Le second Mésolithique d'Europe occidentale : origines et gradient chronologique

Abstract : During the 7th millennium before Christ, the composition of Mesolithic assemblages is marked by a major change which can be observed throughout the entire European continent. This change took place in a very rapid manner. The aim of the present research is to determine possible origins of this phenomenon and to define the chronological stages of its spread. Equally, we are also trying to understand its proper nature: introduction of a new technical concept or migration of culturally distinct human groups?
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Thomas Perrin, Grégor Marchand, Pierre Allard, Didier Binder, Carmine Collina, et al.. Le second Mésolithique d'Europe occidentale : origines et gradient chronologique. Annales de la Fondation Fyssen, Fondation Fyssen, 2009, 24, pp.160-176. ⟨hal-00476237⟩



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