Honor Among Thieves: A Zoo Archeological Study of Neanderthal Ecology

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Mary Stiner uses ecological niche theory to analyze and interpret several Middle Paleolithic archaeological and paleontological sites in southern Europe. Her concern is with how the hunting, scavenging and foraging behavior of Neandertals compared and contrasted with the subsistence behavior of other large predators living in the region at the time--lions, hyenas, and wolves, for example--and with how Neandertal subsistence behavior related to the behavior of the anatomically modern humans who subsequently came to dominate ...

Honor Among Thieves: A Zoo Archeological Study of Neanderthal Ecology 1994, Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ

ISBN-13: 9780691034560

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