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Archaeozoological Analysis of Large Mammals of Chokurka I Unit IV

Abstract : The bone material of Chokurcha Unit IV is not abundant given the depth of the deposit and excavated area; the number of faunal remains varies from 38 to 2,7/7 depending on the level. The richest levels of Unit IV are IV-M, IV-O, IV-I, IV-F, IV-B, and IV-Q (Figure 22-/). Since there is significant bone fragmentation, the total number of identifiable remains is very low—less than 20% (Figure 22-2). The estimate for the number of individuals for identified species in each level indicates that there is a dearth in bone material for all levels. The number of individuals in each level is also fairly low, ranging from one to twelve.
Mots-clés : Faunal remains Chokurcha
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Marylène Patou-Mathis. Archaeozoological Analysis of Large Mammals of Chokurka I Unit IV. Victor P. Chabai, Katherine Monigal, Anthony E. Marks. The Paleolithic of Crimea, III

The Middle Paleolithic and Early Upper Paleolithic of Eastern Crimea
, ERAUL 104, pp.355-370, 2004. ⟨halshs-00348378⟩



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