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dc.contributor.authorAlmeida, Miguel-
dc.contributor.authorDimuccio, Luca-
dc.contributor.authorAubry, Thierry-
dc.contributor.authorNeves, Maria João-
dc.contributor.authorCunha, Lúcio-
dc.identifier.citationPublicações da Associação Portuguesa de Geomorfólogos. 3 (2006) 205-210-
dc.description.abstractThe archaeological small site of Gândara do Outil 1 supplied a litic industry on surface deserving of a preliminary attribution to the recent Aurinhacense (~ 28.000 BP) that it contrasts with the rarity of the archaeological register of the initial Upper Palaeolithic period in western peninsular. This attribution also assumed significant relevance for the understanding of the sedimentary sequence and geomorphological evolution of the region, nominated for making possible the dating of the sedimentary deposits were archaeological material are included. The soundings however carried through would disclose the inclusion of the archaeological material in a typical sedimentary sequence of the region, but of argued chronology, debate that also will benefit of the accomplishment of a program of dating that it collates resulted of the applicable methods.en_US
dc.publisherAssociação Portuguesa de Geomorfólogosen_US
dc.relation.ispartofseriesPublicações da APGeomen_US
dc.subjectSítio Arqueológicoen_US
dc.subjectGândara de Outil 1en_US
dc.titleEnquadramento geomorfológico e crono-cultural do sítio arqueológico de Gândara do Outil 1en_US
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