From the Atlantic to Beyond the Bug River
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Grimm, Sonja B. et al. (Eds.): From the Atlantic to Beyond the Bug River: Finding and Defining the Federmesser-Gruppen / Azilian, Heidelberg: Propylaeum, 2020 (RGZM – Tagungen, Vol. 40).

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Sonja B. Grimm, Ludovic Mevel, Iwona Sobkowiak-Tabaka and Mara-Julia Weber (Eds.)

From the Atlantic to Beyond the Bug River

Finding and Defining the Federmesser-Gruppen / Azilian

RGZM – Tagungen

A session entitled »From the Atlantic to beyond the Bug River– Finding and defining the Federmesser-Gruppen / Azilian on the North European Plain and adjacent areas« was held at the 17th congress of the
Union Internationale des Sciences Préhistoriques et Protohistoriques in September 2014 in Burgos on behalf
of the U.I.S.P.P. commission »The Final Palaeolithic of Northern Eurasia«. In this volume we present some of the contributions to this session that explore different aspects of the behaviour of mid-Lateglacial hunter-gatherer groups in Western and Central Europe as a beginning for comparing the differently defined archaeological  nits. How distinct and / or related were those groups over time and space?

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