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Otte, Marcel ULg; Chirica, Vasile; Haesaerts, Paul et al

in Otte, Marcel; Chirica, Vasile; Haesaerts, Paul (Eds.) L'Aurignacien et le Gravettien de Mitoc-Malu Galben (Moldavie roumaine) (2007)

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See detailMitoc-Malu Galben: industrie osseuse et témoins esthétiques
Chirica, Vasile; Noiret, Pierre ULg

in Otte, Marcel; Chirica, Vasile; Haesaerts, Paul (Eds.) L'Aurignacien et le Gravettien de Mitoc-Malu Galben (Moldavie roumaine) (2007)

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See detailMitoc-Malu Galben: étude de l'industrie lithique
Otte, Marcel ULg; Noiret, Pierre ULg; Chirica, Vasile et al

in Otte, Marcel; Chirica, Vasile; Haesaerts, Paul (Eds.) L'Aurignacien et le Gravettien de Mitoc-Malu Galben (Moldavie roumaine) (2007)

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See detailProduction lamellaire aurignacienne à Mitoc-Malu Galben, Roumanie
Noiret, Pierre ULg; Zwyns, Nicolas; Chirica, Vasile

Conference (2006, September)

Although retouched bladelets (Dufour or others) were not recovered, the Aurignacian assemblages from Mitoc-Malu Galben (Romania) probably belongs to the Krems-Dufour type Aurignacian. In the lithic ... [more ▼]

Although retouched bladelets (Dufour or others) were not recovered, the Aurignacian assemblages from Mitoc-Malu Galben (Romania) probably belongs to the Krems-Dufour type Aurignacian. In the lithic material gathered by V. chirica in the 1980s, evidence indicates the existence of bladelet production from carinated tools/cores. A small unpublished lithic assemblage from the 1990s excavations, associated with a hearth, confirms this hypothesis. The operational schemes are described and compared to those from the western and eastern Aurignacian geographic regions. [less ▲]

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See detailRégion-clef de la Préhistoire orientale: la Moldavie
Otte, Marcel ULg; Noiret, Pierre ULg; López Bayón, Ignacio et al

Article for general public (1999)

La région moldave, incluant aussi une partie de la Roumanie, illustre tous les stades du Paléolithique supérieur: elle débute par des industries archaïques, se poursuit à par l'Aurignacien local et ... [more ▼]

La région moldave, incluant aussi une partie de la Roumanie, illustre tous les stades du Paléolithique supérieur: elle débute par des industries archaïques, se poursuit à par l'Aurignacien local et surtout connaît un développement très intense durant les différents stades du Gravettien. Sa position géographique en fait une région-clef pour l'étude des rapports entre l'Europe des collines et celle des grandes plaines orientales. [less ▲]

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See detailRythme évolutiof du Gravettien oriental
Otte, Marcel ULg; Noiret, Pierre ULg; Chirica, Vasile et al

in Montet-White, Anta; Palma di Cesnola, Arturo; Valoch, Karel (Eds.) The Upper Palaeolithic. Colloquium XII: The Origin of The Gravettian (1996)

The key-sequence of Moldavian sites (Cosautsi, Mitoc, Molodova V) gives a frame for general evolution of Gravettian technology. It can be tentatively related to Central Europe chronology (Willendorf II ... [more ▼]

The key-sequence of Moldavian sites (Cosautsi, Mitoc, Molodova V) gives a frame for general evolution of Gravettian technology. It can be tentatively related to Central Europe chronology (Willendorf II) as well as Eastern Europe (Kostenki). Both chronological tendencies and regional trends can be detected. [less ▲]

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See detailRecherches sur le Paléolithique supérieur de la Moldavie
Otte, Marcel ULg; López Bayón, Ignacio; Noiret, Pierre ULg et al

in Anthropologica et Praehistorica : Bulletin de la Société Royale Belge d'Anthropologie et de Préhistoire (1996), 107

The Moldavian sequence is an illustration of all the phases of the Upper Palaeolithic. It starts with archaic industries (with bifacial foliate points), then is going on with local Aurignacian industries ... [more ▼]

The Moldavian sequence is an illustration of all the phases of the Upper Palaeolithic. It starts with archaic industries (with bifacial foliate points), then is going on with local Aurignacian industries, and finally show a very intensive development of Gravettian industries. Its geographical position gives it a key-position for the study of the relationships between the hills of Central Europe and the wide eastern plains. [less ▲]

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