The North European Plain and Eastern Sub-Balticum between 12, 700 and 8,000 bp

  • Romuald Schild
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Abstract

More than a decade has passed since I published an overview of the Terminal Paleolithic of the North European Plain (Schild 1984). During this time, several new prehistoric sites appeared, but my early statement that the North European Plain was not the promised land for archaeologists, particularly those interested in the Terminal Paleolithic, seems to be still valid. Stratified sites with good organic preservation remain rare commodities. Only the pace of destruction of sites increased exponentially Indeed, during this period, there was no major breakthrough in prehistoric research in the North European Plain that would dramatically alter our ideas about the past. On the other hand, it would not be right to say that nothing has happened. The necessary rethinking of old ideas, however, has come from paleoclimatology, dendrochronology, isotope dating, and paleobiology, rather than from archaeology.

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Europe Cretaceous Holocene Excavation Fishing 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Romuald Schild
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  1. 1.Institute of Archaeology and EthnologyPolish Academy of SciencesWarsawPoland

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