Updating Neanderthals: Understanding Behavioral Complexity in the Late Middle Paleolithic - Francesca Romagnoli; Florent Rivals; Stefano Benazzi; | Foyles Bookstore
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Updating Neanderthals: Understanding Behavioral Complexity in the Late Middle Paleolithic
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Updating Neanderthals: Understanding Behavioral Complexity in the Late Middle Paleolithic (Paperback)

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Updating Neanderthals: Understanding Behavioral Complexity in the Late Middle Paleolithic provides comprehensive knowledge on Neanderthals who lived throughout the European and Asian continents. The book synthesizes historical information about the study of Middle Paleolithic populations and presents current debates about their genetics, subsistence, technology, social and cognitive behaviors. It focuses on the last phase of Neanderthal settlements and presents the main patterns of modern humans across Europe. Written by international experts on the Middle Paleolithic who have conducted innovative studies in the last three decades, this book explores the implications of interactions between different human species, including Neanderthals, Denisovans and Sapiens.



In addition, the book discusses the diversity and variability of human adaptations and behaviors in the changing climate and environment of the Late Pleistocene, and the relationship between these behaviors, demography and cognitive capabilities.

Natural World & The EnvironmentAgriculture & farmingAnimal husbandryAnimal breedingScience & MathematicsBiology, life sciencesLife sciences: general issues Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc Publication Date: 01/04/2022 ISBN-13: 9780128214282  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Francesca Romagnoli, PhD, is an Assistant Professor at the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Madrid, Spain. She is specialized in the study of Neanderthal socio-economy. Her research is aimed at understanding adaptations and diversity of cultural behaviors in European Neanderthals, with a special focus in coastal adaptations. She has published innovative research on Neanderthal shell technology, site formation processes, and the relationships between human mobility, technological costs, and stone tool resources. Florent Rivals, PhD, ICREA is a Research Professor at the Institut Catala de Paleoecologia Humana i Evolucio Social, Tarragona, Spain. He is specialized in the study of Neanderthal paleoecology. His research focuses on the impact of climate-driven environmental changes on humans, and Neanderthals in particular. He has published significant papers aimed to reconstruct ancient environments, tracking shifts related to climatic changes, and understanding hominin behavioral strategies in different ecological settings. Stefano Benazzi, PhD, is a Full Professor at the University of Bologna, Department of Cultural Heritage, in Bologna, Italy. He is specialized in the study of Neanderthal skeletal morphology. His research is aimed at understanding the time and mode of the biological and cultural shifts that led to the demise of the autochthonous Neanderthals and their replacement by modern humans. He has published significant papers aimed to assess the taxonomical affiliation of isolated human teeth, to evaluate Neanderthal and modern human morphological variability, and to track the earliest arrival of modern humans in Europe.

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