The Homotherium Finds from Schöningen 13II-4
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Conard, Nicholas J. et al. (Eds.): The Homotherium Finds from Schöningen 13II-4: Man and Big Cats of the Ice Age. Contributions of the scientific workshop at the paläon (Schöningen) from 05.06 to 07.06.2015, Heidelberg: Propylaeum, 2022 (Forschungen zur Urgeschichte aus dem Tagebau Schöningen, Vol. 4). https://doi.org/10.11588/propylaeum.1006

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Nicholas J. Conard, Henning Hassmann, Kurt Felix Hillgruber, Jordi Serangeli and Thomas Terberger (Eds.)

The Homotherium Finds from Schöningen 13II-4

Man and Big Cats of the Ice Age. Contributions of the scientific workshop at the paläon (Schöningen) from 05.06 to 07.06.2015

Forschungen zur Urgeschichte aus dem Tagebau Schöningen

Big cats, including sabre-toothed cats, are for many people the symbol of a dangerous predator. In 2012, the first remains of the European sabre-toothed cats were discovered at the approximately 300,000 year old site of Schöningen, famous for mankind’s oldest wooden weapons. As a result of this discovery, a two-day scientific workshop was held in Schöningen in 2015 titled »The Homotherium finds from Schöningen 13II-4 and big cats of the Ice Age«. This volume is based on the lectures of this workshop and presents an overview of a topic that is crucial for human development, our coexistence with big cats. The aim of this volume is to address the various topics surrounding the European sabre-toothed cat. This includes the circumstances of their extinction, comparisons to extant big cats and their relationship to past humans.

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Nicholas J. Conard, Henning Hassmann, Kurt Felix Hillgruber, Jordi Serangeli, Thomas Terberger
Foreword / Vorwort
Ivo Verheijen, Jordi Serangeli, André Ramcharan, Britt Starkovich, Thijs van Kolfschoten