La cueva de Chaves (Bastarás, Huesca): 15 000 años de ocupación prehistórica
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The Chaves cave is located in the central Pyrenees, in the province of Huesca. It is one of the most important Neolithic sites in the northeast of the Iberian Peninsula, also presenting powerful occupations during the Upper Solutrean and the Upper / Final Magdalenian (MSF). The archaeological works in the cavity began in 1975 and continued until the site was destroyed in 2007. We show here a synthesis of all the work related to each of the phases of this site. Thanks to the ample space excavated, we suggest different areas of activity within the cavity. Finally, we study the possible contacts and mobility of the different settlers over time, both in the Pyrenees and throughout the western Mediterranean.
Trabajos de Prehistoria, Vol. 75, no. 2 (2018).
Solutrense, Magdalenian, Neolithic Ancient Cardial, Pre-Pyrenees, Iberian Peninsula, Radiocarbon
Solutrense; Magdalenian; Neolithic Ancient Cardial; Pre-Pyrenees; Iberian Peninsula; Radiocarbon
Miranda, Pilar U. and Lorente, Rafael L., "La cueva de Chaves (Bastarás, Huesca): 15 000 años de ocupación prehistórica" (2018). KIP Articles. 1190.