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See detailNew data from the Aurignacian at Trou Al'Wesse (Belgium)
Flas, Damien ULiege; Miller, Rebecca; Stewart, John et al

Conference (2018, June 07)

The Meuse River basin yielded an important record of Aurignacian occupations, but mostly from ancient excavations. Among these caves that have been excavated at the end of the XIXth century, Trou Al’Wesse ... [more ▼]

The Meuse River basin yielded an important record of Aurignacian occupations, but mostly from ancient excavations. Among these caves that have been excavated at the end of the XIXth century, Trou Al’Wesse has been the object of new works during the last years. New Aurignacian material has been discovered, in a better established context, and permit to get more precise ideas about the Aurignacian occupation(s) of this site and to put it in perspective with the Aurignacian record of North-West Europe. [less ▲]

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See detailÎle de Pâques. Effondrement, images et enquêtes archéologiques
Cauwe, Nicolas ULiege; Flas, Damien ULiege

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See detailThe Gravettian sequence in Belgium: new observations from several key sites
Touzé, Olivier ULiege; Flas, Damien ULiege; Noiret, Pierre ULiege

Conference (2018, April 12)

In his founding work published at the end of the 1970s, Marcel Otte defined three typological facies within the Gravettian in Belgium (Otte, 1979). However, because chronological data were extremely ... [more ▼]

In his founding work published at the end of the 1970s, Marcel Otte defined three typological facies within the Gravettian in Belgium (Otte, 1979). However, because chronological data were extremely limited at the time, the question of the potential temporal value of these facies was left open. It was not until the round table in Les Eyzies-de-Tayac in 2004 that the accumulation of stratigraphic observations and radiocarbon dates allowed defining their chronological order and proposing a reconstruction of the Belgian Gravettian sequence (Otte and Noiret, 2007). The three typological facies were then tied together in an evolutionary model based on several particular tool types that appeared within the earliest facies and persisted all the way until the most recent facies. However, this persistence of fossiles directeurs is only visible at cave sites, which are the most Gravettian sites in Belgium. Building on the recently collected data on the open-air settlements of Maisières-Canal and Station de l’Hermitage, as well as on the caves and the Upper Shelter of Goyet, we propose to revise the classical seriation of the Belgian Gravettian. We can distinguish two main phases with more or less well-defined limits: a well-documented early phase that includes two distinct and clearly defined technological traditions is followed by a “recent” phase that is characterized by several typological markers but remains otherwise poorly known. In fact, no reference site is available at present for the “recent” Gravettian in Belgium. Instead, this phase is represented only at cave sites where the artefacts that can attributed to it are very often mixed with other chrono-cultural markers, including those belonging to the traditions of the early phase of the Gravettian. Bibliography OTTE M., 1979. Le Paléolithique supérieur ancien en Belgique. Bruxelles: Musée royaux d'Art et d'Histoire (Monographies d'Archéologie nationales, 5), 684 p. OTTE M., NOIRET P., 2007. Le Gravettien du Nord-ouest de l’Europe. In: Le Gravettien: entités régionales d'une paléoculture européenne, Actes de la Table ronde, Les Eyzies-de-Tayac, juillet 2004 (Paléo, 19), p. 243-255. [less ▲]

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See detailEspéce(s) de Cro-Magnon
Bon, C.; Coye, N.; Détroit, F. et al

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See detailReassessment of the Lower Palaeolithic (Acheulean) presence in the western Tien Shan
Kolobova, K.; Flas, Damien ULiege; Krivoshapkin, A. et al

in Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences (2018), 10(3), 615-631

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See detailRadiocarbon dating the Aurignacian sequence at Isturitz (France): Implications for the timing and development of the Proto-Aurignacian and Early Aurignacian in western Europe
Barshay-Szmidt, Carolyn; Normand, Christian; Flas, Damien ULiege et al

in Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports (2018), 17

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See detailL’occupation gravettienne de Goyet: nouvelles observations et contribution à la sériation du Gravettien en Belgique
Touzé, Olivier ULiege; Noiret, Pierre ULiege; Flas, Damien ULiege

Conference (2017, December 16)

Dans son travail fondateur publié à la fin des années 1970, Marcel Otte définissait trois grands faciès typologiques au sein du Gravettien de Belgique (Otte, 1979). Le caractère extrêmement parcellaire ... [more ▼]

Dans son travail fondateur publié à la fin des années 1970, Marcel Otte définissait trois grands faciès typologiques au sein du Gravettien de Belgique (Otte, 1979). Le caractère extrêmement parcellaire des données chronologiques disponibles à l’époque laissait cependant ouverte la question de leur éventuelle valeur temporelle. Il faut attendre la Table ronde des Eyzies-de-Tayac en 2004 pour que l’accumulation d’observations stratigraphiques et de datations radiocarbones permettent d’agencer ces faciès dans le temps, et ainsi de proposer une reconstitution de la séquence gravettienne belge (Otte & Noiret, 2007). Ces faciès sont alors liés les uns aux autres par un système de filiation défini à partir de certains types d’outils particuliers apparaissant avec les faciès les plus anciens, et perdurant jusqu’aux faciès les plus récents. Toutefois, ce phénomène de persistance de « fossiles directeurs » est reconnu uniquement dans les sites de grottes, par ailleurs largement majoritaires en Belgique, et parmi lesquels les sites de Goyet figurent parmi les plus importants. Au regard des données récemment collectées sur d’autres gisements, en particulier les sites de plein air de Maisières-Canal et de la Station de l’Hermitage, le réexamen des principaux marqueurs gravettiens identifiés dans les grottes et l’Abri supérieur de Goyet suggère cependant la présence de plusieurs composantes gravettiennes. En conséquence, nous proposons dans cette communication : - d’interpréter la coexistence de certains fossiles directeurs spécifiques comme le résultat du mélange de plusieurs occupations gravettiennes, - de déterminer en quoi les sites de Goyet peuvent contribuer à préciser l’état de nos connaissances sur la séquence gravettienne en Belgique. Bibliographie OTTE M., 1979. Le Paléolithique supérieur ancien en Belgique. Bruxelles : Musée royaux d'Art et d'Histoire (Monographies d'Archéologie nationales, 5), 684 p. OTTE M., NOIRET P., 2007. Le Gravettien du Nord-ouest de l’Europe. In : Le Gravettien : entités régionales d'une paléoculture européenne, Actes de la Table ronde, Les Eyzies-de-Tayac, juillet 2004 (Paléo, 19), pp. 243-255. [less ▲]

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See detailArchéologie des derniers Néandertaliens et des premiers Homo sapiens sapiens dans le Nord de l’Europe
Flas, Damien ULiege

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See detailIn Terra Incognita : Préhistoire d’Homo sapiens sapiens en Asie centrale et septentrionale
Flas, Damien ULiege

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See detailLa Troisième caverne de Goyet en Belgique : un site exceptionnel ayant livré des restes néandertaliens et des restes humains modernes du Paléolithique supérieur
Rougier, H.; Crevecoeur, I.; Beauval, C. et al

Conference (2016, December 12)

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See detailPleistocene mitochondrial genomes suggest a single major dispersal of non-Africans and a Late Glacial population turnover in Europe
Posth, C.; Renaud, G.; Mittnik, A. et al

in Current Biology (2016), 26(6), 827-833

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See detailThe genetic history of Ice Age Europe
Fu, Q.; Posth, C.; Hajdinjak, M. et al

in Nature (2016), 534

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See detailNeandertal cannibalism and Neandertal bones used as tools in Northern Europe
Rougier, H.; Crevecoeur, I.; Beauval, C. et al

in Scientific Reports (2016)

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See detailTrou du Renard and the Belgian Aurignacian
Dinnis, Rob; Flas, Damien ULiege

in Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society (2016), 82

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See detailEffondrement culturel à l'île de Pâques ? Ce qu'en dit l'archéologie.
Flas, Damien ULiege; Cauwe, Nicolas ULiege

Conference given outside the academic context (2015)

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See detailFirst evidence of Neandertal cannibalism in Northern Europe: the case of the “Troisieme Caverne” of Goyet (Belgium)
Rougier, H.; Crevecoeur, I.; Beauval, C. et al

Conference (2015, April 15)

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