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Projectile insets and backed pieces from the Upper Magdalenian of La Madeleine (Tursac, Dordogne, France), new data from lithic technology Alexis Taylor, in Paleo, Revue d’Archeologie Prehistorique I never lost interest in the Upper Paleolithic of Europe despite the fact … Continue reading
Originally posted on GeorgiaBeforePeople:
The wallowing, trampling, and foraging of Pleistocene megafauna probably maintained the open character of mountain bogs in the southern Appalachians during the Ice Ages. Bogs were common natural environments during moist interstadials when cool temperatures reduced…