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See detailSiuren I Rock-Shelter. From Late Middle Paleolithic and Early Upper Paleolithic to Epi-Paleolithic in Crimea
Demidenko, Yuri; Otte, Marcel ULg; Noiret, Pierre ULg

Book published by Service de Prééhistoire de l'Université de Liège (2012)

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See detailLa séquence mésolithique et néolithique du Trou Al'Wesse (Belgique) : Résultats pluridisciplinaires
Miller, Rebecca ULg; Zwyns, Nicolas; Otte, Marcel ULg et al

in Anthropologie (L') (2012), 116

The site of Trou Al’Wesse has been interpreted as a site of possible contact between Mesolithic and Neolithic populations, given the discovery of Neolithic ceramics and Mesolithic tools in stratum 4 ... [more ▼]

The site of Trou Al’Wesse has been interpreted as a site of possible contact between Mesolithic and Neolithic populations, given the discovery of Neolithic ceramics and Mesolithic tools in stratum 4. However, recent excavations have also revealed the presence of three Early Mesolithic facies overlain by a Neolithic layer, while a Late Mesolithic presence is suggested for a fourth facies at the base of the terrace slope. Lithic and faunal analyses, as well as spatial analysis of the stratigraphic position of material recovered, indicate a clear separation of Mesolithic and Neolithic occupations. We present a new interpretation of the sequence of Holocene human occupations at Trou Al'Wesse in light of these data, arguing that the site was regularly occupied during the Early Mesolithic, forming a palimpsest of these visits, followed by an occupational hiatus and then re-occupation during the Late Mesolithic. The Early Neolithic is a separate occupation clearly unrelated to the Early Mesolithic underlying it, but ongoing fieldwork may recover data concerning the Final Mesolithic and its relation to the Early Neolithic at the site. [less ▲]

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See detailL'animal et l'homme dans la Préhistoire
Otte, Marcel ULg; Noiret, Pierre ULg

Article for general public (2011)

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See detailCouvin/Couvin : fouilles 2009 au Trou de l'Abîme
Miller, Rebecca ULg; Cattelain, Pierre; Otte, Marcel ULg et al

in Chronique de l'Archéologie Wallonne (2011), 18

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See detailLe Trou Al'Wesse du Moustérien au Néolithique dans la vallée du Hoyoux
Miller, Rebecca ULg; Collin, Fernand ULg; Otte, Marcel ULg et al

in Toussaint, Michel; Di Modica, Kevin; Pirson, Stéphane (Eds.) Le Paléolithique moyen en Belgique : Mélanges Marguerite Ulrix-Closset (2011)

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See detailLe Trou de l’Abîme à Couvin
Cattelain, Pierre; Flas, Damien ULg; Miller, Rebecca ULg et al

in Toussaint, Michel; Di Modica, Kevin; Pirson, Stéphane (Eds.) Le Paléolithique moyen en Belgique. Mélanges Marguerite Ulrix-Closset (2011)

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See detailNew radiocarbon dates for the Zagros Aurignacian from Yafteh cave, Iran
Otte, Marcel ULg; Shidrang, Sonia; Zwyns, Nicolas et al

in Journal of Human Evolution (2011), 61(3), 340-346

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See detailModave/Modave : elements du Mésolithique recent de la couche 4b-delta du Trou Al'Wesse
Miller, Rebecca ULg; Otte, Marcel ULg; Stewart, John

in Chronique de l'Archéologie Wallonne (2010), 17

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See detailNouvelles découvertes de la séquence holocène du Trou Al’Wesse : fouilles 2010
Miller, Rebecca ULg; Otte, Marcel ULg; Stewart, John

in Notae Praehistoricae (2010), 30

Excavations of the Holocene sequence at Trou Al'Wesse have yielded new elements related to Mesolithic occupations, in particular a human right mandible and a red deer antler hammer, as well as a possible ... [more ▼]

Excavations of the Holocene sequence at Trou Al'Wesse have yielded new elements related to Mesolithic occupations, in particular a human right mandible and a red deer antler hammer, as well as a possible Neolithic posthole. This article presents geological, archaeological and paleoanthropological data obtained during the 2010 season. [less ▲]

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See detailLe Paléolithique supérieur européen. Cours en ligne
Otte, Marcel ULg; Noiret, Pierre ULg

Learning material (2010)

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See detailLes gestes techniques de la Préhistoire
Otte, Marcel ULg; Noiret, Pierre ULg

Book published by De Boeck (2010)

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See detailTrou Al’Wesse (Commune de Modave, province de Liège): la séquence pléistocène
Miller, Rebecca ULg; Otte, Marcel ULg; Stewart, John

in Chronique de l'Archéologie Wallonne (2009), 16

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See detailLe Mésolithique récent du Trou Al’Wesse (comm. de Modave, Prov. de Liège) Découverte de tessons de type non rubanés ou «Bereitkeramiek»
Miller, Rebecca ULg; Otte, Marcel ULg; Stewart, John

in Notae Praehistoricae (2009), 29

On the terrace of the site of Trou Al'Wesse, commun of Modave (province of Liège, Belgium), stratum 4b-δ, excavated in 2008, has been attributed to the Late Mesolithic. Ceramic sherds of La Hoguette type ... [more ▼]

On the terrace of the site of Trou Al'Wesse, commun of Modave (province of Liège, Belgium), stratum 4b-δ, excavated in 2008, has been attributed to the Late Mesolithic. Ceramic sherds of La Hoguette type have been recovered from near the top of this Mesolithic context, which contains lithic artifacts, a charcoal lens, wild fauna including an aurochs astragalus with cutmarks, and a sawn red deer crown antler. LBK sherds of the type found in overlying stratum 4a, are absent in facies 4b-δ. This is the first time that La Hoguette sherds have been found instratified context associated with material that can be radiometrically dated, and also the first time that such sherds have been discovered south of the Meuse and Sambre in Belgium. New dates from this stratum contribute to placing these sherds and the other elements in chronological context. [less ▲]

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See detailLe Trou de l’Abîme à Couvin. Bilan des recherches avant la reprise de nouvelles fouilles en septembre 2009
Pirson, Stéphane ULg; Cattelain, Pierre; El Zaatari, S. et al

in Notae Praehistoricae (2009), 29

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See detailLa préhistoire
Otte, Marcel ULg; Noiret, Pierre ULg; Plumet, Patrick et al

Book published by De Boeck - 3ème éd. (2009)

L'ouvrage retrace la préhistoire de l'humanité, dans ses modifications anatomiques, spirituelles et comportementales , depuis les origines il y a 3 millions d'années, jusqu'aux derniers peuples prédateurs ... [more ▼]

L'ouvrage retrace la préhistoire de l'humanité, dans ses modifications anatomiques, spirituelles et comportementales , depuis les origines il y a 3 millions d'années, jusqu'aux derniers peuples prédateurs, voici environ dix mille ans. Les aspects techniques, économiques, sociaux et religieux sont évoqués successivement dans leurs contextes propres. Toutes les valeurs qui constituent notre mode de vie actuel se sont lentement formées durant ce processus et la succession de leurs agencements en donne ici leur signification et leur portée réelles. Un chapitre particulier est consacré au développement de l'art paléolithique européen; un autre présente la préhistoire des civilisations américaines. [less ▲]

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See detailLes hommes de Lascaux. Civilisations paléolithiques en Europe
Otte, Marcel ULg; Noiret, Pierre ULg; Remacle, Laurence

Book published by Armand Colin (2009)

Au-delà des aspects techniques, souvent ardus, relatifs aux outils et aux armes, les ethnies paléolithiques se présentent comme de véritables et passionnantes traditions culturelles où se trouvent mêlés ... [more ▼]

Au-delà des aspects techniques, souvent ardus, relatifs aux outils et aux armes, les ethnies paléolithiques se présentent comme de véritables et passionnantes traditions culturelles où se trouvent mêlés les modes économiques, l'habitat, les règles sociales et l'art. Ces sociétés, dont les territoires varient au fil du temps, furent actives durant des dizaines de millénaires et soumises à des processus évolutifs profonds. Après la réhabilitation des sociétés traditionnelles actuelles, vient le moment où nous pouvons écrire, avec une grande précision, l'histoire des peuples aux sources des civilisations classiques européennes et de leurs systèmes de valeurs. Retracer l'histoire la plus ancienne renouvelle constamment notre émerveillement, sans limite dans l'espace ni dans le temps. La finesse adaptative dont témoignent les sociétés traditionnelles, les profondeurs de leurs mythologies, l'éblouissement de leurs arts plongent leurs origines dans les cultures qui se sont succédées et ont brillé l'une après l'autre par leurs performances, du couteau en silex aux fresques somptueuses de Lascaux. [less ▲]

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See detailThe stratified Early to Late Mesolithic sequence at Trou Al'Wesse (Modave, Belgium)
Miller, Rebecca ULg; Stewart, John; Zwyns, Nicolas et al

in Crombé, Philippe; Van Strydonck, Mark; Sergant, Joris (Eds.) et al Chronology and Evolution within the Mesolithic of North-West Europe: Proceedings of an International Meeting, Brussels, May 30th-June 1st, 2007 (2009)

Ongoing excavations on the terrace of the cave site of Trou Al’Wesse (Modave, Belgium) have yielded evidence from a stratified sequence dating from the end of the Early Mesolithic to the Early Neolithic ... [more ▼]

Ongoing excavations on the terrace of the cave site of Trou Al’Wesse (Modave, Belgium) have yielded evidence from a stratified sequence dating from the end of the Early Mesolithic to the Early Neolithic. Stratum 4b is divided into a series of laterally superimposed facies ( - ), each of which contains palimpsests of lithics and fauna. The oldest facies ( ) has been dated to 9000±40 BP (Beta-209871) and the most recent ( ) to 6650±70 BP (Lv-1751). These dates demonstrate the regular re-occupation of the site during the Early and Late Mesolithic, with a significant occupational hiatus during the Middle Mesolithic. Isolated human remains include a cranial fragment dated to 6540±45 BP (OxA-10561) and a deciduous incisor. The interdisciplinary project integrates geological, archaeological and environmental data to address hypotheses related to continuity and change across the Pleistocene-Holocene transition and human response to changing environmental conditions, change during the Mesolithic period, and the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition. [less ▲]

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