Sezione "Antiquitates cingolane":

· Aggiornamento delle pagine dei castelli di Colognola e Castreccioni con nuove foto

· Aggiornamento della pagina della chiesa di S. Michele con nuove foto dell'ambiente ipogeo

· Aggiornamento della pagina delle iscrizioni romane di Cingoli e San Vittore con l'inserimento del numero EDR e di nuove fonti bibliografiche

· Aggiornamento della sezione "Leggende e tradizioni popolari" con l'inserimento di nuove leggende nelle pagine: Tesori e luoghi nascosti, Acque miracolose, Riti di guarigione, I santi, Misteriose presenze


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· Intrastrata geochemical variability of a Paleolithic bone assemblage: The case of single-phase Gravettian site Jaksice II, southern Poland
· Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, Volume 11
· The skull of StW 573, a 3.67 Ma Australopithecus prometheus skeleton from Sterkfontein Caves, South Africa
· Morphology of the Homo naledi femora from Lesedi
· Reevaluation of the body mass estimate for the KNM-ER 5428 Homo erectus talus
· Chronologic constraints on hominin dispersal outside Africa since 2.48 Ma from the Zarqa Valley, Jordan
· New clues about the late Early Pleistocene peopling of western Europe: Small vertebrates from The Bois-de-Riquet archeo-paleontological site (Lézignan-La-Cèbe, southern France)
· A 3.8-million-year-old hominin cranium from Woranso-Mille, Ethiopia
· Evidence of violence behind human skull remains from the Palaeolithic
· External auditory exostoses among western Eurasian late Middle and Late Pleistocene humans
· Middle Stone Age foragers resided in high elevations of the glaciated Bale Mountains, Ethiopia
· Elemental signatures of Australopithecus africanus teeth reveal seasonal dietary stress
· The older, the better? On the radiocarbon dating of Upper Palaeolithic burials in Northern Eurasia and beyond
· Exploring karst landscapes: new prehistoric sites in south-central Ethiopia
· Lost in transition: the dietary shifts from Late Antiquity to the Early Middle Ages in the North Eastern Iberian Peninsula
· Neanderthal plant use and pyrotechnology: phytolith analysis from Roc de Marsal, France
· Calcium isotopic patterns in enamel reflect different nursing behaviors among South African early hominins
· Poggetti Vecchi (Tuscany, Italy): A late Middle Pleistocene case of human–elephant interaction
· Femoral neck and shaft structure in Homo naledi from the Dinaledi Chamber (Rising Star System, South Africa)
· A multiscale stratigraphic investigation of the context of StW 573 ‘Little Foot’ and Member 2, Sterkfontein Caves, South Africa
· Seasonal and habitat effects on the nutritional properties of savanna vegetation: Potential implications for early hominin dietary ecology
· New electron spin resonance (ESR) ages from Geißenklösterle Cave: A chronological study of the Middle and early Upper Paleolithic layers
· Understanding stone tool-making skill acquisition: Experimental methods and evolutionary implications
· The long limb bones of the StW 573 Australopithecus skeleton from Sterkfontein Member 2: Descriptions and proportions
· Hominin fire use in the Okote member at Koobi Fora, Kenya: New evidence for the old debate
· Gombore II (Melka Kunture, Ethiopia): A new approach to formation processes and spatial patterns of an Early Pleistocene Acheulean site
· Neanderthals: Ecology and Evolution, "Quaternary Science Reviews"
· Population structure and the evolution of Homo sapiens in Africa
· Hybridization in human evolution: Insights from other organisms
· Apidima Cave fossils provide earliest evidence of Homo sapiens in Eurasia
· Rare dental trait provides morphological evidence of archaic introgression in Asian fossil record
· Provenance, modification and use of manganese-rich rocks at Le Moustier (Dordogne, France)
· Environmental and climatic context of the hominin occurrence in northeastern Italy from the late Middle to Late Pleistocene inferred from small-mammal assemblages
· The bulb retouchers in the Levant: New insights into Middle Palaeolithic retouching techniques and mobile tool-kit composition
· Persistent Neanderthal occupation of the open-air site of ‘Ein Qashish, Israel
· Hafting of Middle Paleolithic tools in Latium (central Italy): New data from Fossellone and Sant’Agostino caves
· Mosaic evolution in hominin phylogeny: meanings, implications, and explanations
· Lithics of the North African Middle Stone Age: assumptions, evidence and future directions
· Approaching raw material functionality in the Upper Magdalenian of Coímbre cave (Asturias, Spain) through geometric morphometrics
· Who ate OH80 (Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania)? A geometric-morphometric analysis of surface bone modifications of a Paranthropus boisei skeleton


· Aggiornamento della bibliografia dei Piceni

· Aggiornamento della bibliografia cingolana della sezione "Antiquitates cingolane"

· Aggiornamento della sezione "Fonti bibliografiche di storia e archeologia marchigiana": inseriti gli indici della riviste:

- "Marca/Marche" n. 11/2018

- "Picus" XXXVII-2017, XXXVIII-2018


e del volume:

- "Riscoperte. Un anno di archeologia nelle Marche", C. Birrozzi (a cura di). Atti della Giornata di studi, Ancona, 6 giugno 2017, Andrea Livi editore, Fermo 2018


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· Preliminary characterization of flint raw material used on prehistoric sites in NW Belgium
· New insights on the Monte Fenera Palaeolithic, Italy: Geoarchaeology of the Ciota Ciara cave
· Blind test evaluation of consistency in macroscopic lithic raw material sorting
· Isotopic equifinality and rethinking the diet of Australopithecus anamensis
· Middle Palaeolithic occupations in central Saudi Arabia during MIS 5 and MIS 7: new insights on the origins of the peopling of Arabia
· Evaluating prepared core assemblages with three-dimensional methods: a case study from the Middle Paleolithic at Skhūl (Israel)
· Revisiting Mwulu’s Cave: new insights into the Middle Stone Age in the southern African savanna biome
· An ABC Method for Whole-Genome Sequence Data: Inferring Paleolithic and Neolithic Human Expansions
· Environmental and climatic context of the hominin occurrence in northeastern Italy from the late Middle to Late Pleistocene inferred from small-mammal assemblages
· Are there marrow cavities in Pleistocene elephant limb bones, and was marrow available to early humans? New CT scan results from the site of Castel di Guido (Italy)
· Large ungulate mortality profiles and ambush hunting by Acheulean-age hominins at Elandsfontein, Western Cape Province, South Africa
· Archaeomagnetism of burnt cherts and hearths from Middle Palaeolithic Amud Cave, Israel: Tools for reconstructing site formation processes and occupation history
· Earliest known Oldowan artifacts at >2.58 Ma from Ledi-Geraru, Ethiopia, highlight early technological diversity
· The lineages of the first humans to reach northeastern Siberia and the Americas
· The population history of northeastern Siberia since the Pleistocene
· Dental microwear texture analysis of Homo sapiens sapiens: Foragers, farmers, and pastoralists
· Analyses of Neanderthal introgression suggest that Levantine and southern Arabian populations have a shared population history
· Discoveries of quartzite artefacts on the highest terrace: Early or Middle Pleistocene occupation of the Rhône Valley?
· Micro-PIXE studies on prehistoric chert tools: elemental mapping to determine Palaeolithic lithic procurement
· The Middle Pleistocene site of Torralba (Soria, Spain): a taphonomic view of the Marquis of Cerralbo and Howell faunal collections
· First Geochemical ‘Fingerprinting’ of Balkan and Prut Flint from Palaeolithic Romania: Potentials, Limitations and Future Directions
· Archaeology and the Origins of Human Cumulative Culture: A Case Study from the Earliest Oldowan at Gona, Ethiopia
· Teilhard de Chardin, human evolution and “Piltdown Man”
· Living on the edge: Was demographic weakness the cause of Neanderthal demise?
· The Middle-to-Upper Paleolithic transition occupations from Cova Foradada (Calafell, NE Iberia)
· Chimpanzee extractive foraging with excavating tools: Experimental modeling of the origins of human technology
· Archaic human remains from Hualongdong, China, and Middle Pleistocene human continuity and variation
· A multidisciplinary approach to a unique palaeolithic human ichnological record from Italy (Bàsura Cave)
· Assessment of complex projectiles in the early Late Pleistocene at Aduma, Ethiopia
· Similarities and differences in the lifestyles of populations using mode 3 technology in North Africa and the south of the Iberian Peninsula
· The early Upper Palaeolithic of Cova de les Cendres (Alicante, Spain)
· Hypercementosis of the Magdalenian human mandibular teeth from El Mirón cave, Cantabria (Spain)
· Landscapes, climate change & forager mobility in the Upper Paleolithic of northern Spain
· Time and space in the Western Paleolithic age
· Ancient jaw gives elusive Denisovans a face
· Neanderthal communities in the heart of the Iberian Peninsula: taphonomic and zooarchaeological study of the Mousterian site of Jarama VI (Guadalajara, Spain)
· Archeological bone injuries by lithic backed projectiles: new evidence on bear hunting from the Late Epigravettian site of Cornafessa rock shelter (Italy)
· Temporal evidence shows Australopithecus sediba is unlikely to be the ancestor of Homo
· Dental evolutionary rates and its implications for the Neanderthal–modern human divergence
· Introduction of Late Pleistocene cultural material of an intermediate region: Paleolithic sites of Pion and Izeh plain between Central and Southern Zagros, Southwest Iran
· The oldest osseous mining tools in Europe? New discoveries from the chocolate flint mine in Orońsko, site 2 (southern Poland)
· Late Glacial environment and human settlement of the Central Western Carpathians: A case study of the Nowa Biała 1 open-air site (Podhale Region, southern Poland)
· Humanizing European Paleolithic art: A new visual evidence of human/bird interactions at L’Hort de la Boquera site (Margalef de Montsant, Tarragona, Spain)
· Coliboaia is not Chauvet
· L'attribution culturelle des sculptures du Jura souabe selon les documents des découvreurs


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· Human behavior and Homo-mammal interactions at the first European peopling: new evidence from the Pirro Nord site (Apricena, Southern Italy)
· The Late Pleistocene European badger Meles meles from Grotta Laceduzza (Brindisi, Apulia, Southern Italy): the analysis of the morphological and biometric variability
· "PaleoAnthropology" Journal 2019
· Paleolithic artifact deposits at Wadi Dabsa, Saudi Arabia: A multiscalar geoarchaeological approach to building an interpretative framework
· Isolated teeth from La Ferrassie: Reassessment of the old collections, new remains, and their implications
· Efficacy of diffeomorphic surface matching and 3D geometric morphometrics for taxonomic discrimination of Early Pleistocene hominin mandibular molars
· Temporal shifts in the distribution of murine rodent body size classes at Liang Bua (Flores, Indonesia) reveal new insights into the paleoecology of Homo floresiensis and associated fauna
· Brain size growth in Australopithecus
· Mandibular molar root and pulp cavity morphology in Homo naledi and other Plio-Pleistocene hominins
· Saharan green corridors and Middle Pleistocene hominin dispersals across the Eastern Desert, Sudan
· The costal skeleton of the Regourdou 1 Neandertal
· Human occupation of northern Europe in MIS 13: Happisburgh Site 1 (Norfolk, UK) and its European context
· Biggest Denisovan fossil yet is the first found outside Siberian cave
· The African ape-like foot of Ardipithecus ramidus and its implications for the origin of bipedalism
· Archaic human remains from Hualongdong, China, and Middle Pleistocene human continuity and variation
· Insights into the timing, intensity and natural setting of Neanderthal occupation from the geoarchaeological study of combustion structures: A micromorphological and biomarker investigation of El Salt, unit Xb, Alcoy, Spain
· Mobility and social identity in the Mid Upper Paleolithic: New personal ornaments from Poiana Cireșului (Piatra Neamț, Romania)
· Le tante famiglie dei Denisova
· Need for social skills helped shape modern human face
· Multiple Denisovan-related ancestries in Papuans
· A new species of Homo from the Late Pleistocene of the Philippines
· Woolly mammoths and Neanderthals may have shared genetic traits
· Rocks, teeth, and tools: New insights into early Neanderthal mobility strategies in South-Eastern France from lithic reconstructions and strontium isotope analysis
· Expanding the horizons of Palaeolithic rock art: the site of Romualdova Pećina
· The shining piece of the puzzle: evidence of plant use in the Late Palaeolithic
· A probable genetic origin for pitting enamel hypoplasia on the molars of Paranthropus robustus
· Brain size and organization in the Middle Pleistocene hominins from Sima de los Huesos. Inferences from endocranial variation
· Ardipithecus ramidus postcrania from the Gona Project area, Afar Regional State, Ethiopia
· Quantifying lithic surface alterations using confocal microscopy and its relevance for exploring the Châtelperronian at La Roche-à-Pierrot (Saint-Césaire, France)
· Impact of the last interglacial climate change on ecosystems and Neanderthals behavior at Baume Moula-Guercy, Ardèche, France
· Comparative analysis of Middle Stone Age artifacts in Africa (CoMSAfrica)
· Paleomedicine and the use of plant secondary compounds in the Paleolithic and Early Neolithic
· Going big versus going small: Lithic miniaturization in hominin lithic technology
· Color Me Heated? A Comparison of Potential Methods to Quantify Color Change in Thermally-Altered Rocks
· Radiocarbon dating and isotope analysis on the purported Aurignacian skeletal remains from Fontana Nuova (Ragusa, Italy)
· The mammoth cycle. Hunting with ivory spear-points in the Gravettian site of Pavlov I (Czech Republic)
· Provenance study on prehistoric obsidian objects found in Romania (Eastern Carpathian Basin and its neighbouring regions) using Prompt Gamma Activation Analysis
· New chronological framework (MIS 13–9) and depositional context for the lower Palaeolithic sites north-west of Rome: Revisiting the early hominin in central Italy
· A dispersal of Homo sapiens from southern to eastern Africa immediately preceded the out-of-Africa migration
· Reconnaissance of Prehistoric Sites in the Red Sea Coastal Region of the Sudan, NE Africa
· Neandertal-like traits visible in the internal structure of non-supranuchal fossae of some recent Homo sapiens: The problem of their identification in hominins and phylogenetic implications
· Morphology, pathology, and the vertebral posture of the La Chapelle-aux-Saints Neandertal
· Exceptionally high δ15N values in collagen single amino acids confirm Neandertals as high-trophic level carnivores
· The area surrounding the world-famous geoarchaeological site Mal'ta (Baikal Siberia): New data on the chronology, archaeology, and fauna
· Early Palaeolithic evidence from the Euphrates River basin, Eastern Turkey
· Genomic evidence for shared common ancestry of East African hunting-gathering populations and insights into local adaptation
· Arrillor cave (Basque Country, northern Iberian Penisula). Chronological, palaeo-environmental and cultural notes on a long Mousterian sequence
· The Middle-Upper Paleolithic transition in Northwest Italy: new evidence from Riparo Bombrini (Balzi Rossi, Liguria, Italy)
· Mousterian inside the upper Paleolithic? The last interval of El Esquilleu (Cantabria, Spain) sequence
· Reconsidering prehistoric chert catchment sources: new data from the Central Pyrenees (Western Europe)
· Neanderthal selective hunting of reindeer? The case study of Abri du Maras (south-eastern France)
· A Critical Reassessment of Cultural Taxonomies in the Central European Late Palaeolithic
· Tracing Fire in Early European Prehistory: Microcharcoal Quantification in Geological and Archaeological Records from Molise (Southern Italy)
· The Mental Template in Handaxe Manufacture: New Insights into Acheulean Lithic Technological Behavior at Boxgrove, Sussex, UK
· Midden or Molehill: The Role of Coastal Adaptations in Human Evolution and Dispersal
· New evidence of broader diets for archaic Homo populations in the northwestern Mediterranean
· Seasonal scheduling of shellfish collection in the Middle and Later Stone Ages of southern Africa
· Neandertal foot remains from Regourdou 1 (Montignac-sur-Vézère, Dordogne, France)
· Do a few tools necessarily mean a few people? A techno-morphological approach to the question of group size at Gesher Benot Ya'aqov, Israel
· Radiocarbon dates and Bayesian modeling support maritime diffusion model for megaliths in Europe
· The ecomorphology of southern African rodent incisors: Potential applications to the hominin fossil record
· Specialized rainforest hunting by Homo sapiens ~45,000 years ago
· Archaeobiology during Greenland Stadial 2 in northern Spain, ca. 22,000-15,000 cal BP
· Symbolic Territories Prehistory
· Homes for Hunters? Exploring the Concept of Home at Hunter-Gatherer Sites in Upper Paleolithic Europe and Epipaleolithic Southwest Asia
· Lashed by the wind: short-term Middle Palaeolithic occupations within the loess-palaeosoil sequence at Monte Netto (Northern Italy)
· Chronology of the Late Pleistocene archaeological sequence at Vanguard Cave, Gibraltar: Insights from quartz single and multiple grain luminescence dating
· Lo sviluppo infantile delle forme arcaiche di Homo


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· Corema album archaeobotanical remains in western Mediterranean basin. Assessing fruit consumption during Upper Palaeolithic in Cova de les Cendres (Alicante, Spain)
· Hominin vertebrae and upper limb bone fossils from Sterkfontein Caves, South Africa (1998–2003 excavations)
· Variation among the Dmanisi hominins: Multiple taxa or one species?
· Ages-at-death distribution of the early Pleistocene hominin fossil assemblage from Drimolen (South Africa)
· Close companions: Early evidence for dogs in northeast Jordan and the potential impact of new hunting methods
· Population dynamics and socio-spatial organization of the Aurignacian: Scalable quantitative demographic data for western and central Europe
· Defining and Characterizing Archaeological Quartzite: Sedimentary and Metamorphic Processes in the Lithic Assemblages of El Habario and El Arteu (Cantabrian Mountains, Northern Spain)
· Were Acheulean Bifaces Deliberately Made Symmetrical? Archaeological and Experimental Evidence
· Subsistence strategies throughout the African Middle Pleistocene: Faunal evidence for behavioral change and continuity across the Earlier to Middle Stone Age transition
· New data for the Early Upper Paleolithic of Kostenki (Russia)
· Excavation, reconstruction and taphonomy of the StW 573 Australopithecus prometheus skeleton from Sterkfontein Caves, South Africa
· The meta-group social network of early humans: A temporal–spatial assessment of group size at FLK Zinj (Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania)
· The bony labyrinth of StW 573 (“Little Foot”): Implications for early hominin evolution and paleobiology
· New permanent teeth from Gran Dolina-TD6 (Sierra de Atapuerca). The bearing of Homo antecessor on the evolutionary scenario of Early and Middle Pleistocene Europe
· One size does not fit all: Group size and the late middle Pleistocene prehistoric archive
· Lithic raw material acquisition and use by early Homo sapiens at Skhul, Israel
· On the shape of things: A geometric morphometrics approach to investigate Aurignacian group membership
· Geometric morphometrics and finite elements analysis: Assessing the functional implications of differences in craniofacial form in the hominin fossil record
· Humeral anatomy of the KNM-ER 47000 upper limb skeleton from Ileret, Kenya: Implications for taxonomic identification
· Cross-sectional properties of the humeral diaphysis of Paranthropus boisei: Implications for upper limb function
· Hominin diversity and high environmental variability in the Okote Member, Koobi Fora Formation, Kenya
· The endocast of StW 573 (“Little Foot”) and hominin brain evolution
· Interbreeding between Neanderthals and modern humans: Remarks and methodological dangers of a dental calculus microbiome analysis
· Timing of archaic hominin occupation of Denisova Cave in southern Siberia
· Age estimates for hominin fossils and the onset of the Upper Palaeolithic at Denisova Cave
· Modern humans replaced Neanderthals in southern Spain 44,000 years ago
· Archaic humans moved into Siberian cave 100,000 years earlier than thought
· Nessun ultimo rifugio per i Neanderthal in Europa
· External ballistics of Pleistocene hand-thrown spears: experimental performance data and implications for human evolution
· New remains discovered at site of famous Neanderthal ‘flower burial’
· Livre: Sur les pas Lucy. Expéditions en Ethiopie, di Raymonde Bonnefille-Editions Odile Jacob
· A surprisingly early replacement of Neanderthals by modern humans in southern Spain
· First evidence that ancient Europeans were hunting mammoths
· Approximate Bayesian computation with deep learning supports a third archaic introgression in Asia and Oceania
· Neandertal features of the deciduous and permanent teeth from Portel-Ouest Cave (Ariège, France)
· Morphological trends in arcade shape and size in Middle Pleistocene Homo
· Morphometric analysis of shape differences in Windover and Point Hope archaic human mandibles
· A Neandertal foot phalanx from the Galería de las Estatuas site (Sierra de Atapuerca, Spain)
· One small step: A review of Plio-Pleistocene hominin foot evolution


Aggiornamento della sezione "Fonti bibliografiche di storia e archeologia marchigiana": inseriti gli indici della riviste:

- "Marca/Marche" n. 10/2018

- "Picenum Seraphicum" vol. 31, 2017

- "Studi Maceratesi" nn. 50, 51, 52

- "Atti e Memorie" n. 112, 2014-2015

- "Quaderni Storici Esini" n. IX, 2018

e dei volumi:

- "Atti del XI Congresso di Storia dell'Architettura, Marche", 6-13 Settembre 1959, Centro di Studi per la Storia dell' Architettura, Roma 1965

- "Federico Barbarossa, Ancona e le Marche", Convegno di studi storici, Ancona, 19-20 aprile 1969, Atti e testi, Deputazione di storia patria per le Marche, Arti grafiche, Città di Castello 1972

- "Per una ricostruzione degli insediamenti medievali nell'entroterra della Marchia", E. Saracco Previdi (a cura di), Macerata 1985

- "Croci dipinte nelle Marche. Capolavori di arte e di spiritualità dal XIII al XVII secolo", M. Giannatiempo López-G. Venturi (a cura di), Il lavoro editoriale, Ancona 2014

- "L'architettura del Rinascimento delle Marche", M. L. Polichetti (a cura di), Il lavoro editoriale, Ancona 2015

- "Bernardo di Quintavalle e la tradizione dei compagni di Francesco d'Assisi nelle Marche", Atti dell'incontro di studio, Sefro 11 luglio 2015, Figure e temi francescani 4, Centro italiano di studi sull'alto Medioevo, Spoleto 2016


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· Les néandertaliens de Payre (Ardèche, France) ont-ils chassé le rhinocéros?

· Vergisson II (Saône-et-Loire, France) : microfaune et environnement de l’Homme de Néandertal

· "Quaternary International", Volume 498, Pages 1-126 (30 December 2018)
· Oldest human remains in Poland
· "JASs - Journal of Anthropological Sciences", volume 96 (2018)
· Ochre and pigment use at Hohle Fels cave: Results of the first systematic review of ochre and ochre-related artefacts from the Upper Palaeolithic in Germany
· "Quaternary International", 'The Gates of Europe', edited by Katerina Harvati, George Konidaris, Vangelis Tourloukis, Volume 497, Pages 1-240 (20 December 2018)
· Environmental change during MIS4 and MIS 3 opened corridors in the Horn of Africa for Homo sapiens expansion
· Le differenze genetiche e cerebrali tra noi e i Neanderthal
· 1.9-million- and 2.4-million-year-old artifacts and stone tool–cutmarked bones from Ain Boucherit, Algeria
· An integrated method for understanding the function of macro-lithic tools. Use wear, 3D and spatial analyses of an Early Upper Palaeolithic assemblage from North Eastern Italy,
· ‘Little Foot’ hominin emerges from stone after millions of years
· The torso integration hypothesis revisited in Homo sapiens: Contributions to the understanding of hominin body shape evolution
· The effects of heavy-duty machinery on the formation of pseudo-knapping debitage in Stone Age cultural landscapes
· Prehistory at high altitude: new surveys in the central-southern Apennines
· Taxonomic reassignment of the Paleolithic human navicular from Cueva de los Torrejones (Guadalajara, Spain)
· The chert abundance ratio (CAR): a new parameter for interpreting Palaeolithic raw material procurement
· Isotopic evidence for the reconstruction of diet and mobility during village formation in the Early Middle Ages: Las Gobas (Burgos, northern Spain)
· Homo naledi pelvic remains from the Dinaledi Chamber, South Africa
· Hand grip diversity and frequency during the use of Lower Palaeolithic stone cutting-tools
· Site fragmentation, hominin mobility and LCT variability reflected in the early Acheulean record of the Okote Member, at Koobi Fora, Kenya
· Scapular anatomy of Paranthropus boisei from Ileret, Kenya
· Early dates for ‘Neanderthal cave art’ may be wrong
· Modeling the disappearance of the Neanderthals using principles of population dynamics and ecology
· Stable isotope evidence for (mostly) stable local environments during the South African Middle Stone Age from Sibudu, KwaZulu-Natal
· Gravettian weaponry: 23,500-year-old evidence of a composite barbed point from Les Prés de Laure (France)
· "L'Anthropologie", Volume 122, Issue 5, Pages 709-764 (November–December 2018)
· The first bone tools from Kromdraai and stone tools from Drimolen, and the place of bone tools in the South African Earlier Stone Age
· Connections, culture and environments around 100 000 years ago at Klasies River main site
· The emergence, spread, and termination of the Early Later Stone Age event in South Africa and southern Namibia
· Identifying animal taxa used to manufacture bone tools during the Middle Stone Age at Sibudu, South Africa: Results of a CT-rendered histological analysis
· Stone tools linked to ancient human ancestors in Arabia have surprisingly recent date
· I tanti incroci di Neanderthal e Homo sapiens
· Prehistoric cave art reveals ancient use of complex astronomy
· Plio-Pleistocene decline of African megaherbivores: No evidence for ancient hominin impacts
· AGMT3-D: A software for 3-D landmarks-based geometric morphometric shape analysis of archaeological artifacts
· Paleolithic hominins and settlement in Croatia from MIS 6 to MIS 3: Research history and current interpretations
· Changes in ornamental traditions and subsistence strategies during the Palaeolithic-Mesolithic transition in Vlakno cave
· The evidence from Vindija Cave (Croatia) reveals diversity of Neandertal behaviour in Europe
· Refining the environmental and climatic background of the Middle Pleistocene human cranium from Gruta da Aroeira (Torres Novas, Portugal)
· Similar cranial trauma prevalence among Neanderthals and Upper Palaeolithic modern humans
· Cut marks made with quartz tools: An experimental framework for understanding cut mark morphology, and its use at the Middle Palaeolithic site of the Navalmaíllo Rock Shelter (Pinilla del Valle, Madrid, Spain)
· Geomorphological and paleoenvironmental evolution in the prehistoric framework of the coastland of Mondragone, southern Italy
· Late Pleistocene-Holocene coastal adaptation in central Mediterranean: Snapshots from Grotta d’Oriente (NW Sicily)
· The Howiesons Poort lithic sequence of Klipdrift Shelter, southern Cape, South Africa
· I genomi che raccontano i primordi della storia umana in Africa
· Middle Pleistocene hominin behavior at the 700ka Acheulean site of la Noira (France)
· The MIS 13 interglacial at Ceprano, Italy, in the context of Middle Pleistocene vegetation changes in southern Europe
· Taphonomic inferences about Middle Pleistocene hominins: The human cranium of Gruta da Aroeira (Portugal)
· Agent-based least-cost path analysis and the diffusion of Cantabrian Lower Magdalenian engraved scapulae
· 3D virtual reconstruction of the Kebara 2 Neandertal thorax
· Earliest hominin migrations into the Arabian Peninsula required no novel adaptations
· Trampling vs. Retouch in a Lithic Assemblage: A Case Study from a Middle Stone Age Site, Steenbokfontein 9KR (Limpopo, South Africa)
· Pre-Solutrean rock art in southernmost Europe: Evidence from Las Ventanas Cave (Andalusia, Spain)
· The evolution of the human foot
· "L'Anthropologie", Volume 122, Issue 4, Pages 589-708 (September–October 2018):


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· The spatio-temporal distribution of archaeological and faunal finds at Liang Bua (Flores, Indonesia) in light of the revised chronology for Homo floresiensis
· Evidence for a humid interval at ~56–44 ka in the Levant and its potential link to modern humans dispersal out of Africa
· Modeling the role of fire and cooking in the competitive exclusion of Neanderthals
· The bony labyrinth in the Aroeira 3 Middle Pleistocene cranium
· The Origins of Iconic Depictions: A Falsifiable Model Derived from the Visual Science of Palaeolithic Cave Art and World Rock Art
· The hunting of horse and the problem of the Aurignacian on the central plain of Eastern Europe
· SI: Role of art in prehistory-UISPP2014
· Early and Middle Pleistocene climate-environment conditions in Central Europe and the hominin settlement record
· Progressive aridification in East Africa over the last half million years and implications for human evolution
· Modern humans inherited viral defenses from Neanderthals
· Tooth crown tissue proportions and enamel thickness in Early Pleistocene Homo antecessor molars (Atapuerca, Spain)
· 90,000 year-old specialised bone technology in the Aterian Middle Stone Age of North Africa
· The Middle Pleistocene (MIS 12) human dental remains from Fontana Ranuccio (Latium) and Visogliano (Friuli-Venezia Giulia), Italy. A comparative high resolution endostructural assessment
· Intragenus (Homo) variation in a chemokine receptor gene (CCR5)
· Is early silcrete heat treatment a new behavioural proxy in the Middle Stone Age?
· Trabecular architecture and joint loading of the proximal humerus in extant hominoids, Ateles, and Australopithecus africanus
· Success of a flexible behavior. Considerations on the manufacture of Late Epigravettian lithic projectile implements according to experimental tests
· Flake selection and scraper retouch probability: an alternative model for explaining Middle Paleolithic assemblage retouch variability
· First Insights into the Technique Used for Heat Treatment of Chert at the Solutrean Site of Laugerie-Haute, France
· Heat Treatment of Mineral Pigment During the Upper Palaeolithic in North-East Italy
· Raman spectroscopy and scanning electron microscopy confirm ochre residues on 71 000-year-old bifacial tools from Sibudu, South Africa
· New Excavations at Border Cave, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
· Technological Change and Economy in the Epipalaeolithic: Assessing the Shift from Early to Middle Epipalaeolithic at Kharaneh IV
· A quantification of calcaneal lateral plantar process position with implications for bipedal locomotion in Australopithecus
· The Oldowan industry from Swartkrans cave, South Africa, and its relevance for the African Oldowan
· Tooth fractures in the Krapina Neandertals
· A partial Homo pelvis from the Early Pleistocene of Eritrea
· ZooMS identification of bone tools from the North African Later Stone Age
· A Social History of the Irish and British Mesolithic
· Palaeolithic occupation of the Anatolian High Plateau during a cold period: An MIS 6 aged artifact from the Avlamış Valley, Eskişehir, NW Turkey
· Social Structure Facilitated the Evolution of Care-giving as a Strategy for Disease Control in the Human Lineage
· Evidence for precision grasping in Neandertal daily activities
· Impact of climate change on the transition of Neanderthals to modern humans in Europe
· An abstract drawing from the 73,000-year-old levels at Blombos Cave, South Africa
· The genome of the offspring of a Neanderthal mother and a Denisovan father


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· The structure of the Middle Stone Age of eastern Africa
· The top of the Gran Dolina (Atapuerca, Spain) sequence: A zooarchaeological and occupational perspective
· Virtual reconstruction of the Upper Palaeolithic skull from Zlatý Kůň, Czech Republic: Sex assessment and morphological affinity
· Impact of climate change on the transition of Neanderthals to modern humans in Europe
· X-ray and neutron-based non-invasive analysis of prehistoric stone artefacts: a contribution to understand mobility and interaction networks
· Pleistocene animal communities of a 1.5 million-year-old lake margin grassland and their relationship to Homo erectus paleoecology
· Body mass estimates of the earliest possible hominins and implications for the last common ancestor
· Ancient teeth, phenetic affinities, and African hominins: Another look at where Homo naledi fits in
· Over 100 years of Krapina: New insights into the Neanderthal thorax from the study of rib cross-sectional morphology
· Description and analysis of three Homo naledi incudes from the Dinaledi Chamber, Rising Star cave (South Africa)
· Biomechanical implications of the onset of walking
· Mum’s a Neanderthal, Dad’s a Denisovan: First discovery of an ancient-human hybrid
· Stone tools reveal modern human-like gripping capabilities 500,000 years ago
· When did Homo sapiens first reach Southeast Asia and Sahul?
· Evolutionary history and adaptation of a human pygmy population of Flores Island, Indonesia
· Compatible ecological niche signals between biological and archaeological datasets for late-surviving Neandertals
· Investigating interrelationships between Lower Palaeolithic stone tool effectiveness and tool user biometric variation: implications for technological and evolutionary changes
· The 1-million year old quartz assemblage from Pont-de-Lavaud (Centre, France) in the European context
· Active percussion tools from the Oldowan site of Barranco León (Orce, Andalusia, Spain): The fundamental role of pounding activities in hominin lifeways
· Human-like hip joint loading in Australopithecus africanus and Paranthropus robustus
· Reconstruction, endocranial form and taxonomic affinity of the early Homo calvaria KNM-ER 42700
· Patterns of lateral enamel growth in Homo naledi as assessed through perikymata distribution and number
· Mandibular ramus shape variation and ontogeny in Homo sapiens and Homo neanderthalensis
· A new tephrochronology for early diverse stone tool technologies and long-distance raw material transport in the Middle to Late Pleistocene Kapthurin Formation, East Africa
· The effect of ontogeny on estimates of KNM-WT 15000's adult body size
· Inter-ray variation in metatarsal strength properties in humans and African apes: Implications for inferring bipedal biomechanics in the Olduvai Hominid 8 foot
· Cranial vault thickness variation and inner structural organization in the StW 578 hominin cranium from Jacovec Cavern, South Africa
· On the relationship between maxillary molar root shape and jaw kinematics in Australopithecus africanus and Paranthropus robustus
· Objets d'ivoire - Archives de vie
· Middle Stone Age human teeth from Magubike rockshelter, Iringa Region, Tanzania
· Montane pine forests reached the northeastern coast of the Iberian Peninsula 50,000 years ago
· Homo sapiens developed a new ecological niche that separated it from other hominins
· Acheulean technology and landscape use at Dawadmi, central Arabia
· Neandertal fire-making technology inferred from microwear analysis
· Tools from China are oldest hint of human lineage outside Africa
· Tante culle africane per l'umanità
· Humans evolved in partially isolated populations scattered across Africa
· Our fractured African roots
· From the Oldowan to the Acheulean at Olduvai Gorge (Tanzania)


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· Bridging prehistoric caves with buried landscapes in the Swabian Jura (southwestern Germany)
· Formation processes at sites with high-resolution sequences in the Crimean Middle Paleolithic: The Kabazi V rock shelter and the open-air site of Kabazi II compared
· Chronology and formation processes of the Middle to Upper Palaeolithic deposits of Ifri n'Ammar using multi-method luminescence dating and micromorphology
· New chronological constraints for Middle Palaeolithic (MIS 6/5-3) cave sequences in Eastern Transylvania, Romania
· Multi-proxy archaeological investigations of a Middle Palaeolithic occupation context in Eastern Transylvania, Romania
· Reconstructing prehistoric settlement models and land use patterns on Mt. Damota/SW Ethiopia
· The Aurignacian way of life: Contextualizing early modern human adaptation in the Carpathian Basin
· Early Upper Paleolithic surface collections from loess-like sediments in the northern Carpathian Basin
· Reconstruction of LGM faunal patterns using Species Distribution Modelling. The archaeological record of the Solutrean in Iberia
· A 3D form comparative analysis of the Neandertal glenoid fossa in the context of the genus Homo
· Palaeoecological implications of Neanderthal occupation at Unit Xb of El Salt (Alcoi, eastern Spain) during MIS 3 using small mammals proxy
· Neandertals practiced close-range hunting 120,000 years ago
· Pleistocene paleosol development and paleoenvironmental dynamics in East Africa: A multiproxy record from the Homo-bearing Aalat pedostratigraphic succession, Dandiero basin (Eritrea)
· Plant use in the Lower and Middle Palaeolithic: Food, medicine and raw materials
· Cave clastic sediments as a tool for refining the study of human occupation of prehistoric sites: insights from the cave site of La Cala (Cilento, southern Italy)
· A nearly complete foot from Dikika, Ethiopia and its implications for the ontogeny and function of Australopithecus afarensis
· Raman spectroscopy of lipid micro-residues on Middle Palaeolithic stone tools from Denisova Cave, Siberia
· New perspectives on Acheulean and Acheulean-like adaptations
· Neanderthal brain organoids come to life
· How did Homo sapiens evolve?
· Early hominins in north-west Europe: A punctuated long chronology?
· Phytoliths as an indicator of early modern humans plant gathering strategies, fire fuel and site occupation intensity during the Middle Stone Age at Pinnacle Point 5-6 (south coast, South Africa)
· Dentine morphology of Atapuerca-Sima de los Huesos lower molars: Evolutionary implications through three-dimensional geometric morphometric analysis
· Mechanical implications of the mandibular coronoid process morphology in Neandertals
· The unique Solutrean laurel-leaf points of Volgu: heat-treated or not?
· Portable art and personal ornaments from Txina-Txina: a new Later Stone Age site in the Limpopo River Valley, southern Mozambique
· Searching for Lazy People: the Significance of Expedient Behavior in the Interpretation of Paleolithic Assemblages
· The Danube Corridor Hypothesis and the Carpathian Basin: Geological, Environmental and Archaeological Approaches to Characterizing Aurignacian Dynamics
· Seeking black. Geochemical characterization by PIXE of Palaeolithic manganese-rich lumps and their potential sources
· Endocast morphology of Homo naledi from the Dinaledi Chamber, South Africa
· Symbolic emblems of the Levantine Aurignacians as a regional entity identifier (Hayonim Cave, Lower Galilee, Israel)
· Great ape walking kinematics: Implications for hominoid evolution
· Cranial measures and ancient DNA both show greater similarity of Neandertals to recent modern Eurasians than to recent modern sub-Saharan Africans
· New archaeozoological and taphonomic analysis on macro-and megafauna remains from the lower palaeolithic site of Ficoncella (Tarquinia, central Italy)
· Paléolithiques moyen et supérieur à Buraca Escura (Redinha, Pombal, Portugal): comparaisons taphonomique et archéozoologique
· Late neandertals and the exploitation of small mammals in northern Italy: fortuity, necessity or hunting variability?
· The magdalenian fauna from Roc-aux-Sorciers, a sculpted rock shelter (Vienne, France). Main archaeozoological results
· Paleobiology as a clue to paleolithic taphonomy: the case of reindeer hunting in Moldova
· Preliminary results from application of GIS to study the distribution of select taphonomic agents and their effects on the faunal remains from 3 colluvium level of Isernia La Pineta


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· The manual pressures of stone tool behaviors and their implications for the evolution of the human hand
· Dental calculus indicates widespread plant use within the stable Neanderthal dietary niche
· Microwear textures of Australopithecus africanus and Paranthropus robustus molars in relation to paleoenvironment and diet
· Reconstruction of the burial position of two hominin skeletons (Australopithecus sediba) from the early Pleistocene Malapa cave site, South Africa
· Sediment micromorphology and site formation processes during the Middle to Later Stone Ages at the Haua Fteah Cave, Cyrenaica, Libya
· Middle Palaeolithic stone-tool technology from the Central Balkans: The site of Uzun Mera (eastern Republic of Macedonia)
· Speleothem evidence for the greening of the Sahara and its implications for the early human dispersal out of sub-Saharan Africa
· The oldest Stone Age occupation of coastal West Africa and its implications for modern human dispersals: New insight from Tiémassas
· From Neandertals to modern humans: New data on the Uluzzian
· 78,000-year-old record of Middle and Later stone age innovation in an East African tropical forest
· Can chimpanzee vocalizations reveal the origins of human language?
· Pleistocene North African genomes link Near Eastern and sub-Saharan African human populations
· Assessing the significance of Palaeolithic engraved cortexes. A case study from the Mousterian site of Kiik-Koba, Crimea
· Hominin skeletal part abundances and claims of deliberate disposal of corpses in the Middle Pleistocene
· Integrated geochronology of Acheulian sites from the southern Latium (central Italy): Insights on human-environment interaction and the technological innovations during the MIS 11-MIS 10 period
· Cranial measures and ancient DNA both show greater similarity of Neandertals to recent modern Eurasians than to recent modern sub-Saharan Africans
· Brief communication: Dental microwear and diet of Homo naledi
· Mammoth resources for hominins: from omega-3 fatty acids to cultural objects
· Préhistoire de la Roumanie
· Here and now or a previously planned strategy? Rethinking the concept of ramification for micro-production in expedient contexts: Implications for Neanderthal socio-economic behaviour
· Searching for a Stone Age Odysseus
· Reconstructing the Neanderthal brain using computational anatomy
· Neandertals, Stone Age people may have voyaged the Mediterranean
· Human-like walking mechanics evolved before the genus Homo
· Is this 100,000-year-old hashtag the first humanmade symbol—or just a pretty decoration?
· Body size downgrading of mammals over the late Quaternary
· Chronological reassessment of the Middle to Upper Paleolithic transition and Early Upper Paleolithic cultures in Cantabrian Spain
· L'evoluzione del volto dagli ominidi all'uomo moderno
· Human finger bone points to an early exodus out of Africa
· Il primo Homo sapiens d'Arabia
· Blade and bladelet production at Hohle Fels Cave, AH IV in the Swabian Jura and its importance for characterizing the technological variability of the Aurignacian in Central Europe
· Environmental dynamics during the onset of the Middle Stone Age in eastern Africa
· Long-distance stone transport and pigment use in the earliest Middle Stone Age
· Chronology of the Acheulean to Middle Stone Age transition in eastern Africa
· Bone industry of the Lower Magdalenian in Cantabrian Spain: The square-section antler points of El Cierro Cave
· Our tree-climbing human ancestors could walk upright like us, study of chimps and other primates shows
· The antiquity of bow-and-arrow technology: evidence from Middle Stone Age layers at Sibudu Cave
· Symmetry is its own reward: on the character and significance of Acheulean handaxe symmetry in the Middle Pleistocene
· Illuminating the cave, drawing in black: wood charcoal analysis at Chauvet-Pont d'Arc
· The Palaeolithic of Seimarreh Valley in the Central Zagros, Iran
· A possible Late Pleistocene forager site from the Karaburun Peninsula, western Turkey
· The impact of drastic environmental changes in prehistoric hunter-gatherer adaptations


· Aggiornamento della sezione "Fonti bibliografiche di storia e archeologia marchigiana": inseriti gli indici del bollettino "Rimarcando" (Bollettino della Direzione Regionale per i Beni Culturali e Paesaggistici delle Marche)

· Aggiornamento della bibliografia dei Piceni

· Aggiornamento della bibliografia cingolana della sezione "Antiquitates cingolane"


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· What’s the point? Retouched bladelet variability in the Protoaurignacian. Results from Fumane, Isturitz, and Les Cottés
· Identifying handedness at knapping; an analysis of the scatter pattern of lithic remains
· Reassessment of the Lower Paleolithic (Acheulean) presence in the western Tien Shan
· Lithic use-wear analysis of the Early Gravettian of Vale Boi (Cape St. Vicente, southern Portugal): insights into human technology and settlement in southwestern Iberia
· Cross-sectional properties of the lower limb long bones in the Middle Pleistocene Sima de los Huesos sample (Sierra de Atapuerca, Spain)
· La Ferrassie 1: New perspectives on a “classic” Neandertal
· Small mammal taxonomy, taphonomy, and the paleoenvironmental record during the Middle and Upper Paleolithic at Geißenklösterle Cave (Ach Valley, southwestern Germany)
· The impact of hydraulic processes in Olduvai Beds I and II, Tanzania, through a particle dimension analysis of stone tool assemblages
· Reconstructing the genetic history of late Neanderthals
· A Middle Palaeolithic wooden digging stick from Aranbaltza III, Spain
· Germany was covered by glaciers 450,000 years ago
· L'antico incrocio fra umani moderni e di Denisova
· New understanding of Kenyan paleoenvironments opens window on human evolution in the area
· Advances in human behaviour came surprisingly early in Stone Age
· Environmental dynamics during the onset of the Middle Stone Age in eastern Africa
· Dating human occupation and adaptation in the southern European last glacial refuge: The chronostratigraphy of Grotta del Romito (Italy)
· The silence of the layers: Archaeological site visibility in the Pleistocene-Holocene transition at the Ebro Basin
· Chemical weathering of palaeosols from the Lower Palaeolithic site of Valle Giumentina, central Italy
· The Sterkfontein Caves after Eighty Years of Paleoanthropological Research: The Journey Continues
· Microwear study of quartzite artefacts: preliminary results from the Middle Pleistocene site of Payre (South-eastern France)
· Assemblage variability and bifacial points in the lowermost Sibudan layers at Sibudu, South Africa
· Beyond art: The internal archaeological context in Paleolithic decorated caves
· Inner tooth morphology of Homo erectus from Zhoukoudian. New evidence from an old collection housed at Uppsala University, Sweden
· Lahar inundated, modified, and preserved 1.88 Ma early hominin (OH24 and OH56) Olduvai DK site
· Craniomandibular form and body size variation of first generation mouse hybrids: A model for hominin hybridization
· Early stage blunting causes rapid reductions in stone tool performance
· Middle and Later Stone Age chronology of Kisese II rockshelter (UNESCO World Heritage Kondoa Rock-Art Sites), Tanzania
· The complexity of Neanderthal technology
· Wooden tools and fire technology in the early Neanderthal site of Poggetti Vecchi (Italy)
· La Ferrassie 1, le néandertalien parle encore…
· On the sources and uses of obsidian during the Paleolithic and Mesolithic in Poland
· Europe's first artists were Neandertals
· U-Th dating of carbonate crusts reveals Neandertal origin of Iberian cave art
· Il primo pensiero simbolico è dei Neanderthal
· Wooden tools hint at Neanderthal fire use
· Did humans speak through cave art? Ancient drawings and language's origins
· Ancient society buried disabled children like kings
· Giant handaxes and prehistoric Europeans
· Brain size of human ancestors evolved gradually over 3 million years
· The faunal remains from Bundu Farm and Pniel 6: Examining the problematic Middle Stone Age archaeological record within the southern African interior
· The scene of a spectacular feast (part II): Animal remains from Dolní Věstonice II, the Czech Republic
· Lessons from Ginsberg: An analysis of elephant butchery tools
· Sapienza Università di Roma - Scoperte orme di bambino risalenti a 700 mila anni fa in un sito archeologico in Etiopia
· Assessing site formation and assemblage integrity through stone tool refitting at Gruta da Oliveira (Almonda karst system, Torres Novas, Portugal): A Middle Paleolithic case study
· Palaeolithic art at Grotta di Cala dei Genovesi, Sicily: a new chronology for mobiliary and parietal depictions
· What lies beneath . . . Late Glacial human occupation of the submerged North Sea landscape
· Kara-Bom: new investigations of a Palaeolithic site in the Gorny Altai, Russia
· Frontiers and route-ways from Europe: the Early Middle Palaeolithic of Britain
· A volumetric technique for fossil body mass estimation applied to Australopithecus afarensis
· Evaluating morphometric body mass prediction equations with a juvenile human test sample: accuracy and applicability to small-bodied hominins
· Lower limb articular scaling and body mass estimation in Pliocene and Pleistocene hominins
· Less of a bird's song than a hard rock ensemble


· Aggiornamento della sezione "Fonti bibliografiche di storia e archeologia marchigiana".

Inseriti gli indici delle riviste:

· "Marca/Marche" 9/2017
· "Picenum Seraphicum", vol. 30 - 2015/2016
· "Studia Picena", vol. LXXXI - 2016, vol. LXXXII - 2017

e dei volumi:

· Federico II e le Marche
. Scultura e arredo in legno fra Marche e Umbria
. Il Maestro di Campodonico: rapporti artistici fra Umbria e Marche nel Trecento
. Agiografia e culto dei santi nel Piceno
. Il beato Pietro da Mogliano (1435-1490) e l'osservanza francescana
. Il monachesimo silvestrino nell'ambiente marchigiano del Duecento
. Le Abbazie delle Marche. Storia e arte


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· Developing FTIR Microspectroscopy for the Analysis of Animal-Tissue Residues on Stone Tools
· Sequential Incisions on a Cave Bear Bone from the Middle Paleolithic of Pešturina Cave, Serbia
· Building an Experimental Comparative Reference Collection for Lithic Micro-Residue Analysis Based on a Multi-Analytical Approach
· Core Use-Life Distributions in Lithic Assemblages as a Means for Reconstructing Behavioral Patterns
· Tephrostratigraphy of Grotta del Cavallo, Southern Italy: Insights on the chronology of Middle to Upper Palaeolithic transition in the Mediterranean
· Neanderthals' lack of drawing ability may relate to hunting techniques
· A neurochemical hypothesis for the origin of hominids
· Early hominids may have been weed species
· Could these be the oldest Neandertal tools made with fire?
· Early Middle Palaeolithic culture in India around 385–172 ka reframes Out of Africa models
· Between continuity and discontinuity: An overview of the West African Paleolithic over the last 200,000 years
· Filling in the gap – The Acheulean site Suhailah 1 from the central region of the Emirate of Sharjah, UAE
· The central Levantine corridor: The Paleolithic of Lebanon
· The Palaeolithic record of Greece: A synthesis of the evidence and a research agenda for the future
· Revising the hypodigm of Homo heidelbergensis: A view from the Eastern Mediterranean
· How to survive the glacial apocalypse: Hominin mobility strategies in late Pleistocene Central Asia
· Siberia and neighboring regions in the Last Glacial Maximum: did people occupy northern Eurasia at that time?
· Unraveling a Neanderthal palimpsest from a zooarcheological and taphonomic perspective
· Magdalenian Children: Projectile Points, Portable Art and Playthings
· Bears and humans, a Neanderthal tale. Reconstructing uncommon behaviors from zooarchaeological evidence in southern Europe
· The earliest modern humans outside Africa
· Terminal Pleistocene subsistence strategies and aquatic resource use in southern Greece
· Winter is coming: What happened in western European mountains between 12.9 and 12.6 ka cal. BP (beginning of the GS1)
· Glacial and post-glacial adaptations of hunter-gatherers: Investigating the late Upper Paleolithic and Mesolithic subsistence strategies in the southern steppe of Eastern Europe
· Environmental and cultural changes across the Pleistocene-Holocene transition in Cantabrian Spain
· Israeli fossils are the oldest modern humans ever found outside of Africa
· Shedding light on the Early Pleistocene of TD6 (Gran Dolina, Atapuerca, Spain): The technological sequence and occupational inferences
· Palaeolithic Caucasus: Paleoanthropological Panorama
· Speech, stone tool-making and the evolution of language
· Putting the Palaeolithic into Worcestershire's HER: An evidence base for development management
· A reassessment of the Montmaurin-La Niche mandible (Haute Garonne, France) in the context of European Pleistocene human evolution
· Early hominins in Europe: The Galerian migration hypothesis
· 'Humans and Quaternary Environments in the Levant' in Honour of Professor Mina Weinstein-Evron
· Further consideration of the curvature of the Neandertal Femur
· The evolution of modern human brain shape
· Bio-cultural interactions and demography during the Middle to Upper Palaeolithic transition in Iberia: An agent-based modelling approach
· Arte prehistórico y ciencia ficción: los retos de la divulgación académica
· New Neandertal wrist bones from El Sidrón, Spain (1994–2009)
· The easternmost Middle Paleolithic (Mousterian) from Jinsitai Cave, North China
· The biomechanical significance of the frontal sinus in Kabwe 1 (Homo heidelbergensis)
· Using the covariation of extant hominoid upper and lower jaws to predict dental arcades of extinct hominins


· Aggiornamento della sezione "Fonti bibliografiche di storia e archeologia marchigiana". Inseriti gli indici dei seguenti volumi:

· Ebrei nelle Marche: fonti e ricerche, secoli XV-XIX
· Lorenzo Lotto nelle Marche: un maestro del Rinascimento
· Le Marche e l'oltre Marche tra l'evo antico e il moderno: rapporti di varia natura alla luce della documentazione numismatica
· Umbria e Marche in età romanica: arti e tecniche a confronto tra XI e XIII secolo
· Le origini e la loro immagine: momenti di storia del Francescanesimo nelle Marche
· Marche e Toscana: terre di grandi maestri tra Quattro e Seicento
· Le fondazioni benedettine nelle Marche. Materiali per un atlante storico geografico dei sistemi insediativi territoriali
· La quercia dai frutti d'oro. Giovanni della Rovere (1457-1501) e le origini del potere roveresco
· Tardogotico e Rinascimento a Pergola. Testimonianze artistiche dai Malatesta ai Montefeltro
· L'Appennino in età romana e nel primo Medioevo: viabilità e popolamento nelle Marche e nell'Italia centro-settentrionale
· Ascoli e le Marche tra tardoantico e altomedioevo
· Pellegrini verso Loreto
· Guardate con i vostri occhi: saggi di storia dell'arte nelle Marche
· Monetazione e circolazione monetale nelle Marche: aspetti, confronti con l'esterno, proposte

· Aggiornamento della sezione "Archeologia quantitativa". Inserite nuove risorse web:

· S. A. Collins-Elliott, Agglomerative clustering using cosine and Jaccard distances: a computational approach to Roman vessel taxonomy, "Archeologia e Calcolatori" n. 27 - 2016
· M. V. Peinado Espinosa - J. A. Esquivel - P. Ruíz Montes - B. Mustafa - M. I. Fernández García, A statistical approximation of common Roman ceramics from the Isturgi deposits (Andújar, Andalusia), "Archeologia e Calcolatori" n. 28.1 - 2017
· S. Hermon - F. Niccolucci, Formally defining the time-space-archaeological culture relation: problems and prospects, "Archeologia e Calcolatori" n. 28.1 - 2017
· J. Livni, Testing competing archaeological theories of Israel’s origins using computation techniques, "Archeologia e Calcolatori" n. 28.1 - 2017
· A. A. Rucco - M. Vianello - D. Vitelli, Geostatistical and deterministic predictive methods for a 3D reconstruction of the ancient morphology and the anthropic remains of the early medieval port of Comacchio (Ferrara – Italy), "Archeologia e Calcolatori" n. 28.1 - 2017



· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· Technological variability in the Late Palaeolithic lithic industries of the Egyptian Nile Valley: The case of the Silsilian and Afian industries
· An early Brunhes (<0.78 Ma) age for the Lower Paleolithic tool-bearing Kozarnika cave sediments, Bulgaria
· Le migrazioni multiple di Homo sapiens dall'Africa
· Hominid butchers and biting crocodiles in the African Plio–Pleistocene
· A critical assessment of the Protoaurignacian lithic technology at Fumane Cave and its implications for the definition of the earliest Aurignacian
· Litte Foot takes a bow
· Forearm pronation efficiency in A.L. 288-1 (Australopithecus afarensis) and MH2 (Australopithecus sediba): Insights into their locomotor and manipulative habits
· The Kostënki 18 child burial and the cultural and funerary landscape of Mid Upper Palaeolithic European Russia
· Using lithic assemblage formation to approach Middle Palaeolithic settlement dynamics: El Salt Stratigraphic Unit X (Alicante, Spain)
· Human Colonization of Asia in the Late Pleistocene
· Milky Quartz Bipolar Reduction and Lithic Miniaturization: Experimental Results and Archaeological Implications
· Is Palaeolithic cave art consistent with costly signalling theory? Lascaux as a test case
· Measuring behavioural and cognitive complexity in lithic technology throughout human evolution
· Moving things: Comparing lithic and bone refits from a Middle Paleolithic site
· Technological complexity and the global dispersal of modern humans
· Right-handed fossil humans
· Stratégies adaptatives des hominidés et des carnivores en Europe occidentale dans le Pléistocène inférieur
· Les petits ongulés de la grotte acheuléano-moustérienne du Lazaret (Nice, France) – Origine anthropique ou carnivore?
· Gentelles-Le Mont de l’Evangile (département de la Somme, France): un site de plateau occupé de l’Acheuléen au Micoquien
· Prospections systématiques d’une vallée entre Rhône et Loire (France). Une cartographie de l’occupation à la fin de l’Acheuléen?
· Industries acheuléennes du Pléistocène inférieur et moyen, Middle Awash, Éthiopie
· Using multivariate techniques to assess the effects of raw material, flaking behavior and tool manufacture on assemblage variability: An example from the late Middle Paleolithic of the European Plain
· Adornments told about the culture of prehistoric people
· The performance of tranchet blows at the Late Middle Paleolithic site of Grotte de la Verpillière I (Saône-et-Loire, France)
· Better support for a small effective population size of Neandertals and a long shared history of Neandertals and Denisovans
· Scientists have discovered an Upper Paleolithic cave painting of a camel in the Ural Mountains
· Nasal airflow simulations suggest convergent adaptation in Neanderthals and modern humans
· Neanderthal hunting strategies inferred from mortality profiles within the Abric Romaní sequence
· Expert cognition in the production sequence of Acheulian cleavers at Gesher Benot Ya'aqov, Israel: A lithic and cognitive analysis
· Evaluating the intensity of fire at the Acheulian site of Gesher Benot Ya'aqov—Spatial and thermoluminescence analyses
· Human evolution was uneven and punctuated


· Aggiornamento della sezione "Fonti bibliografiche di storia e archeologia marchigiana". Inseriti gli indici delle riviste e del volume:

· "Quaderni Storici Esini" n. VIII - 2017
· "Studi Maceratesi" n. 49
· Amore per l'Antico dal Tirreno all'Adriatico, dalla Preistoria al Medioevo e altro. Studi di antichità in ricordo di Giuliano de Marinis

· Aggiornamento della bibliografia cingolana della sezione "Antiquitates cingolane"



· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· Experimental Heating of Moravian Cherts and its Implication for Palaeolithic Chipped Stone Assemblages
· Archaeological Evidence for Cannibalism in Prehistoric Western Europe: from Homo antecessor to the Bronze Age
· Relationship between foramen magnum position and locomotion in extant and extinct hominoids
· 3D enamel thickness in Neandertal and modern human permanent canines
· Morphological description and morphometric analyses of the Upper Palaeolithic human remains from Dzudzuana and Satsurblia caves, western Georgia
· Palaeoenvironments of the last Neanderthals in SW Europe (MIS 3): Cova del Coll Verdaguer (Barcelona, NE of Iberian Peninsula)
· Hominid butchers and biting crocodiles in the African Plio–Pleistocene
· Ancient genomes show social and reproductive behavior of early Upper Paleolithic foragers
· Southern African ancient genomes estimate modern human divergence to 350,000 to 260,000 years ago
· A high-coverage Neandertal genome from Vindija Cave in Croatia
· Firewood and hearths: Middle Palaeolithic woody taxa distribution from El Salt, stratigraphic unit Xb (Eastern Iberia)
· OH 83: A new early modern human fossil cranium from the Ndutu beds of Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania
· Energetic cost of walking in fossil hominins
· Visual Cultures in the Upper Palaeolithic
· Establishment of occupation chronicles in Grotte Mandrin using sooted concretions: Rethinking the Middle to Upper Paleolithic transition
· Hominin track assemblages from Okote Member deposits near Ileret, Kenya, and their implications for understanding fossil hominin paleobiology at 1.5 Ma
· Investigating hominin carnivory in the Okote Member of Koobi Fora, Kenya with an actualistic model of carcass consumption and traces of butchery on the elbow
· Wood selection for firesetting: First data from the Neolithic cinnabar mine of Spaccasasso (South Tuscany, Italy)
· A parsimonious neutral model suggests Neanderthal replacement was determined by migration and random species drift
· Nasal airflow simulations suggest convergent adaptation in Neanderthals and modern humans
· Neandertals gave ‘lost’ African DNA back to moderns
· How Neanderthals influenced human genetics at the crossroads of Asia and Europe
· I denti fossili che dividono i paleontologi
· Early Levallois and the beginning of the Middle Paleolithic in central Italy
· External auditory exostoses and hearing loss in the Shanidar 1 Neandertal
· L'art de la préhistoire
· Self-domestication in Homo sapiens: Insights from comparative genomics
· Long-term patterns of body mass and stature evolution within the hominin lineage
· Un po' più di Neanderthal nel nostro genoma
· Is your Neandertal DNA making your belly fat? Ancient genome offers clues
· Technological variability at Sibudu Cave: The end of Howiesons Poort and reduced mobility strategies after 62,000 years ago
· The Contribution of Neanderthals to Phenotypic Variation in Modern Humans
· Ancient humans left Africa to escape drying climate
· Direct dating of Neanderthal remains from the site of Vindija Cave and implications for the Middle to Upper Paleolithic transition
· The last Neanderthal
· Meet the hominin species that gave us genital herpes
· Neandertal talus bones from El Sidrón site (Asturias, Spain): A 3D geometric morphometrics analysis
· New research on the Late Pleistocene in the Lim Channel, Istria
· 'Forest Moss': no part of the European Neanderthal diet
· The first Middle Palaeolithic site exhibiting obsidian industry on the northern slopes of the Central Caucasus
· Hafting with beeswax in the Final Palaeolithic: a barbed point from Bergkamen
· Early Stone Tools and Cultural Transmission: Resetting the Null Hypothesis
· Archaic Hominin Introgression in Africa Contributes to Functional Salivary MUC7 Genetic Variation
· Heat-induced alteration of glauconitic minerals in the Middle Stone Age levels of Blombos Cave, South Africa: Implications for evaluating site structure and burning events
· Occasional, obligatory, and habitual stone tool use in hominin evolution
· The growth pattern of Neandertals, reconstructed from a juvenile skeleton from El Sidrón (Spain)


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· New palaeoenvironmental and palaeoclimatic reconstructions for the Middle Palaeolithic site of Cuesta de la Bajada (Teruel, eastern Spain) inferred from the amphibian and squamate reptile assemblages
· Evolutionary processes shaping diversity across the Homo lineage
· In pursuit of our ancestors' hand laterality
· Early hominin landscape use in the Lower Omo Valley, Ethiopia: Insights from the taphonomical analysis of Oldowan occurrences in the Shungura Formation (Member F)
· Evidence of Neanderthals in the Balkans: The infant radius from Kozarnika Cave (Bulgaria)
· Paleolithic subsistence strategies and changes in site use at Klissoura Cave 1 (Peloponnese, Greece)
· The costal remains of the El Sidrón Neanderthal site (Asturias, northern Spain) and their importance for understanding Neanderthal thorax morphology
· Newly discovered Neanderthal remains from Shanidar Cave, Iraqi Kurdistan, and their attribution to Shanidar 5
· Body size, brain size, and sexual dimorphism in Homo naledi from the Dinaledi Chamber
· Neanderthal and Denisova tooth protein variants in present-day humans
· Direct dating of Neanderthal remains from the site of Vindija Cave and implications for the Middle to Upper Paleolithic transition
· Prehistoric hunter-gatherers and farmers in the Adriatic and neighboring regions
· Experimental methods for the Palaeolithic dry distillation of birch bark: implications for the origin and development of Neandertal adhesive technology
· Evolution des hominidés
· The Late Neandertal permanent lower left third premolar from Walou Cave (Trooz, Belgium) and its context
· Behavioral inferences from the high levels of dental chipping in Homo naledi
· Testing the Roc de Marsal Neandertal “Burial” with Geoarchaeology
· New evidence of bones used as fuel in the Gravettian level at Coímbre cave, northern Iberian Peninsula
· Multi-purpose fossils? The reappraisal of an Elephas antiquus molar from El Pirulejo (Magdalenian; Córdoba, Spain)
· When and where do dogs improve hunting productivity? The empirical record and some implications for early Upper Paleolithic prey acquisition
· Rabbits in the grave! Consequences of bioturbation on the Neandertal “burial” at Regourdou (Montignac-sur-Vézère, Dordogne)
· The evolution of vertebral formulae in Hominoidea
· The earliest evidence for Upper Paleolithic occupation in the Armenian Highlands at Aghitu-3 Cave
· New infant cranium from the African Miocene sheds light on ape evolution
· An Upper Palaeolithic engraved human bone associated with ritualistic cannibalism
· Early history of Neanderthals and Denisovans
· Origin of human genus may have occurred by chance
· On the early human's menu: Mammoth and plenty of raw vegetables
· The origin of the Acheulean. Techno-functional study of the FLK W lithic record (Olduvai, Tanzania)
· Cross-scale adaptive behaviors during the Upper Paleolithic in Iberia: The example of Vale Boi (Southwestern Portugal)
· Altamira 1937: Grotta Aperta—Conflict Archaeology of a World Heritage Cave
· Fire and the Genus Homo
· Twentieth anniversary of Homo antecessor (1997-2017): a review


· Aggiornamento della sezione "Fonti bibliografiche di storia e archeologia marchigiana": indici della rivista "Picus": nn. XXXV-2015, XXXVI-2016

· Aggiornamento della bibliografia cingolana della sezione "Antiquitates cingolane"


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· Cognitive Fluidity and Acheulean Over-imitation
· Reviewing the upper Pleistocene human footprints from the ‘Sala dei Misteri’ in the Grotta della Bàsura (Toirano, northern Italy) cave: An integrated morphometric and morpho-classificatory approach
· Sourcing and processing of ochre during the late upper Palaeolithic at Tagliente rock-shelter (NE Italy) based on conventional X-ray powder diffraction analysis
· The social organization of Homo ergaster: Inferences from anti-predator responses in extant primates
· U-series dating and classification of the Apidima 2 hominin from Mani Peninsula, Southern Greece
· Dating the Middle Paleolithic deposits of La Quina Amont (Charente, France) using luminescence methods
· Chronometric investigations of the Middle to Upper Paleolithic transition in the Zagros Mountains using AMS radiocarbon dating and Bayesian age modelling
· Late Paleolithic Masterpieces
· Textural, microstructural, and compositional characteristics of Fe-based geomaterials and Upper Paleolithic ocher in the Lessini Mountains, Northeast Italy: Implications for provenance studies
· Identifying early modern human ecological niche expansions and associated cultural dynamics in the South African Middle Stone Age
· A context for the last Neandertals of interior Iberia: Los Casares cave revisited
· Paleoenvironmental and paleoclimatic context during the Upper Palaeolithic (late Upper Pleistocene) in the Italian Peninsula. The small mammal record from Grotta Paglicci (Rignano Garganico, Foggia, Southern Italy)
· Middle to Late Pleistocene environmental and climatic reconstruction of the human occurrence at Grotta Maggiore di San Bernardino (Vicenza, Italy) through the small-mammal assemblage
· Aridity and hominin environments
· First big efforts to sequence ancient African DNA reveal how early humans swept across the continent
· A fourth Denisovan individual
· Neandertals and modern humans started mating early
· Deeply divergent archaic mitochondrial genome provides lower time boundary for African gene flow into Neanderthals
· Denisoviens...Un groupe humain fantôme ou une réalité biologique?
· The dawn of dentistry in the late upper Paleolithic: An early case of pathological intervention at Riparo Fredian
· An analysis of dental development in Pleistocene Homo using skeletal growth and chronological age
· Early Pleistocene hominin deciduous teeth from the Homo antecessor Gran Dolina-TD6 bearing level (Sierra de Atapuerca, Spain)
· The postcranial skeletal maturation of Australopithecus sediba
· Three-dimensional morphometrics of thoracic vertebrae in Neandertals and the fossil evidence from El Sidrón (Asturias, Northern Spain)
· An evolutionary medicine perspective on Neandertal extinction
· Hominid visitation of the Moravian Karst during the Middle-Upper Paleolithic transition: New results from Pod Hradem Cave (Czech Republic)
· Evolution of the hominin knee and ankle
· Visualising scales of process: Multi-scalar geoarchaeological investigations of microstratigraphy and diagenesis at hominin bearing sites in South African karst
· Acoustic scientist sounds off about the location of cave paintings
· Analysis of Neanderthal teeth grooves uncovers evidence of prehistoric dentistry
· Palaeolithic ceramic technology: The artistic origins and impacts of a technological innovation
· Bones in Israel rewrite Neanderthal history
· New fossils from Jebel Irhoud, Morocco and the pan-African origin of Homo sapiens
· The age of the hominin fossils from Jebel Irhoud, Morocco, and the origins of the Middle Stone Age
· Oldest Homo sapiens fossil claim rewrites our species' history
· Technological variability during the Early Middle Palaeolithic in Western Europe. Reduction systems and predetermined products at the Bau de l'Aubesier and Payre (South-East France)
· Thoracic vertebral count and thoracolumbar transition in Australopithecus afarensis
· Discovery of obsidian mines on Mount Chikiani in the Lesser Caucasus of Georgia
· Populations headed south? The Gravettian from a palaeodemographic point of view
· The Victoria West: earliest prepared core technology in the Acheulean at Canteen Kopje and implications for the cognitive evolution of early hominids
· Musée national de Préhistoire aux Eyzies-de-Tayac
· The North African Middle Stone Age and its place in recent human evolution
· Datation par 40Ar/39Ar sur monocristaux de feldspaths potassiques : exemple d’application sur le site pléistocène moyen ancien de Notarchirico (Basilicate, Italie)
· Analyses polliniques et parasitologiques préliminaires de coprolithes de carnivores du site moustérien des Ramandils (Port-la-Nouvelle, Aude, France)
· L’œuf ou la poule ? Retour sur le projet Magdatis «Le Magdalénien de la façade atlantique face aux changements environnementaux»


· Aggiornamento delle pagine dedicate alle chiese di S. Bonfilio e di S. Giacomo della sezione "Antiquitates cingolane"


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· The association between mid-facial morphology and climate in northeast Europe differs from that in north Asia: Implications for understanding the morphology of Late Pleistocene Homo sapiens
· The Howieson's Poort fauna from Sibudu Cave: Documenting continuity and change within Middle Stone Age industries
· Australopithecus sediba and the emergence of Homo: Questionable evidence from the cranium of the juvenile holotype MH 1
· The affinities of Homo floresiensis based on phylogenetic analyses of cranial, dental, and postcranial characters
· Interpretation of footprints from Site S confirms human-like bipedal biomechanics in Laetoli hominins
· The Breaking of Ochred Pebble Tools as Part of Funerary Ritual in the Arene Candide Epigravettian Cemetery
· Patrimoine et changements climatiques depuis un million d'années - Troisièmes Journées Francophones
· Comparative analysis of trabecular bone structure and orientation in South African hominin tali
· Thinking locally: Environmental reconstruction of Middle and Later Stone Age archaeological sites in Ethiopia, Kenya, and Zambia based on ungulate stable isotopes
· Evolutionary anatomy of the Neandertal ulna and radius in the light of the new El Sidrón sample
· The Neandertal vertebral column 2: The lumbar spine
· Substantial biases affecting Combe-Grenal faunal record cast doubts on previous models of Neanderthal subsistence and environmental context
· Early Upper Paleolithic colonization across Europe: Time and mode of the Gravettian diffusion
· Patterns of change and continuity in ochre use during the late Middle Stone Age of the Horn of Africa: The Porc-Epic Cave record
· Potential hominin affinities of Graecopithecus from the Late Miocene of Europe
· Thoracic vertebral count and thoracolumbar transition in Australopithecus afarensis
· Innovation in the production and use of equipment in hard animal materials: Origins and consequences in prehistoric societies, from the Palaeolithic to the Mesolithic
· Intertidal shellfish as a source of protein and energy for the Middle Stone Age inhabitants of the southwestern Cape and northern KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
· A novel multidisciplinary bio- and geo-chronological approach for age determination of Palaeolithic bone artifacts in volcanic settings: An example from eastern Sabatini, Latium, Italy
· Eemian paleoclimate zones and Neanderthal landscape-use: A GIS model of settlement patterning during the last interglacial
· Magdalenian settlement on the edge of the loess island: A case study from the northern foreland of the Carpathians (SE Poland)
· L’ambiente del primo individuo del genere “Homo” 2,8 milioni di anni fa
· High handaxe symmetry at the beginning of the European Acheulian: The data from la Noira (France) in context
· Grassy beginning for earliest Homo
· L'enigma di H. naledi e i dubbi sull'evoluzione umana
· Neandertal and Denisovan DNA from Pleistocene sediments
· Ecco ‘Neo’, il più completo scheletro di Homo naledi mai trovato
· Small-brained early human lived more recently than expected
· Le grotte funerarie di Homo naledi
· Changes in Early Stone Age tool production have 'musical' ties
· On the relationship between climate and Neandertal fire use during the Last Glacial in south-west France
· Late Middle Pleistocene genesis of Neanderthal technology in Western Europe: The case of Payre site (south-east France)
· Lagomorph predation represented in a middle Palaeolithic level of the Navalmaíllo Rock Shelter site (Pinilla del Valle, Spain), as inferred via a new use of classical taphonomic criteria
· Ancient-human genomes plucked from cave dirt
· How people used ochre at Rose Cottage Cave, South Africa: Sixty thousand years of evidence from the Middle Stone Age
· Pressure flaking to serrate bifacial points for the hunt during the MIS5 at Sibudu Cave (South Africa)
· A famous 'ancestor' may be ousted from the human family
· Neanderthal behaviour, diet, and disease inferred from ancient DNA in dental calculus
· Anterior dental microwear textures show habitat-driven variability in Neandertal behavior
· The chronostratigraphy of the Haua Fteah cave (Cyrenaica, northeast Libya) — Optical dating of early human occupation during Marine Isotope Stages 4, 5 and 6
· Evidence of toothpick groove formation in Neandertal anterior and posterior teeth
· The first evidence of Middle Palaeolithic Nubian technology in north-central Oman
· The earliest directly dated rock paintings from southern Africa: new AMS radiocarbon dates
· Maritime hominin dispersals in the Pleistocene: advancing the debate
· The migration of Late Pleistocene reindeer: isotopic evidence from northern Europe
· What killed the Neanderthals? Understanding environmental change during the Middle to Upper Palaeolithic transition in northern Spain


· Aggiornamento delle pagine dedicate alle chiese di Cingoli, in particolare di quelle di S. Esuperanzio, S. Sperandia e S. Spirito della sezione "Antiquitates cingolane"


· Aggiornamento delle pagine dedicate alle chiese di S. Maria Assunta, S. Benedetto, S. Caterina, S. Domenico, S. Filippo della sezione "Antiquitates cingolane"


· Aggiornamento con nuove foto delle "Principali chiese rurali" della sezione "Antiquitates cingolane"


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· Settlement Dynamics of the Middle Paleolithic and Middle Stone Age
· Characterization and supply of raw materials in the Neanderthal groups of Prado Vargas Cave (Cornejo, Burgos, Spain)
· Quartzite selection in fluvial deposits: The N12 level of Roca dels Bous (Middle Palaeolithic, southeastern Pyrenees)
· Dead wood gathering among Neanderthal groups: Charcoal evidence from Abric del Pastor and El Salt (Eastern Iberia)
· Local and Nonlocal Procurement of Raw Material in Amud Cave, Israel: The Complex Mobility of Late Middle Paleolithic Groups
· Geochemical Characterization of Four Quaternary Obsidian Sources and Provenance of Obsidian Artifacts from the Middle Stone Age Site of Gademotta
· Lithic technological responses to Late Pleistocene glacial cycling at Pinnacle Point Site 5-6, South Africa
· A decorated raven bone from the Zaskalnaya VI (Kolosovskaya) Neanderthal site, Crimea
· New Middle Pleistocene hominin cranium from Gruta da Aroeira (Portugal)
· Origins of house mice in ecological niches created by settled hunter-gatherers in the Levant 15,000 y ago
· Cleaning up a Messy Mousterian: How to describe and interpret Late Middle Palaeolithic chrono-cultural variability in Atlantic Europe
· Neanderthal behaviour, diet, and disease inferred from ancient DNA in dental calculus
· The Chronology of Palaeolithic Cave art: new data, new debates
· L'enigma dell'antenato arcaico ritrovato in Cina
· Divergence in the evolution of Paleolithic symbolic and technological systems: The shining bull and engraved tablets of Rocher de l'Impératrice
· Pointillist technique on engravings discovered in France
· Structural organization and tooth development in a Homo aff. erectus juvenile mandible from the Early Pleistocene site of Garba IV at Melka Kunture, Ethiopian highlands
· Neanderthal use of plants and past vegetation reconstruction at the Middle Paleolithic site of Abrigo de la Quebrada (Chelva, Valencia, Spain)
· Efficiency of gathering and its archaeological implications for an European Early Palaeolithic population
· Adaptation to suspensory locomotion in Australopithecus sediba
· Dietary reconstruction of the El Sidrón Neandertal familial group (Spain) in the context of other Neandertal and modern hunter-gatherer groups. A molar microwear texture analysis
· Chimpanzee and human midfoot motion during bipedal walking and the evolution of the longitudinal arch of the foot
· The cervical spine of Australopithecus sediba
· Skull 5 from Dmanisi: Descriptive anatomy, comparative studies, and evolutionary significance
· The role of allometry and posture in the evolution of the hominin subaxial cervical spine
· The skull of Homo naledi
· Skull diversity in the Homo lineage and the relative position of Homo naledi
· The vertebrae and ribs of Homo naledi
· The upper limb of Homo naledi
· The thigh and leg of Homo naledi
· Diet and environment 1.2 million years ago revealed through analysis of dental calculus from Europe’s oldest hominin at Sima del Elefante, Spain
· Fuel exploitation among Neanderthals based on the anthracological record from Abric Romaní (Capellades, NE Spain)
· Phytolith and FTIR studies applied to combustion structures: The case of the Middle Paleolithic site of El Salt (Alcoy, Alicante)
· Seaward dispersals to the NE Mediterranean islands in the Pleistocene. The lithic evidence in retrospect
· Investigating Neanderthal dispersal above 55°N in Europe during the Last Interglacial Complex
· The human settlement of Central Iberia during MIS 2: New technological, chronological and environmental data from the Solutrean workshop of Las Delicias (Manzanares River valley, Spain)
· Were Neanderthals responsible for their own extinction?
· The diet of the first Europeans from Atapuerca
· L'effetto dei geni dei Neanderthal sulla nostra salute
· Sharpening our knowledge of prehistory on East Africa’s bone harpoons
· With the back to the art. Context of Pleistocene cave art
· Le site du pléistocène inférieur de Lunery-Rosières, la Terre-des-Sablons (France, région Centre, Cher): unités sédimentaires, datations ESR, études géoarchéologiques, préhistoire
· Le site pléistocène moyen de la Noira à Brinay (Cher, région Centre, France): contexte morphosédimentaire, géochronologie et données archéologique
· Etude géoarchéologique du site acheuléen ancien de « la Noira », (Brinay, Cher, région Centre, France)
· Les alluvions anciennes de la Loire en orléanais (France, Loiret), une relecture à l’aune de travaux d’archéologie préventive et d’un programme de datations ESR
· Bifacial tools Mid-Palaeolithic W Eurasia
· Dopaminergic systems expansion and the advent of Homo erectus
· Evaluating the performance of the cutting edge of Neanderthal shell tools: A new experimental approach. Use, mode of operation, and strength of Callista chione from a behavioural, Quina perspective


· Aggiornamento della sezione "Fonti bibliografiche di storia e archeologia marchigiana": indice della rivista "Marca/Marche" n. 7/2016


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· A Neanderthal deciduous human molar with incipient carious infection from the Middle Palaeolithic De Nadale cave, Italy
· New Tools Identify Key Evolutionary Advantages from Ancient Hominid Interbreeding
· The earliest long-distance obsidian transport: Evidence from the ~200 ka Middle Stone Age Sibilo School Road Site, Baringo, Kenya
· The morphology of the enamel–dentine junction in Neanderthal molars: Gross morphology, non-metric traits, and temporal trends
· The Middle Stone Age human fossil record from Klasies River Main Site
· Evidence for chronic omega-3 fatty acids and ascorbic acid deficiency in Palaeolithic hominins in Europe at the emergence of cannibalism
· The Aggradational Successions of the Aniene River Valley in Rome: Age Constraints to Early Neanderthal Presence in Europe
· Brain enlargement and dental reduction were not linked in hominin evolution
· Discovery adds rock collecting to Neanderthal's repertoire
· The ecological niche and distribution of Neanderthals during the Last Interglacial
· Initial micromorphological results from Liang Bua, Flores (Indonesia): Site formation processes and hominin activities at the type locality of Homo floresiensis
· Two Acheuleans, two humankinds: From 1.5 to 0.85 Ma at Melka Kunture (Upper Awash, Ethiopian highlands)


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· Assessment of Accumulation Processes at the Middle Pleistocene Site of Ambrona (Soria, Spain). Density and Orientation Patterns in Spatial Datasets Derived from Excavations Conducted from the 1960s to the Present
· The plant component of an Acheulian diet at Gesher Benot Ya‘aqov, Israel
· Direct isotopic evidence for subsistence variability in Middle Pleistocene Neanderthals (Payre, southeastern France)
· The MIS 5.5 terraced deposit of Fosso del Cupo (Montecelio, Central Italy) and its Mousterian lithic assemblage: Re-evaluation of a nineteenth-century discovery
· Mechanical characterization of raw material quality and its implication for Early Upper Palaeolithic Moravia
· A reexamination of the Middle Paleolithic human remains from Riparo Tagliente, Italy
· New footprints from Laetoli (Tanzania) provide evidence for marked body size variation in early hominins
· Raw foodies: Europe's earliest humans did not use fire
· Identifying Major Transitions in the Evolution of Lithic Cutting Edge Production Rates
· New approaches to the study of Quartz lithic industries (18 articles)
· New investigations at the Middle Stone Age site of Pockenbank Rockshelter, Namibia
· The archaeology of persistent places: the Palaeolithic case of La Cotte de St Brelade, Jersey
· Neanderthal and Homo sapiens subsistence strategies in the Cantabrian region of northern Spain
· Tropical forests and the genus Homo
· Paléolithique supérieur (7 articles)
· Faunal evidence for a difference in clothing use between Neanderthals and early modern humans in Europe
· Small mammal utilization by Middle Stone Age humans at Die Kelders Cave 1 and Pinnacle Point Site 5-6, Western Cape Province, South Africa
· Early modern human lithic technology from Jerimalai, East Timor
· The earliest modern Homo sapiens in China?
· Limb Bone Structural Proportions and Locomotor Behavior in A.L. 288-1 ("Lucy")
· The wanderers
· MesoLife: A Mesolithic perspective on Alpine and neighbouring territories (21 Articles)
· Testing Dietary Hypotheses of East African Hominines Using Buccal Dental Microwear Data
· Neanderthal inheritance helped humans adapt to life outside of Africa
· The fate of Neanderthal genes
· Evolution purged many Neanderthal genes from human genome
· Retour sur le site de Moulin Quignon (6 articles)


· Aggiornamento della sezione "Fonti bibliografiche di storia e archeologia marchigiana": indice della rivista "Quaderni Storici Esini" n. VII-2016


· Aggiornamento della sezione "Fonti bibliografiche di storia e archeologia marchigiana". Inseriti gli indici della rivista "Studia Picena" n. 20 (1951), n. 23 (1955), n. 24 (1956), n. 25 (1957), n. 26 (1958), n. 27 (1959), n. 28 (1960), n. 29 (1961), n. 31 (1963), n. 32 (1964), n. 43 (1976), n. 44 (1977), n. 50 (1985), n. LXXVII (2012), n. LXXVIII (2013), n. LXXIX (2014), n. LXXX (2015)


· Aggiornamento della bibliografia cingolana della sezione "Antiquitates cingolane"

· Aggiornamento della bibliografia della sezione "Piceni"

· Aggiornamento della sezione "Fonti bibliografiche di storia e archeologia marchigiana": indici della rivista "Atti e Memorie" nn. 110 (2012) - 111 (2013)


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· Looking at handaxes from another angle: Assessing the ergonomic and functional importance of edge form in Acheulean bifaces
· On the origin of the European Acheulian
· Examining Fluvial Stratigraphic Architecture Using Ground-Penetrating Radar at the Fanta Stream Fossil and Archaeological Site, Central Ethiopia
· Humankind and the avian world: archaeological and zooarchaeological evidence for inferring behavioural evolutionary signatures
· Middle Stone Age Ochre Processing and Behavioural Complexity in the Horn of Africa: Evidence from Porc-Epic Cave, Dire Dawa, Ethiopia
· Perline di gusci di uova di struzzo nella grotta di Denisova
· A MIS 15-MIS 12 record of environmental changes and Lower Palaeolithic occupation from Valle Giumentina, central Italy
· Last Neanderthals and first Anatomically Modern Humans in the NW Iberian Peninsula: Climatic and environmental conditions inferred from the Cova Eirós small-vertebrate assemblage during MIS 3
· The apportionment of tooth size and its implications in Australopithecus sediba versus other Plio-pleistocene and recent African hominins
· Middle paleolithic human deciduous incisor from Grotta del Cavallo, Italy
· Dentognathic remains of Australopithecus afarensis from Nefuraytu (Woranso-Mille, Ethiopia): Comparative description, geology, and paleoecological context
· Mandibular ramus shape of Australopithecus sediba suggests a single variable species
· OH-65: The earliest evidence for right-handedness in the fossil record
· Comparative biomechanics of Australopithecus sediba mandibles
· Master and apprentice: Evidence for learning in palaeolithic portable art
· Rénovation du Musée de Paléontologie Humaine de Terra Amata - Nice - Provence - Côte d'azur
· Neanderthals on cold steppes also ate plants
· Scoperte 50 eccezionali incisioni rupestri in Spagna
· Early Evidence for the Extensive Heat Treatment of Silcrete in the Howiesons Poort at Klipdrift Shelter (Layer PBD, 65 ka), South Africa
· Wild monkeys flake stone tools
· A pulse of mid-Pleistocene rift volcanism in Ethiopia at the dawn of modern humans
· Early cave art and ancient DNA record the origin of European bison
· Genomic analyses inform on migration events during the peopling of Eurasia
· New Experiments and a Model-Driven Approach for Interpreting Middle Stone Age Lithic Point Function Using the Edge Damage Distribution Method
· Morphology and function of Neandertal and modern human ear ossicles
· Late Pleistocene climate drivers of early human migration
· Palaeoproteomic evidence identifies archaic hominins associated with the Châtelperronian at the Grotte du Renne
· Manual Loading Distribution During Carrying Behaviors: Implications for the Evolution of the Hominin Hand
· Lion des cavernes (Leo Pantera spelaeus)
· I sette scheletri più famosi (e perché sono famosi)
· Spatial determinants of the mandibular curve of Spee in modern and archaic Homo
· New Palaeolithic and Mesolithic sites in the eastern Aegean: the Karaburun Archaeological Survey Project
· New investigations at the Middle Stone Age site of Pockenbank Rockshelter, Namibia
· Doctors, chefs or hominin animals? Non-edible plants and Neanderthals
· Ochre Provenance and Procurement Strategies During The Middle Stone Age at Diepkloof Rock Shelter, South Africa
· Walking in a Winter Wonderland? Strategies for Early and Middle Pleistocene Survival in Midlatitude Europe
· Chronostratigraphic constraints on Middle Pleistocene faunal assemblages and Acheulian industries from the Cretone lacustrine basin, central Italy
· Virtual reconstruction of the Australopithecus africanus pelvis Sts 65 with implications for obstetrics and locomotion
· Dietary flexibility of Australopithecus afarensis in the face of paleoecological change during the middle Pliocene: Faunal evidence from Hadar, Ethiopia
· Direct evidence for human exploitation of birds in the Middle Stone Age of South Africa: The example of Sibudu Cave, KwaZulu-Natal
· Assessing the function of pounding tools in the Early Stone Age: A microscopic approach to the analysis of percussive artefacts from Beds I and II, Olduvai Gorge (Tanzania)
· Lithic raw material units based on magnetic properties: A blind test with Armenian obsidian and application to the Middle Palaeolithic site of Lusakert Cave 1
· Painting Altamira Cave? Shell tools for ochre-processing in the Upper Palaeolithic in northern Iberia
· Advances in Palimpsest Dissection
· Fu Homo sapiens a far estinguere gli Hobbit?
· Neandertals made jewelry, proteins confirm
· Human remains found in hobbit cave
· A New Chronology for Rhafas, Northeast Morocco, Spanning the North African Middle Stone Age through to the Neolithic
· Fire Usage and Ancient Hominin Detoxification Genes: Protective Ancestral Variants Dominate While Additional Derived Risk Variants Appear in Modern Humans
· Neandertals made their own jewelry, new method confirms
· Extensive Paleolithic Flint Extraction and Reduction Complexes in the Nahal Dishon Central Basin, Upper Galilee, Israel
· Magdatis project: Hunter-gatherers and environmental change in the Aquitaine basin during the Magdalenian


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· The environment of the Ethiopian highlands at the Mid Pleistocene Transition: Fauna, flora and hominins in the 850-700 ka sequence of Gombore II (Melka Kunture)
· Palaeoenvironment and dating of the Early Acheulean localities from the Somme River basin (Northern France): New discoveries from the High Terrace at Abbeville-Carrière Carpentier
· Did Homo erectus kill a Pelorovis herd at BK (Olduvai Gorge)? A taphonomic study of BK5
· Reflections on Gravettian firewood procurement near the Pavlov Hills, Czech Republic
· Perimortem fractures in Lucy suggest mortality from fall out of tall tree
· Print your own 3D Lucy to work out how the famous hominin died
· Tool or weapon? New research throws light on stone artifacts' use as ancient projectiles
· The Acheulian and Early Middle Paleolithic in Latium (Italy): Stability and Innovation
· Measure, Then Show: Grasping Human Evolution Through an Inquiry-Based, Data-driven Hominin Skulls Lab
· Study reveals culprit behind Piltdown Man, one of science’s most famous hoaxes
· Archaeological excavations at the site of At (Vršac, Serbia)
· The Pontinian open-air project (PONT-AIR), Lazio, Italy
· Fossil skulls reveal that blood flow rate to the brain increased faster than brain volume during human evolution
· Bondi Cave and the Middle-Upper Palaeolithic transition in western Georgia (south Caucasus)
· Cueva Antón: A multi-proxy MIS 3 to MIS 5a paleoenvironmental record for SE Iberia
· The evolutionary relationships and age of Homo naledi: An assessment using dated Bayesian phylogenetic methods
· The altitudinal mobility of wild sheep at the Epigravettian site of Kalavan 1 (Lesser Caucasus, Armenia): Evidence from a sequential isotopic analysis in tooth enamel
· Cutmark data and their implications for the planning depth of Late Pleistocene societies
· Reevaluating the functional implications of Australopithecus afarensis navicular morphology
· Trabecular architecture in the StW 352 fossil hominin calcaneus
· Archeological insights into hominin cognitive evolution
· Fires at Neumark-Nord 2, Germany: An analysis of fire proxies from a Last Interglacial Middle Palaeolithic basin site
· Depuis l’Est? Nouvelles perspectives sur les premières dynamiques de peuplement en Europe
· Menez-Dregan 1 (Plouhinec, Finistère, France) : un site d’habitat du Paléolithique inférieur en grotte marine. Stratigraphie, structures de combustion, industries riches en galets aménagés
· Le site acheuléen d’Erg Tihodaïne: caractéristiques technologiques de l’industrie lithique du Pléistocène moyen (Sahara central, Algérie)
· Caractéristiques techno-économiques de l’industrie lithique d’un site acheuléen de surface: Aïn Dfali, Ouazzane, Maroc
· Cancer on a Paleo-diet? Ask someone who lived 1.7 million years ago
· How rope was made 40,000 years ago
· How China is rewriting the book on human origins
· Footprints reveal direct evidence of group behavior and locomotion in Homo erectus
· The role of small prey in human subsistence strategies from Early Upper Palaeolithic sites in Iberia: the rabbits from the Evolved Aurignacian level of Arbreda Cave


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· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· The Hoslteinian period in Europe (MIS 11-9)
· Refining upon the climatic background of the Early Pleistocene hominid settlement in western Europe: Barranco León and Fuente Nueva-3 (Guadix-Baza Basin, SE Spain)
· Palaeohydrological corridors for hominin dispersals in the Middle East ~250–70,000 years ago
· The Middle Palaeolithic in the Desert II
· Marine mollusc exploitation as evidenced by the Gorham's Cave (Gibraltar) excavations 1998–2005: The Middle–Upper Palaeolithic transition
· Neanderthal retouched shell tools and Quina economic and technical strategies: An integrated behaviour
· Food and ornaments: Diachronic changes in the exploitation of littoral resources at Franchthi Cave (Argolid, Greece) during the Upper Palaeolithic and the Mesolithic(39,000–7000 cal BC)
· Climate, Environment and Early Human Innovation: Stable Isotope and Faunal Proxy Evidence from Archaeological Sites (98-59ka) in the Southern Cape, South Africa
· Neandertal cannibalism and Neandertal bones used as tools in Northern Europe
· Neandertals' large lower thorax may represent adaptation to high protein diet
· Neanderthal genomics suggests a pleistocene time frame for the first epidemiologic transition
· Conarticular congruence of the hominoid subtalar joint complex with implications for joint function in Plio-Pleistocene hominins
· The endocast of the one-million-year-old human cranium from Buia (UA 31), Danakil Eritrea
· Climate-mediated shifts in Neandertal subsistence behaviors at Pech de l'Azé IV and Roc de Marsal (Dordogne Valley, France)
· Going the distance: Mapping mobility in the Kalahari Desert during the Middle Stone Age through multi-site geochemical provenancing of silcrete artefacts
· Scoperte in Eritrea impronte fossili di Homo erectus
· Journal of Anthropological Sciences
· Paleo. Revue d'archéologie préhistorique
· Home-range size in large-bodied carnivores as a model for predicting neandertal territory size
· Time and space in the middle paleolithic: Spatial structure and occupation dynamics of seven open-air sites
· Hunter-gatherer mobility and embedded raw-material procurement strategies in the mediterranean upper paleolithic


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· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· On the ecological context of the earliest human settlements in Europe: Resource availability and competition intensity in the carnivore guild of Barranco León-D and Fuente Nueva-3 (Orce, Baza Basin, SE Spain)
· The Lithic Issues of the Gravettian
· Not the brain alone: The nutritional potential of elephant heads in Paleolithic sites
· The use of elephant bones for making Acheulian handaxes: A fresh look at old bones
· The genetic history of Ice Age Europe
· Homo floresiensis-like fossils from the early Middle Pleistocene of Flores
· Age and context of the oldest known hominin fossils from Flores
· Ha 700.000 anni l'antenato dell'Hobbit di Flores
· A Critical Evaluation of the Down Syndrome Diagnosis for LB1, Type Specimen of Homo floresiensis
· Late Pleistocene/Early Holocene Migratory Behavior of Ungulates Using Isotopic Analysis of Tooth Enamel and Its Effects on Forager Mobility
· Neonatal postcrania from Mezmaiskaya, Russia, and Le Moustier, France, and the development of Neandertal body form
· The Pliocene hominin diversity conundrum: Do more fossils mean less clarity?
· Neandertals revised
· Ancient DNA and human history
· Neogene biomarker record of vegetation change in eastern Africa
· Inbred Neanderthals left humans a genetic burden
· The African Quaternary: environments, ecology and humans Inaugural AFQUA conference
· Special Section on Innovation in the production and use of equipment in hard animal materials: Origins and consequences in prehistoric societies, from the Palaeolithic to the Mesolithic
· Comparative analysis of dentognathic pathologies in the Dmanisi mandibles
· Expanding the geography of the Middle to Upper Palaeolithic transition: Foradada Cave (Calafell, Spain), a new site on the Iberian Mediterranean coastline
· The Middle Palaeolithic/Middle Stone Age site of Al Jamrab in central Sudan
· Combustion at the late Early Pleistocene site of Cueva Negra del Estrecho del Río Quípar (Murcia, Spain)
· A spotted hyaena den in the Middle Palaeolithic of Grotta Paglicci (Gargano promontory, Apulia, Southern Italy)
· Increasing Behavioral Flexibility? An Integrative Macro-Scale Approach to Understanding the Middle Stone Age of Southern Africa
· Can Lithic Attribute Analyses Identify Discrete Reduction Trajectories? A Quantitative Study Using Refitted Lithic Sets
· Grotte Chauvet-Pont d’Arc (Ardèche) : évolution morphosédimentaire de l’entrée. Implication sur les occupations et sur la conservation des vestiges
· Middle Pleistocene sea-crossings in the eastern Mediterranean?
· Venturing out safely: The biogeography of Homo erectus dispersal out of Africa
· The Châtelperronian conundrum: Blade and bladelet lithic technologies from Quinçay, France
· Adult Neandertal clavicles from the El Sidrón site (Asturias, Spain) in the context of Homo pectoral girdle evolution
· The age of three Middle Palaeolithic sites: Single-grain optically stimulated luminescence chronologies for Pech de l'Azé I, II and IV in France
· The technology of the earliest European cave paintings: El Castillo Cave, Spain
· Back to the future: Space-age exploration for pre-historic bones
· Nell'arte rupestre europea le origini della scrittura
· Migration back to Africa took place during the Paleolithic
· The Magdalenian sequence at Coímbre cave (Asturias, Northern Iberian Peninsula): Adaptive strategies of hunter–gatherer groups in montane environments
· Missing elements in the cultural understanding of the hydrothermal landscape of the Carpathians in the Middle Paleolithic
· Neanderthals built cave structures — and no one knows why
· Art pariétal : découverte de nouvelles figures au pays basque espagnol
· Quando dall'Europa tornammo in Africa
· Morphometric Assessment of Convergent Tool Technology and Function during the Early Middle Palaeolithic: The Case of Payre, France
· Student deciphers 'cave art': 'Stone age art' in Upper Franconian cave not an archaeological sensation after all
· Researchers prove humans in Southern Arabia 10,000 years earlier than first thought
· Le « type 2a », plus ancien modèle de propulseur paléolithique : une nouvelle pièce dans le Magdalénien moyen d’Isturitz (Pyrénées-Atlantiques, France) et ses implications
· Le Laborien récent de la grotte-abri de Peyrazet (Creysse, Lot, France). Nouvelles données pour la fin du Tardiglaciaire en Quercy
· Nouveaux restes humains provenant du gisement de Regourdou (Montignac-sur-Vézère, Dordogne, France)
· Importance des données de terrain pour la compréhension d’un potentiel dépôt funéraire moustérien : le cas du squelette de Regourdou 1 (Montignac-sur-Vézère, Dordogne, France)


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· Kantis: A new Australopithecus site on the shoulders of the Rift Valley near Nairobi, Kenya
· The oldest hominin butchery in European mid-latitudes at the Jaramillo site of Untermassfeld (Thuringia, Germany)
· Shoot first, ask questions later: Interpretative narratives of Neanderthal hunting
· The genetic history of Ice Age Europe
· First evidence of a Late Upper Palaeolithic human presence in Ireland
· A possible Palaeolithic hand axe from Cyprus
· Re-evaluating the traditional models of prehistoric human occupation in central Italy: the case-study of Grotta Mora Cavorso
· Neanderthals, trees and dental calculus: new evidence from El Sidrón
· The Middle Palaeolithic of the Nejd, Saudi Arabia
· Recent discoveries of Aurignacian and Epigravettian sites in Albania
· Late Middle Palaeolithic occupations in Ciemna Cave, southern Poland
· The development of a new geospatial framework for the palaeoanthropological site of the Sterkfontein Caves, Cradle of Humankind, Gauteng, South Africa
· What do cranial bones of LB1 tell us about Homo floresiensis?
· Premolar root and canal variation in South African Plio-Pleistocene specimens attributed to Australopithecus africanus and Paranthropus robustus
· Ecological niche of Neanderthals from Spy Cave revealed by nitrogen isotopes of individual amino acids in collagen
· Earliest evidence of personal ornaments associated with burial: The Conus shells from Border Cave
· Direct U-series analysis of the Lezetxiki humerus reveals a Middle Pleistocene age for human remains in the Basque Country (northern Iberia)
· A wolf in dog's clothing: Initial dog domestication and Pleistocene wolf variation
· Neandertal versus Modern Human Dietary Responses to Climatic Fluctuations
· Pleistocene Hominins as a Resource for Carnivores: A c. 500,000-Year-Old Human Femur Bearing Tooth-Marks in North Africa (Thomas Quarry I, Morocco)
· A high-precision chronological model for the decorated Upper Paleolithic cave of Chauvet-Pont d’Arc, Ardèche, France
· Novel collagen fingerprinting identifies a Neanderthal bone among 2,000 fragments
· Revised stratigraphy and chronology for Homo floresiensis at Liang Bua in Indonesia
· Middle Paleolithic sites of Katta Sai in western Tian Shan piedmont, Central Asiatic loess zone: Geoarchaeological investigation of the site formation and the integrity of the lithic assemblages
· Vladimir is thrilled by the Sungarian man
· Debate Erupts over Strange New Human Species
· The Divergence of Neandertal and Modern Human Y Chromosomes
· State of the art of the multidisciplinary research at the Middle Pleistocene Qesem Cave, Israel, 2015
· Our ancestors may have mated more than once with mysterious ancient humans
· Impact of meat and Lower Palaeolithic food processing techniques on chewing in humans
· Nuclear DNA sequences from the Middle Pleistocene Sima de los Huesos hominins
· Rich sexual past between modern humans and Neandertals revealed
· Dietary options and behavior suggested by plant biomarker evidence in an early human habitat
· A method for finding stratified sites: Early Upper Palaeolithic sites in southern Moravia, di P. Škrdla
· New Middle Palaeolithic sites from the Mani Peninsula, Southern Greece
· The Muddle in the Middle Pleistocene: The Lower–Middle Paleolithic Transition from the Levantine Perspective
· Site formation and chronology of the new Paleolithic site Sima de Las Palomas de Teba, southern Spain
· The role of neurocranial shape in defining the boundaries of an expanded Homo erectus hypodigm
· Brain, calvarium, cladistics: A new approach to an old question, who are modern humans and Neandertals?
· Comparative perspective on antemortem tooth loss in Neandertals


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· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· The Oldest Evidence for Human Habitation in the Baltic Region: A Preliminary Report on the Chronology and Archaeological Context of the Riadino-5 Archaeological Site
· Making Sense of Residues on Flaked Stone Artefacts: Learning from Blind Tests
· The Initial Magdalenian mosaic: New evidence from Urtiaga cave, Guipúzcoa, Spain
· The lithic assemblage from Pont-de-Lavaud (Indre, France) and the role of the bipolar-on-anvil technique in the Lower and Early Middle Pleistocene technology
· Distribution patterns of stone-tool reduction: Establishing frames of reference to approximate occupational features and formation processes in Paleolithic societies
· Neandertals may have used chemistry to start fires
· Ancient gene flow from early modern humans into Eastern Neanderthals
· A simple rule governs the evolution and development of hominin tooth size
· An ecocultural model predicts Neanderthal extinction through competition with modern humans
· Dietary options and behavior suggested by plant biomarker evidence in an early human habitat
· Evidence mounts for interbreeding bonanza in ancient human species
· Neanderthals mated with modern humans much earlier than previously thought, study finds
· Fossil analysis pushes back human split from other primates by two million years
· The prehistory of the Land of Nineveh
· Migrations and interactions in prehistoric Beringia: the evolution of Yakutian lithic technology
· First Palaeolithic rock art in Germany: engravings on Hunsrück slate
· Identification of Late Epigravettian hunting injuries: Descriptive and 3D analysis of experimental projectile impact marks on bone
· The first peopling of Europe and technological change during the Lower-Middle Pleistocene transition
· Paleoenvironmental reconstruction of a paleosol catena, the Zinj archeological level, Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania
· Geochemical “fingerprints” for Olduvai Gorge Bed II tuffs and implications for the Oldowan–Acheulean transition


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· Demography and the Palaeolithic Archaeological Record
· A Statistical Examination of Flake Edge Angles Produced During Experimental Lineal Levallois Reductions and Consideration of Their Functional Implications
· The phenotypic legacy of admixture between modern humans and Neandertals
· Why Was Silcrete Heat-Treated in the Middle Stone Age? An Early Transformative Technology in the Context of Raw Material Use at Mertenhof Rock Shelter, South Africa
· Mechanical evidence that Australopithecus sediba was limited in its ability to eat hard foods
· Functional Analyses of Transcription Factor Binding Sites that Differ between Present-Day and Archaic Humans
· Cranial base topology and basic trends in the facial evolution of Homo
· The Uluzzian technology of Grotta di Fumane and its implication for reconstructing cultural dynamics in the Middle–Upper Palaeolithic transition of Western Eurasia
· Virtual ancestor reconstruction: Revealing the ancestor of modern humans and Neandertals
· Middle Palaeolithic toolstone procurement behaviors at Lusakert Cave 1, Hrazdan valley, Armenia
· The pattern of emergence of a Middle Stone Age tradition at Gademotta and Kulkuletti (Ethiopia) through convergent tool and point technologies
· Grotta del Cavallo. Fra Neanderthal e Homo sapiens
· The acheulean handaxe: More like a bird's song than a beatles' tune?
· Error found in study of first ancient African genome
· Quantifying Oldowan Stone Tool Production at Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania
· Artists complete replica of Lascaux cave paintings
· New findings on prehistoric stone tool industry in Italy
· Grisly find suggests humans inhabited Arctic 45,000 years ago
· Ancient tools may shed light on the mysterious ‘hobbit’
· A 36,000-Year-Old Volcanic Eruption Depicted in the Chauvet-Pont d’Arc Cave (Ardèche, France)?
· Genomic Signatures of Selective Pressures and Introgression from Archaic Hominins at Human Innate Immunity Genes
· Introgression of Neandertal- and Denisovan-like Haplotypes Contributes to Adaptive Variation in Human Toll-like Receptors
· Le specie umane estinte commettevano omicidi?
· Vertebral numbers and human evolution
· The bony labyrinth of the middle Pleistocene Sima de los Huesos hominins (Sierra de Atapuerca, Spain)
· Dental size reduction in Indonesian Homo erectus: Implications for the PU-198 premolar and the appearance of Homo sapiens on Java
· Fossil hominin radii from the Sima de los Huesos Middle Pleistocene site (Sierra de Atapuerca, Spain)
· The subtalar joint complex of Australopithecus sediba
· Cranial vault thickness in primates: Homo erectus does not have uniquely thick vault bones
· Cochlear labyrinth volume in Krapina Neandertals
· Chronology for the Cueva Victoria fossil site (SE Spain): Evidence for Early Pleistocene Afro-Iberian dispersals
· An experimental approach to distinguishing different stone artefact transport patterns from debitage assemblages


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· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· An alternative interpretation of the Australopithecus scapula
· Reply to Melillo: Woranso-Mille is consistent with an australopithecine shoulder intermediate between African apes and Homo
· Dog has been man's best friend for 33,000 years
· Nuclear and mitochondrial DNA sequences from two Denisovan individuals
· The Unknown Oldowan: ~1.7-Million-Year-Old Standardized Obsidian Small Tools from Garba IV, Melka Kunture, Ethiopia
· A Hominin Femur with Archaic Affinities from the Late Pleistocene of Southwest China
· Exploring the Potential of Laser Ablation Carbon Isotope Analysis for Examining Ecology during the Ontogeny of Middle Pleistocene Hominins from Sima de los Huesos (Northern Spain)
· The cave art of Cosquer
· Ontogeny of the maxilla in Neanderthals and their ancestors
· Refining Our Understanding of Howiesons Poort Lithic Technology: The Evidence from Grey Rocky Layer in Sibudu Cave (KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa)
· Looking at the Camp: Paleolithic Depiction of a Hunter-Gatherer Campsite
· How rare was human presence in Europe during the Early Pleistocene?
· Revisiting the ESR chronology of the Early Pleistocene hominin occupation at Vallparadís (Barcelona, Spain)
· Eat a Paleo peach: First fossil peaches discovered in southwest China
· The Interpretation of Bipolar Knapping in African Stone Age Studies
· Hommes et environnements au Paléolithique supérieur en Ukraine continentale et en Crimée
· Paleolithic elephant butchering site found in Greece
· Human nature's dark side helped us spread across the world
· Chronology, palaeoenvironments and subsistence in the Acheulean of western Europe
· The Grotta Guattari mandibular remains in the Italian human evolutionary context: A morphological and morphometrical overlook of the Neanderthal jaw


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· In situ study of the Gravettian individual from Cussac cave, locus 2 (Dordogne, France)
· Neanderthal Use of Callista chione Shells as Raw Material for Retouched Tools in South-east Italy: Analysis of Grotta del Cavallo Layer L Assemblage with a New Methodology
· Is Loading a Significantly Influential Factor in the Development of Lithic Microwear? An Experimental Test Using LSCM on Basalt from Olduvai Gorge
· Reintroduction of a Homocysteine Level-Associated Allele into East Asians by Neanderthal Introgression
· The Early Acheulian of north-western Europe
· Investigating maintenance and discard behaviours for osseous projectile points: A Middle to Late Magdalenian (c. 19,000–14,000 cal. BP) example
· The public and private use of space in Magdalenian societies: Evidence from Oelknitz 3, LOP (Thuringia, Germany)
· A new age within MIS 7 for the Homo neanderthalensis of Saccopastore in the glacio-eustatically forced sedimentary successions of the Aniene River Valley, Rome
· Techno-Cultural Characterization of the MIS 5 (c. 105 – 90 Ka) Lithic Industries at Blombos Cave, Southern Cape, South Africa
· Unique Dental Morphology of Homo floresiensis and Its Evolutionary Implications
· Upper Palaeolithic genomes reveal deep roots of modern Eurasians
· Nuclear and mitochondrial DNA sequences from two Denisovan individuals
· Reconstruction of the Neanderthal and Modern Human landscape and climate from the Fumane cave sequence (Verona, Italy) using small-mammal assemblages
· Les tectiformes. Signes indéchiffrés de l'art pariétal préhistorique
· Spinal cord evolution in early Homo
· A geometric morphometric study of a Middle Pleistocene cranium from Hexian, China
· Bovid ecomorphology and hominin paleoenvironments of the Shungura Formation, lower Omo River Valley, Ethiopia
· The earliest unequivocally modern humans in southern China
· Paleolithic occupations of the Göllü Dağ, Central Anatolia, Turkey
· Environmental Variability and Hominin Dispersal
· Early hominin biogeography in Island Southeast Asia
· Pleistocene rainforests: barriers or attractive environments for early human foragers?


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· The Venuses Block From Arlanpe Cave (Northern Iberian Peninsula): Implications for the Origins and Dispersion of Gönnersdorf-Lalinde Style Depictions Throughout the European Magdalenian
· Examining the Presence of Symmetry within Acheulean Handaxes: A Case Study in the British Palaeolithic
· The Evolution of Modern Behaviour and its Implications for Maritime Dispersal During the Palaeolithic
· Hunting and Hunting Technologies as Proxy for Teaching and Learning During the Stone Age of Southern Africa
· Teaching and Learning Subsistence Skills: Did Premodern Hominins Use Language to Do It?
· Another window to the subsistence of Middle Pleistocene hominins in Europe: A taphonomic study of Cuesta de la Bajada (Teruel, Spain)
· The earliest unequivocally modern humans in southern China
· A Human Deciduous Tooth and New 40Ar/39Ar Dating Results from the Middle Pleistocene Archaeological Site of Isernia La Pineta, Southern Italy
· The hand of Homo naledi
· The foot of Homo naledi
· Dietary change among hominins and cercopithecids in Ethiopia during the early Pliocene
· Another sign of Neanderthal intelligence and resourcefulness
· Virtual reconstruction of the Neanderthal Amud 1 cranium
· Body mass estimation from knee breadth, with application to early hominins
· Human occupation of Central Europe during the Last Glacial Maximum: new evidence from Moravia, Czech Republic
· Did our Late Palaeolithic ancestors use stick shuttles for weaving and netting?
· Denisovan Ancestry in East Eurasian and Native American Populations
· Experimental and functional analysis of late Middle Paleolithic flake cleavers from southwestern Europe (France and Spain)
· The Dynamics of Small Postglacial Lake Basins and the Nature of Their Archaeological Record: A Case Study of the Middle Palaeolithic Site Neumark-Nord 2, Germany
· Hommes et environnements au Paléolithique supérieur en Ukraine continentale et en Crimée Rédacteurs invités: Stéphane Péan et Sandrine Prat
· Multistep food plant processing at Grotta Paglicci (Southern Italy) around 32,600 cal B.P.
· Possible Further Evidence of Low Genetic Diversity in the El Sidrón (Asturias, Spain) Neandertal Group: Congenital Clefts of the Atlas
· Early hominin auditory capacities
· Green Arabia: Human Prehistory at the Cross-roads of Continents
· Fossil hominin shoulders support an African ape-like last common ancestor of humans and chimpanzees
· Humanity's long, lonely road
· Siberian cave was home to generations of mysterious ancient humans
· Postcranial morphology of the middle Pleistocene humans from Sima de los Huesos, Spain
· DNA from Neandertal relative may shake up human family tree
· "Crowdsourcing digs up an early human species"
· On the Chronological Structure of the Solutrean in Southern Iberia
· Homo naledi, a new species of the genus Homo from the Dinaledi Chamber, South Africa
· Néandertal faisait boullir de l'eau?


· Sezione Fonti bibliografiche di storia e archeologia marchigiana:

· Rivista "Studi Maceratesi": indici volumi nn. 47-2013, 48-2014

· Rivista "Picenum Seraphicum": indice volume n. 29-2014

· Rivista "Atti e Memorie. Deputazione di Storia Patria per le Marche": indici volumi nn. 107, 108, 109

· Rivista "Picus": indici volumi nn. XXXIII-2013, XXXIV-2014

· Rivista "Quaderni Storici Esini": indici volumi nn. III-2012, VI - 2015



· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· A one-million-year-old hominid distal ulna from Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania
· The demography of the Upper Palaeolithic hunter–gatherers of Southwestern France: A multi-proxy approach using archaeological data
· Modularity of the anthropoid dentition: Implications for the evolution of the hominin canine honing complex
· Influence of Plio-Pleistocene basin hydrology on the Turkana hominin enamel carbonate δ18O values
· On the local Mousterian origin of the Châtelperronian: Integrating typo-technological, chronostratigraphic and contextual data
· Chronostratigraphy of KNM-ER 3733 and other Area 104 hominins from Koobi Fora
· Taphonomy of fossils from the hominin-bearing deposits at Dikika, Ethiopia
· Assessing bone and antler exploitation at Riparo Mochi (Balzi Rossi, Italy): implications for the characterization of the Aurignacian in South-western Europe
· Isotope and faunal evidence for high levels of freshwater fish consumption by Late Glacial humans at the Late Upper Palaeolithic site of Šandalja II, Istria, Croatia
· Postcranial morphology of the middle Pleistocene humans from Sima de los Huesos, Spain
· A taste of an elephant: The probable role of elephant meat in Paleolithic diet preferences
· Hunters of the giants: Woolly mammoth hunting during the Gravettian in Central Europe
· La Roque Saint-Christophe. Fort et cité troglodytiques.
· Earliest modern human-like hand bone from a new >1.84-million-year-old site at Olduvai in Tanzania
· The massive fossil humerus from the Oldowan horizon of Gombore I, Melka Kunture (Ethiopia, >1.39 Ma)
· An early modern human from Romania with a recent Neanderthal ancestor
· Dancing to the rhythms of the Pleistocene? Early Middle Paleolithic population dynamics in NW Iberia (Duero Basin and Cantabrian Region)
· The Terminal Late Palaeolithic in Wadi Kubbaniya, Egypt
· Late Palaeolithic and Early Mesolithic finds from the Pindus Mountains of western Macedonia (Greece)
· New Pleistocene evidence from the western coast of Central Italy: a landscape approach
· Tracking in Caves: Experience Based Reading of Pleistocene Human Footprints in French Caves
· Rethinking the Structural Analysis of Palaeolithic Art: New Perspectives on Leroi-Gourhan's Structuralism
· The Red Lady of El Mirón Cave': Lower Magdalenian Human Burial in Cantabrian Spain
· Assessing eye orbits as predictors of Neandertal group size
· Rethinking the dispersal of Homo sapiens out of Africa
· Middle and Late Pleistocene Landscape Evolution at the Druze Marsh Site in Northeast Jordan: Implications for Population Continuity and Hominin Dispersal
· L’homme de Tautavel. Un Homo erectus européen évolué. Homo erectus tautavelensis
· Neanderthals had outsize effect on human biology
· Pionniers du Paléolithique... Néandertal, l'homme sans parole.
· The evolution of human and ape hand proportions
· The Still Bay and Howiesons Poort at Sibudu and Blombos: Understanding Middle Stone Age Technologies
· Analysis of Site Formation and Assemblage Integrity Does Not Support Attribution of the Uluzzian to Modern Humans at Grotta del Cavallo
· Human population dynamics in Europe over the Last Glacial Maximum
· Core-Shell Processing of Natural Pigment: Upper Palaeolithic Red Ochre from Lovas, Hungary
· The Geochemistry of Basalt Handaxes from the Lower Palaeolithic Site of Ma‛ayan Baruch, Israel—A Perspective on Raw Material Selection
· Larnite-Bearing Rock—The Discovery of a New Source of Raw Material in the Production of Neolithic and Chalcolithic Bifacial Tools
· Documenting Differences between Early Stone Age Flake Production Systems: An Experimental Model and Archaeological Verification
· New chronology for Ksâr ‘Akil (Lebanon) supports Levantine route of modern human dispersal into Europe
· Examining the Causes and Consequences of Short-Term Behavioral Change during the Middle Stone Age at Sibudu, South Africa
· Los significados del arte paleolítico: Una revisión historiográfica y crítica
· Problematizing Bayesian approaches to prehistoric chronologies
· Constructing chronologies for the late Middle Paleolithic and Upper Paleolithic: limitations and means to overcome them
· In the eye of the beholder: contextual issues for Bayesian modelling at the Middle-to-Upper Palaeolithic transition


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· Human occupation of the Arabian Empty Quarter during MIS 5: evidence from Mundafan Al-Buhayrah, Saudi Arabia
· Isotopic evidence for Last Glacial climatic impacts on Neanderthal gazelle hunting territories at Amud Cave, Israel
· MTA-B or not to be? Recycled bifaces and shifting hunting strategies at Le Moustier and their implication for the late Middle Palaeolithic in southwestern France
· Establishing statistical confidence in Cortex Ratios within and among lithic assemblages: a case study of the Middle Paleolithic of southwestern France
· Disproportionate Cochlear Length in Genus Homo Shows a High Phylogenetic Signal during Apes’ Hearing Evolution
· Body composition in Pan paniscus compared with Homo sapiens has implications for changes during human evolution
· The role of cryptotephra in refining the chronology of Late Pleistocene human evolution and cultural change in North Africa
· Tephra studies and the reconstruction of Middle-to-Upper Paleolithic cultural trajectories
· Evaluating the transitional mosaic: frameworks of change from Neanderthals to Homo sapiens in eastern Europe
· Taphonomic Analysis of the Faunal Assemblage Associated with the Hominins (Australopithecus sediba) from the Early Pleistocene Cave Deposits of Malapa, South Africa
· New cosmogenic burial ages for Sterkfontein Member 2 Australopithecus and Member 5 Oldowan
· Tracing the Route of Modern Humans out of Africa by Using 225 Human Genome Sequences from Ethiopians and Egyptians
· Late Palaeolithic settlement pattern in palaeogeographical context of the river valleys in the Koło Basin (Central Poland)
· Dating the earliest human occupation of Western Europe: New evidence from the fluvial terrace system of the Somme basin (Northern France)
· Ancient humans brought tools to Europe
· Excavations at the Chagyrskaya Cave, Russia: a Neanderthal Middle Palaeolithic industry in Northern Asia
· An alternative chronology for the art of Chauvet cave
· Paleoenvironmental context of the Middle Stone Age record from Karungu, Lake Victoria Basin, Kenya, and its implications for human and faunal dispersals in East Africa
· A multi-method luminescence dating of the Palaeolithic sequence of La Ferrassie based on new excavations adjacent to the La Ferrassie 1 and 2 skeletons
· New species from Ethiopia further expands Middle Pliocene hominin diversity
· Lethal Interpersonal Violence in the Middle Pleistocene
· Palaeoclimates, plasticity, and the early dispersal of Homo sapiens
· 3.3-million-year-old stone tools from Lomekwi 3, West Turkana, Kenya
· Ancient DNA pinpoints Paleolithic liaison in Europe
· Stone bracelet is oldest ever found
· More evidence found for Neanderthal adaptability
· The makers of the Protoaurignacian and implications for Neandertal extinction
· A paleoneurological survey of Homo erectus endocranial metrics
· The nature of technological changes: The Middle Pleistocene stone tool assemblages from Galería and Gran Dolina-subunit TD10.1 (Atapuerca, Spain)
· Early European may have had Neanderthal great-great-grandparent
· Un débitage lamellaire au Proche-Orient vers 40 000 ans cal BP. Le site d’Umm el Tlel, Syrie centrale
· Les industries lithiques moustériennes de la Baume Moula-Guercy (Soyons, Ardèche). Fouilles 1993–1999
· Les hommes de Néandertal du Caucase du Nord : entre l’Ouest et l’Est
· Mammoth ivory technologies in the Upper Palaeolithic: a case study based on the materials from Yana RHS, Northern Yana-Indighirka lowland, Arctic Siberia


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· Artifact densities and assemblage formation: Evidence from Tabun Cave
· Counting the Children: The Role of Children in the Production of Finger Flutings in Four Upper Palaeolithic Caves
· Spatial and temporal variation of body size among early Homo
· A geometric morphometric analysis of hominin lower molars: Evolutionary implications and overview of postcanine dental variation
· A geometric morphometrics comparative analysis of Neandertal humeri (epiphyses-fused) from the El Sidrón cave site (Asturias, Spain)
· Variability in Early Ahmarian lithic technology and its implications for the model of a Levantine origin of the Protoaurignacian
· The lithic industry of Sima del Elefante (Atapuerca, Burgos, Spain) in the context of Early and Middle Pleistocene technology in Europe
· La Ferrassie 8 Neandertal child reloaded: New remains and re-assessment of the original collection
· Upper Palaeolithic ritualistic cannibalism at Gough's Cave (Somerset, UK): The human remains from head to toe
· A human deciduous molar from the Middle Stone Age (Howiesons Poort) of Klipdrift Shelter, South Africa
· Not much size difference between male and female Australopithecines
· The makers of the Protoaurignacian and implications for Neandertal extinction
· Accessing Developmental Information of Fossil Hominin Teeth Using New Synchrotron Microtomography-Based Visualization Techniques of Dental Surfaces and Interfaces
· Oldest stone tools raise questions about their creators
· Neither chimpanzee nor human, Ardipithecus reveals the surprising ancestry of both
· Palaeoloxodon and Human Interaction: Depositional Setting, Chronology and Archaeology at the Middle Pleistocene Ficoncella Site (Tarquinia, Italy)
· Homo erectus footprints hint at ancient hunting party
· Natural environment of MIS 5 and soil catena sequence along a loess slope in the Seret River valley: Evidence from the Pronyatyn Palaeolithic site (Ukraine)
· The loess-palaeosol sequence in the Upper Palaeolithic site at Kraków Spadzista: A palaeoenvironmental approach
· Supra-regional correlations of the most ancient paleosols and Paleolithic layers of Kostenki-Borschevo region (Russian Plain)
· World’s oldest stone tools discovered in Kenya
· Levantine cranium from Manot Cave (Israel) foreshadows the first European modern humans
· Quaternary of the Western Pyrenean region
· Neolithic Italian farmers defleshed their dead
· New cosmogenic burial ages for Sterkfontein Member 2 Australopithecus and Member 5 Oldowan
· Neanderthal bone flutes’: simply products of Ice Age spotted hyena scavenging activities on cave bear cubs in European cave bear dens
· A new Middle Stone Age industry in the Tankwa Karoo, Northern Cape Province, South Africa
· Flavouring food: the contribution of chimpanzee behaviour to the understanding of Neanderthal calculus composition and plant use in Neanderthal diets
· Use and Sonority of a 23,000-Year-Old Bone Aerophone from Davant Pau Cave (NE of the Iberian Peninsula)
· The Neandertals of northeastern Iberia: New remains from the Cova del Gegant (Sitges, Barcelona)
· A neonatal perspective on Homo erectus brain growth
· Associated ilium and femur from Koobi Fora, Kenya, and postcranial diversity in early Homo
· Late Miocene hominin teeth from the Gona Paleoanthropological Research Project area, Afar, Ethiopia
· Stone-age Italians defleshed their dead
· Early Homo at 2.8 Ma from Ledi-Geraru, Afar, Ethiopia
· Late Pliocene fossiliferous sedimentary record and the environmental context of early Homo from Afar, Ethiopia
· Did a volcanic cataclysm 40,000 years ago trigger the final demise of the Neanderthals?
· Fat Residue and Use-Wear Found on Acheulian Biface and Scraper Associated with Butchered Elephant Remains at the Site of Revadim


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· Caccia coi lupi: come l'uomo moderno ebbe la meglio sui Neandertal
· Evidence for Neandertal Jewelry: Modified White-Tailed Eagle Claws at Krapina
· Lithic Landscapes: Early Human Impact from Stone Tool Production on the Central Saharan Environment
· The Origins of Recycling: A Paleolithic Perspective
· Genome of the Netherlands population-specific imputations identify an ​ABCA6 variant associated with cholesterol levels
· Deep roots for the genus Homo
· Reconstructed Homo habilis type OH 7 suggests deep-rooted species diversity in early Homo
· Complex History of Admixture between Modern Humans and Neandertals
· When age matters
· Late Pleistocene age and archaeological context for the hominin calvaria from GvJm-22 (Lukenya Hill, Kenya)
· World of Gravettian Hunters
· Neanderthal firewood management: evidence from Stratigraphic Unit IV of Abric del Pastor (Eastern Iberia)
· Au cœur de l’Eurasie: un Homo erectus ancien en Turquie. Contexte général: état des connaissances en Turquie
· Micro-abrasion of flint artifacts by mobile sediments: a taphonomic approach
· Division of labor by sex and age in Neandertals: an approach through the study of activity-related dental wear
· The relevance of the first ribs of the El Sidrón site (Asturias, Spain) for the understanding of the Neandertal thorax
· How much more would KNM-WT 15000 have grown?
· Clavicle length, throwing performance and the reconstruction of the Homo erectus shoulder
· Solutrean and Magdalenian ferruginous rocks heat-treatment: accidental and/or deliberate action?
· Breakage patterns in Sima de los Huesos (Atapuerca, Spain) hominin sample
· Upper Palaeolithic population histories of Southwestern France: a comparison of the demographic signatures of 14C date distributions and archaeological site counts
· A new Cambrian black pigment used during the late Middle Palaeolithic discovered at Scladina Cave (Andenne, Belgium)
· Out of Africa: Did humans migrate quickly and all-at-once or in phases based on weather?
· Neanderthals disappeared from the Iberian Peninsula earlier than elsewhere
· Dental Ontogeny in Pliocene and Early Pleistocene Hominins
· Mandibular evidence supports Homo floresiensis as a distinct species
· Reply to Westaway et al.: Mandibular misrepresentations fail to support the invalid species Homo floresiensis
· Reconstructing diet and behaviour of Neanderthals from Central Italy through dental macrowear analysis
· The chronology of hand stencils in European Palaeolithic rock art: implications of new U-series results from El Castillo Cave (Cantabria, Spain)
· Variation in tibia and fibula diaphyseal strength and its relationship with arboreal and terrestrial locomotion: extending the investigation to non-hominoid primates
· Nonhuman Primate Communication, Pragmatics, and the Origins of Language
· Two Deciduous Human Molars from the Early Pleistocene Deposits of Barranco León (Orce, Spain)
· Evolution of the hominoid vertebral column: The long and the short of it


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· The earliest securely-dated hominin artefact in Anatolia?
· Lucy” (A.L. 288-1) had five sacral vertebrae
· Marathousa 1: a new Middle Pleistocene archaeological site from Greece
· Cleaning the dead: Neolithic ritual processing of human bone at Scaloria Cave, Italy
· Assessing the Accidental Versus Deliberate Colour Modification of Shell Beads: a Case Study on Perforated Nassarius kraussianus from Blombos Cave Middle Stone Age levels
· Ancient DNA and Human Evolution
· Heating of flint debitage from Upper Palaeolithic contexts at Manot Cave, Israel: changes in atomic organization due to heating using infrared spectroscopy
· Improved high-resolution GPR imaging and characterization of prehistoric archaeological features by means of attribute analysis
· Testing of a single grain OSL chronology across the Middle to Upper Palaeolithic transition at Les Cottés (France)
· Palaeolithic dogs and Pleistocene wolves revisited: a reply to Morey (2014)
· Using ZooMS to identify fragmentary bone from the Late Middle/Early Upper Palaeolithic sequence of Les Cottés, France
· The Middle Palaeolithic Nahal Mahanayeem Outlet site, Israel: reconstructing the environment of Late Pleistocene wetlands in the eastern Mediterranean from ostracods
· Homo erectus at Trinil on Java used shells for tool production and engraving
· The Lower/early Middle Pleistocene small débitage productions in Western Europe: New data from Isernia La Pineta t.3c (Upper Volturno Basin, Italy)
· Neanderthals gain human neighbour
· Levantine cranium from Manot Cave (Israel) foreshadows the first European modern humans
· Human-like hand use in Australopithecus africanus
· Yabba dabba d'oh! Stone Age man wasn't necessarily more advanced than the Neanderthals
· Experimental evidence for the co-evolution of hominin tool-making teaching and language
· Les néandertaliens des grottes de Grimaldi (Vintimille, Ligurie, Italie)
· The medial pterygoid tubercle in the Atapuerca Early and Middle Pleistocene mandibles: Evolutionary implications
· Neanderthal exploitation of ibex and chamois in southwestern Europe
· The evolution of the hominin thumb and the influence exerted by the non-dominant hand during stone tool production
· Early Pleistocene human hand phalanx from the Sima del Elefante (TE) cave site in Sierra de Atapuerca (Spain)
· Reassessing the Aurignacian of Slovenia: Techno-economic behaviour and direct dating of osseous projectile points
· Neanderthal megafaunal exploitation in Western Europe and its dietary implications: A contextual reassessment of La Cotte de St Brelade (Jersey)
· Plant-food preparation on two consecutive floors at Upper Paleolithic Ohalo II, Israel
· Prehistoric bedrock features: recent advances in 3D characterization and geometrical analyses
· In search of sealed Palaeolithic and Mesolithic sites using core sampling: the impact of grid size, meshes and auger diameter on discovery probability


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· Tool suggests humans entered Europe much earlier than thought
· Une nouvelle vénus datée de 23 000 ans. Les morceaux d’une statuette en craie représentant une femme ont été retrouvée à Amiens
· Israeli cave offers clues about when humans mastered fire
· Neanderthal bones in Northern France
· Environmental History of European High Mountains
· Homo erectus at Trinil on Java used shells for tool production and engraving
· Homo erectus made world's oldest doodle 500,000 years ago
· Palaeolithic research at Mochlos, Crete: new evidence for Pleistocene maritime activity in the Aegean
· Specialised hunting of Iberian ibex during Neanderthal occupation at El Esquilleu Cave, northern Spain
· Right for the Wrong Reasons: Reflections on Modern Human Origins in the Post-Neanderthal Genome Era
· The Transition to the Acheulean in East Africa: an Assessment of Paradigms and Evidence from Olduvai Gorge (Tanzania)
· The Role of Freshwater and Marine Resources in the Evolution of the Human Diet, Brain and Behavior
· Hommes et environnements au Paléolithique supérieur en Ukraine continentale et en Crimée
· Archaeologists race against time to explore Neanderthal site
· Genomic structure in Europeans dating back at least 36,200 years
· Lucy discoverer on the ancestor people relate to
· Livre: Pré-ludes, autour de l'homme préhistorique, di Yves Coppens - Editions Odile Jacob
· Were Neanderthals a sub-species of modern humans? New research says no
· Loess and the record of upper Palaeolithic cultures in the Danube Basin


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· Paleoclimatic and paleoenvironmental context of the Early Pleistocene hominins from Dmanisi (Georgia, Lesser Caucasus) inferred from the herpetofaunal assemblage
· Using obsidian transfer distances to explore social network maintenance in late Pleistocene hunter–gatherers
· Ornamental traditions in the Eastern Adriatic: The Upper Palaeolithic and Mesolithic personal adornments from Vela Spila (Croatia)
· Towards complexity in osseous raw material exploitation by the first anatomically modern humans in Europe: Aurignacian antler working
· Millennial-scale change in archaeofaunas and their implications for Mousterian lithic variability in southwest France
· The alleged Early Palaeolithic artefacts are in reality geofacts: a revision of the site of Kończyce Wielkie 4 in the Moravian Gate, South Poland
· In search of Paleolithic dogs: a quest with mixed results
· Lithic tool management in the Early Middle Paleolithic: an integrated techno-functional approach applied to Le Pucheuil-type production (Le Pucheuil, northwestern France)
· Middle-to-Upper Palaeolithic site formation processes at the Bordes-Fitte rockshelter (Central France)
· Chronology of the Middle Palaeolithic open-air site of Combe Brune 2 (Dordogne, France): a multi luminescence dating approach
· L’odyssée humaine – Les moteurs cachés de notre évolution, "Pour la Science", Revue scientifique, Numéro spécial 445, Novembre 2014
· Reconnaissance survey for Palaeolithic sites in the Debed River Valley, northern Armenia
· New evidence for the Mousterian and Gravettian at Rio Secco Cave, Italy
· Acheulean technological behaviour in the Middle Pleistocene landscape of Mieso (East-Central Ethiopia)
· The geology and chronology of the Acheulean deposits in the Mieso area (East-Central Ethiopia)
· Human calcanei from the Middle Pleistocene site of Sima de los Huesos (Sierra de Atapuerca, Burgos, Spain)
· Enamel thickness variation of deciduous first and second upper molars in modern humans and Neanderthals
· Lithics of the Late Middle Palaeolithic: Post MIS 5 technological variability and its implications
· European genetic identity may stretch back 36,000 years
· Palaeolithic settlements discovered in the Nefud Desert
· How we tamed ourselves—and became modern
· Oldest-known human genome sequenced
· The discovery of Homo floresiensis: Tales of the hobbit
· Human evolution: Small remains still pose big problems
· Early Pleistocene lake formation and hominin origins in the Turkana–Omo rift
· Middle Pleistocene Human Remains from Tourville-la-Rivière (Normandy, France) and Their Archaeological Context
· Early modern human settlement of Europe north of the Alps occurred 43,500 years ago in a cold steppe-type environment
· Tracing our ancestors at the bottom of the sea
· 43,000-year-old modern human settlement in Central Europe
· Cognitive Requirements for Ochre Use in the Middle Stone Age at Sibudu, South Africa
· A Middle Palaeolithic site in the southern North Sea: investigating the archaeology and palaeogeography of Area 240
· Neanderthals from El Salt (Alcoy, Spain) in the context of the latest Middle Palaeolithic populations from the southeast of the Iberian Peninsula
· New evidence of early Neanderthal disappearance in the Iberian Peninsula
· Change in raw material selection and subsistence behaviour through time at a Middle Palaeolithic site in southern France
· A revised chronology for the Grotte Vaufrey (Dordogne, France) based on TT-OSL dating of sedimentary quartz
· The pattern of hominin postcranial evolution reconsidered in light of size-related shape variation of the distal humerus
· Genetic and developmental basis for parallel evolution and its significance for hominoid evolution
· Le site paléolithique des Vaugreniers (Le Muy, Var): un nouveau faciès épigravettien ancien dans le sud-est de la France?
· Ancient human genome from southern Africa throws light on our origins
· Early Levallois technology and the Lower to Middle Paleolithic transition in the Southern Caucasus
· Livre: Manuel de taphonomie, Denys Christiane, Patou-Mathis Marylène
· Ancient human genomes suggest three ancestral populations for present-day Europeans
· A rock engraving made by Neanderthals in Gibraltar


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· Earliest evidence for the structure of Homo sapiens populations in Africa
· Use of Fossil Bryozoans in Sourcing Lithic Artifacts
· A Spring Forward for Hominin Evolution in East Africa
· New high-resolution computed tomography data of the Taung partial cranium and endocast and their bearing on metopism and hominin brain evolution
· Three-part ancestry for Europeans
· A rock engraving made by Neanderthals in Gibraltar
· Nuovi artigli-gioiello per i Neandertal
· Découverte d’une occupation néandertalienne en bord de Saône
· Musée départemental de Préhistoire de Solutré: Le site majeur du solutréen avec une nouvelle muséographie
· Beneath Still Waters - Multistage Aquatic Exploitation of Euryale ferox (Salisb.) during the Acheulian
· Science, the Media, and Interpretations of Upper Paleolithic Figurines
· Gelada feeding ecology in an intact ecosystem at Guassa, Ethiopia: Variability over time and implications for theropith and hominin dietary evolution
· Neanderthal infant and adult infracranial remains from Marillac (Charente, France)
· Ancient human footprints in Ciur-Izbuc Cave, Romania
· News from the north-east fringe of Neanderthal Europe: recent work at Khotylevo 1 (Bryansk Oblast, Russia)
· New prehistoric sites in the southern Rub’ al-Khali desert, Oman
· The Latest Middle Palaeolithic sites in the Middle Nile Valley
· The arboreal origins of human bipedalism - Human bipedalism and the importance of terrestriality - Unreasonable expectations - Ignoring Ardipithecus in an origins scenario for bipedality is…lame - When the ancestors were arboreal - Adaptive diversity: from the trees to the ground - Putting flesh on to hominin bones
· The place of the Neanderthals in hominin phylogeny
· Socio-economic organization of Final Paleolithic societies: New perspectives from an aggregation site in Western France
· A place in time: Situating Chauvet within the long chronology of symbolic behavioral development
· Technological behaviors in Paleolithic foragers. Testing the role of resharpening in the assemblage organization
· Short, but repeated Neanderthal visits to Teixoneres Cave (MIS 3, Barcelona, Spain): a combined analysis of tooth microwear patterns and seasonality
· The role of raw material differences in stone tool shape variation: an experimental assessment
· Correlation of volcanic ash layers between the Early Pleistocene Acheulean sites of Isinya, Kariandusi, and Olorgesailie, Kenya
· The Middle Paleolithic site of Cuesta de la Bajada (Teruel, Spain): a perspective on the Acheulean and Middle Paleolithic technocomplexes in Europe
· Changing Environments and Movements through Transitions: Paleoanthropological and Prehistorical Research in Ethiopia A Tribute to Prof. Mohammed Umer
· Deglaciation and Human Colonization of Northern Europe
· Exploring the impact of climate variability during the Last Glacial Maximum on the pattern of human occupation of Iberia
· An Experimental Investigation of the Functional Hypothesis and Evolutionary Advantage of Stone-Tipped Spears
· New high-resolution computed tomography data of the Taung partial cranium and endocast and their bearing on metopism and hominin brain evolution
· Stone tools point to diversity of traditions among early humans
· The timing and spatiotemporal patterning of Neanderthal disappearance
· Evolved developmental homeostasis disturbed in LB1 from Flores, Indonesia, denotes Down syndrome and not diagnostic traits of the invalid species Homo floresiensis
· Land Snails as a Diet Diversification Proxy during the Early Upper Palaeolithic in Europe
· Neanderthals: Bone technique redrafts prehistory
· Spain tests limited visits to Altamira cave
· The emergence of the acheulean in East Africa – international workshop, Rome, “La Sapienza” University
· Ice age lion figurine: Ancient fragment of ivory belonging to 40,000 year old animal figurine unearthed


· Sezione Fonti bibliografiche di storia e archeologia marchigiana:

- M. Silvestrini (a cura di), Recenti acquisizioni, problemi e prospettive della ricerca sull'Eneolitico dell'Italia Centrale, Atti dell'Incontro di Studio, Arcevia 14-15 maggio 1999, Sagraf Sabatini Grafiche, Castelferretti 2000

- R. Bernacchia, Incastellamento e distretti rurali nella Marca anconitana (secoli X-XII), Quaderni della Rivista di bizantinistica n. 5, Centro italiano di studi sull'alto Medioevo, Spoleto 2002

- B. Carfagna, Rocche e castelli dell'ascolano, Ed. La Sfinge Malaspina, Ascoli Piceno 1996

- G. Castagnari, Abbazie e castelli della Comunità Montana Alta Valle dell'Esino, Tecnostampa, Recanati 1990

- Istituzioni e Società nell’alto medioevo marchigiano, Deputazione di Storia Patria per le Marche, Atti e Memorie 86 (1981), Atti de Convegno Ancona-Osimo-Jesi, 17-20 ottobre 1981, Ancona 1983

- G. Paci (a cura di),  N. Alfieri, Scritti di topografia antica sulle Marche, "Picus"-Supplementi VII, Editrice Tipigraf, Tivoli 2000

- G. C. Vittozzi, Oggetti, idee, culti egizi nelle Marche (dalle tombe picene al tempio di Treia),  "Picus", Supplementi VI, Editrice Tipigraf, Tivoli 1999

- M. Landolfi (a cura di), Adriatico tra IV e III sec. a.C. Vasi alto-adriatici tra Piceno, Spina e Adria, Atti del convegno di Studi. Ancona 20-21 giugno 1997, L'Erma di Bretschneider, Roma 1997

- Catani E. - Paci G. (a cura di), La Salaria in età tardoantica e altomedievale, Atti del Convegno di Studi, Rieti-Cascia-Norcia-Ascoli Piceno 28-30 settembre 2001, Ichnia-Collana del Dipartimento di Scienze Archeologiche e Storiche dell'Antichità, Macerata 2007, Tipografia Fast Edit, Acquaviva Picena 2007

- Catani E. - Paci G. (a cura di), La Salaria in età antica, Atti del Convegno di Studi, Ascoli Piceno-Offida-Rieti 2-4 ottobre 1997, Ichnia-Collana del Dipartimento di Scienze Archeologiche e Storiche dell'Antichità, Macerata 2000, Grafiche D'Auria, Ascoli Piceno 2000

- Indice dei "Quaderni Storici Esini", vol. IV - 2013

- Indice dei "Quaderni Storici Esini", vol. V - 2014


· Aggiornamento bibliografia cingolana di Antiquitates cingolane


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· Human occupation of Iberia prior to the Jaramillo magnetochron (>1.07 Myr)
· Neanderthal Origin of the Haplotypes Carrying the Functional Variant Val92Met in the MC1R in Modern Humans
· Carnivore activity in the Sima de los Huesos (Atapuerca, Spain) hominin sample
· Lithic Microwear Method: Standardisation, Calibration and Innovation
· Neanderthal Epigenome
· Temporal labyrinths of eastern Eurasian Pleistocene humans
· Livre: "Représentation de l’intimité féminine" di J.P. Duhard & B. - G. Delluc – Préface Y. Coppens
· Evidence of late Gelasian dispersal of African fauna at Coste San Giacomo (Anagni Basin, central Italy): Early Pleistocene environments and the background of early human occupation in Europe
· The origins and persistence of Homo floresiensis on Flores: biogeographical and ecological perspectives
· Hominin reactions to herbivore distribution in the Lower Palaeolithic of the Southern Levant
· Having the stomach for it: a contribution to Neanderthal diets?
· Il più antico resto umano d’Italia
· RIP for a key Homo species?
· Environmental and Cultural Dynamics in Western and Central Europe during the Upper Pleistocene
· Evolution of early Homo: An integrated biological perspective
· Dmanisi, un gisement préhistorique unique
· Mandibular development in Australopithecus robustus
· Sound archaeology: terminology, Palaeolithic cave art and the soundscape
· Paleolithic vs. Epipaleolithic fisheries in northern Iberia
· Taxonomic differences in deciduous upper second molar crown outlines of Homo sapiens, Homo neanderthalensis and Homo erectus
· Old stones' song: Use-wear experiments and analysis of the Oldowan quartz and quartzite assemblage from Kanjera South (Kenya)
· Coalescence and fragmentation in the late Pleistocene archaeology of southernmost Africa
· Biomechanical strategies for accuracy and force generation during stone tool production
· Neandertals ate their veggies, their feces reveal
· The Neanderthal Meal: A New Perspective Using Faecal Biomarkers
· Neandertal roots: Cranial and chronological evidence from Sima de los Huesos
· Il complesso mosaico dei primi europei
· Nuovi resti di Homo rinvenuti in Dancalia Eritrea
· Fossils put a new face on the ancestors of Neandertals
· Facing a violent past: Evolution of human ancestors' faces a result of need to weather punches during arguments, study suggests
· Maritime route of colonization of Europe
· Traces of early use of fire found in Spain
· Abri Cro-Magnon - Espace muséographique - Visite
· Termites in the hominin diet: A meta-analysis of termite genera, species and castes as a dietary supplement for South African robust australopithecines


· Sezione "Personaggi illustri" di Antiquitates cingolane: nuova pagina su S. Sperandia

· Sezione "Leggende e tradizioni popolari" di Antiquitates cingolane: articolo dedicato al caso dell'avvistamento di ominidi nel 1954 a Colcerasa

· Sezione "I monumenti di Cingoli" di Antiquitates cingolane: aggiornamento della pagina chiesa di S. Sperandia

· Aggiornamento bibliografia cingolana di Antiquitates cingolane


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· Their lips are sealed: identifying hard stone, soft stone, and antler hammer direct percussion in Palaeolithic prismatic blade production
· Using Pyrotechnology: Fire-related Features and Activities with a Focus on the African Middle Stone Age
· Climate and environments during Marine Isotope Stage 11 in the central Iberian Peninsula: the herpetofaunal assemblage from the Acheulean site of Áridos-1, Madrid
· The role of carnivores and their relationship to hominin settlements in the TD6-2 level from Gran Dolina (Sierra de Atapuerca, Spain)
· Reconstructing the DNA Methylation Maps of the Neandertal and the Denisovan
· The Cradle of Thought: Growth, Learning, Play and Attachment in Neanderthal Children
· Landscape distribution and ecology of Plio-Pleistocene avifaunal communities from Lowermost Bed II, Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania
· Stratigraphic analysis of the Sterkfontein StW 573 Australopithecus skeleton and implications for its age
· Experimental heat treatment of silcrete implies analogical reasoning in the Middle Stone Age
· Middle Paleolithic and Uluzzian human remains from Fumane Cave, Italy
· Opportunities, problems and future directions in the study of open-air Middle Paleolithic sites
· La grotte Chauvet
· Neandertal Demise: An Archaeological Analysis of the Modern Human Superiority Complex
· Manganese coating of the Tabun faunal assemblage: Implications for modern human behaviour in the Levantine Middle Palaeolithic
· From small bone fragments to Neanderthal activity areas: The case of Level O of the Abric Romaní (Capellades, Barcelona, Spain)
· Genomic and cranial phenotype data support multiple modern human dispersals from Africa and a southern route into Asia
· Patterns of coding variation in the complete exomes of three Neandertals
· How to build a Neanderthal
· Humans and Neandertals interbred, new method confirms
· Farndon Fields, Nottinghamshire: in situ multi-phased Late Upper Palaeolithic activity on the floodplain
· Macro and microscopic wear analysis of the non-worked lateral edge of a large biface
· Glossy tools innovations in the method of interpretations of use-wear produced by plant processing
· Symbolic or Utilitarian? Juggling interpretations of neanderthal behavior: new inferences from the study of engraved stone surfaces
· Stone tools from the inside out: radial point distribution


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· A biometric re-evaluation of recent claims for Early Upper Palaeolithic wolf domestication in Eurasia
· The effect of raw material on inter-analyst variation and analyst accuracy for lithic analysis: a case study from Olduvai Gorge
· Diet of upper paleolithic modern humans: Evidence from microwear texture analysis
· Evidence for a 15N positive excursion in terrestrial foodwebs at the Middle to Upper Palaeolithic transition in south-western France: Implications for early modern human palaeodiet and palaeoenvironment
· Plant foods and the dietary ecology of Neanderthals and early modern humans
· The chronology of the earliest Upper Palaeolithic in northern Iberia: New insights from L'Arbreda, Labeko Koba and La Viña
· Evidence for the repeated use of a central hearth at Middle Pleistocene (300 ky ago) Qesem Cave, Israel
· Magdalenian antler projectile point design: Determining original form for uni- and bilaterally barbed points
· Searching for consistencies in Châtelperronian pigment use
· Homo' is the only primate whose tooth size decreases as its brain size increases
· Human evolution: Fifty years after Homo habilis
· Did Europeans Get Fat From Neandertals?
· Humans and saber-toothed tiger met in Germany 300,000 years ago
· Neanderthal ancestry drives evolution of lipid catabolism in contemporary Europeans
· European Middle Palaeolithic (MIS 8 – MIS 3): cultures, environment, chronology
· On the chronology of the Uluzzian
· Geometric properties and comparative biomechanics of Homo floresiensis mandibles
· Early Upper Paleolithic bone processing and insights into small-scale storage of fats at Vale Boi, southern Iberia
· An Early Upper Palaeolithic decorated bone tubular rod from Pod Hradem Cave, Czech Republic
· New views on old hands: the context of stencils in El Castillo and La Garma caves (Cantabria, Spain)
· Defining Magdalenian cultural groups in Franco-Cantabria by the formal analysis of portable artworks
· Le site de Kocabaş, bassin de Denizli, Anatolie, Turquie
· Human evolution: The Neanderthal in the family
· Neandertal clavicle length
· The genomic landscape of Neanderthal ancestry in present-day humans
· 'Little Foot' Fossil Could Be Human Ancestor
· How apes and humans evolved side by side
· Krotovinas, pedogenic processes and stratigraphic ambiguities of the Upper Palaeolithic sites Kostenki and Borshchevo (Russia)
· Resurrecting Surviving Neandertal Lineages from Modern Human Genomes
· I dieci padri dell'Homo Sapiens
· The Evolution of Hominin Behavior during the Oldowan-Acheulian Transition: Recent Evidence from Olduvai Gorge and Peninj (Tanzania)
· Separating endogenous ancient DNA from modern day contamination in a Siberian Neandertal
· Hominin Footprints from Early Pleistocene Deposits at Happisburgh, UK
· Datation du plus vieil hominidé de Turquie, le chaînon manquant entre l'Europe et l'Afrique?
· Influence of lower limb configuration on walking cost in Late Pleistocene humans
· Luminescence dating and palaeomagnetic age constraint on hominins from Sima de los Huesos, Atapuerca, Spain


· La bacheca preistorica di antiqui segnala:

· New Data on the Exploitation of Obsidian in the Southern Caucasus (Armenia, Georgia) and Eastern Turkey, Part 2: Obsidian Procurement from the Upper Palaeolithic to the Late Bronze Age
· The Sound of Rock Art. The Acoustics of the Rock Art of Southern Andalusia (Spain)
· Early human occupation of Iberia: the chronological and palaeoclimatic inferences from Vallparadís (Barcelona, Spain)
· Shell bead production in the Upper Paleolithic of Vale Boi (SW Portugal): an experimental perspective
· Ivory debitage by fracture in the Aurignacian: experimental and archaeological examples
· Neanderthal and Mammuthus interactions at EDAR Culebro 1 (Madrid, Spain)
· Geoarchaeological and Bioarchaeological Studies at Mira, an Early Upper Paleolithic Site in the Lower Dnepr Valley, Ukraine
· L'orso e i Neandertal
· Technical Note: Virtual reconstruction of KNM-ER 1813 Homo habilis cranium
· The fundamental hominin niche in late Pleistocene Central Asia: a preliminary refugium model
· A series of Mousterian occupations in a new type of site: The Nesher Ramla karst depression
· A reassessment of the presumed Neandertal remains from San Bernardino Cave, Italy
· Late Acheulean technology and cognition at Boxgrove, UK
· Prehistoric engineering and astronomy of the great Menga Dolmen (Málaga, Spain). A geometric and geoarchaeological analysis
· The genomic landscape of Neanderthal ancestry in present-day humans
· Separating endogenous ancient DNA from modern day contamination in a Siberian Neandertal
· Ardipithecus ramidus and the evolution of the human cranial base
· Baboon Feeding Ecology Informs the Dietary Niche of Paranthropus boisei
· Evidence supporting an intentional Neandertal burial at La Chapelle-aux-Saints
· Earliest evidence for caries and exploitation of starchy plant foods in Pleistocene hunter-gatherers from Morocco
· Ancient European genomes reveal jumbled ancestry
· The complete genome sequence of a Neanderthal from the Altai Mountains


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