Insider: Ring of Hype?
· Risolto il mistero dei primi contadini europei
· News dalla newsletter di "Le Scienze":
Nel primo sviluppo del cervello le differenze tra noi e Neandertal - Da anticipare di tre milioni di anni l'inizio del cammino dell'uomo - Ominini, dita e comportamento sociale
· Early Use of Pressure Flaking on Lithic Artifacts at Blombos Cave, South Africa
· Thirty thousand-year-old evidence of plant food processing

17/10/2010

· Nuovi indici nella sezione Fonti bibliografiche di storia e archeologia marchigiana:

· Rivista "Piceno"
· Rivista "Picenum Seraphicum" 
· Rivista "Studia Picena"

7/10/2010

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· Significance of Ecological Factors in the Middle to Upper Paleolithic Transition
· Gravettian painting and associated activity at Le Moulin de Laguenay (Lissac-sur-Couze, Corrèze)
· Recensioni: Becoming Human: Innovation in Prehistoric Material and Spiritual Culture - Umani da sei milioni di anni. L'evoluzione della nostra specie
· Cultural Cannibalism as a Paleoeconomic System in the European Lower Pleistocene
· News dalla newsletter di "Le Scienze": Il primo banchetto funerario - Un'equazione per le scheggiature sui denti fossili

21/8/2010 

· Nuove risorse web della sezione "Archeologia quantitativa" - rivista Archeologia e Calcolatori:

· F. Djindjian, The golden years for mathematics and computers in archaeology (1965-1985)
· G. Azzena, Punto di non-ritorno (Cartografia numerica, Sistemi Informativi Territoriali, Analisi spaziali)
· K. A. Niknami - A. C. Amirkhiz - F. F. Jalali, Spatial pattern of archaeological site distributions on the eastern shores of Lake Urmia, northwestern Iran
· S. J. Kay - R. E. Witcher, Predictive modelling of Roman settlement in the middle Tiber valley
· A. Casarotto - A. De Guio - F. Ferrarese, ACTION GIS: un modello predittivo del movimento antropico in un paesaggio antico. Il caso di studio archeologico della Val d’Alpone (VR)
· S. Di Zio - D. Bernabei, Un modello GIS multicriterio per la costruzione di mappe di plausibilità per la localizzazione di siti archeologici: il caso della costa teramana

18/8/2010

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· Evidence for stone-tool-assisted consumption of animal tissues before 3.39 million years ago at Dikika, Ethiopia
· Neanderthal Genome Decoded
· Neanderthal's Cozy Bedroom Unearthed 
· Early Pleistocene human occupation at the edge of the boreal zone in northwest Europe 
· The fellowship of the hobbit: the fauna surrounding 
· News dalla newsletter di "Le Scienze": Ritrovato in Etiopia il "nonno" di Lucy

9/8/2010

· Aggiornata la pagina dedicata a Tito Labieno (Luogotenente di Cesare in Gallia - Comandante della cavalleria pompeiana durante la guerra civile).

 

· Sezione Antiquitates cingolane: 

Aggiornamento della bibliografia

 

· Piceni:

Aggiornamento della bibliografia:

· Landolfi M., Cypraea pantherina, Gasteropode dell'Oceano indiano e ornamento della Civiltà Picena, in "Preistoria Alpina", suppl. I, v. 40 (2004), Trento 2005, pp. 97-100

· Plouin S., Relation précoce avec le Picenum: une cyprée (Cypraea pantherina) de l'Océan indien dans une tombe aristocratique hallstattienne d'Alsace (Nordhouse, Bas-Rhin, France), in "Preistoria Alpina", suppl. I, v. 40 (2004), Trento 2005, pp. 101-106

· de Marinis G., Il cane di Matelica (Suggestioni omeriche a Matelica: il sacrificio funebre dei cani nella tomba 182 di Crocefisso), L'Erma di Bretschneider, Roma 2009

8/5/2010

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· Neanderthals, Humans Interbred - First Solid DNA Evidence 
· A Draft Sequence of the Neandertal Genome
· A Comparison of Y-Chromosome Variation in Sardinia and Anatolia is More Consistent with Cultural Rather than Demic Diffusion of Agriculture

· Sezione Antiquitates cingolane: 

Aggiornamento della bibliografia

24/4/2010

· Nuovi indici nella sezione Fonti bibliografiche di storia e archeologia marchigiana:

· I Piceni: corpus delle fonti: la documentazione letteraria
· Sentinum: ricerche in corso 
· Per la storia romana della provincia di Pesaro e Urbino
· Fonti letterarie ed epigrafiche per la storia romana della provincia di Pesaro e Urbino
· Terra di confine: archeologia e storia tra Marche, Romagna e San Marino
· Picus nn. XXVI-XXVII-XXVIII 

15/4/2010

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· Faces of our ancestors
· News dalla newsletter di "Le Scienze"
· News dalla rivista "Archeologia Viva"

27/2/2010

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· News dalla newsletter di "Le Scienze"

23/1/2010

· La bacheca di antiqui segnala:

· Mostra: "Dal 27000 a.C. Antenate di Venere" - Castello Sforzesco di Milano

· News dalla rivista "Archeologia Viva"

· News dalla newsletter di "Le Scienze"

 

Aggiornamenti 2004-2009

 


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