The hunting of horses by Magdalenians and Early Aziliens in the Paris Basin has never before been the object of a detailed study. This work thus brings to light the interactions between these human societies and the populations of horses within the palaeo-environmental framework of the Late Glacial. The original approach developed here is based on the elaboration of palaeo-ecological models concerning hunting practices in terms of tactics and strategies of hunting. Analysis of the exploitation of horses allows the author to highlight socio-economic patterns of Magdalenian and Early Azilian groups, and their integration within the Late Glacial regional landscape of the Paris Basin.Larsson, Thomas B. 1999, aquot;The Transmission of an Elite Ideology - Europe and the Near East in the Second Millennium BCaquot;, ... Lauter, Hans 1989, aquot;Die protomykenische Burg auf Kiapha Thiti in Attikaaquot;, in Robert Laffineur (ed.) ... A Spectrum of Problems and Perspectives in Contemporary Research, Oxford, 323- 333. ... Osgood, Richard 2006, aquot;The Dead of Tomarton: Bronze Age Combat Victims?aquot;, in Tonanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Aegean Bronze Age in relation to the wider European context|
|Author||:||European Association of Archaeologists. Meeting, Helène Whittaker von Hofsten|
|Publisher||:||British Archaeological Reports Ltd - 2008|