Azilian

Archaeological period following the close of the Old Stone (Palaeolithic) Age and regarded as the earliest culture of the Mesolithic Age in Western Europe. It w ...
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Azilian

Azilian: see Mesolithic period.
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Azilian

Azilian describes a Palaeolithic culture of Spain and south-west France that can be dated to the 10th millennium BC. It is characterised by flat bone harpoons and schematically painted pebbles.
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Azilian

Archaeological period following the close of the Old Stone (Palaeolithic) Age and regarded as the earliest culture of the Mesolithic Age in Western Europe. It was first recognized at Le Mas d'Azil, a cave in Ariège, France
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Azilian

The Azilian is a name given by archaeologists to an industry of the Epipaleolithic in northern Spain and southern France. It probably dates to the period of the Allerød Oscillation around 12,000 years ago (uncalibrated) and followed the Magdalenian culture. Archaeologists think the Azilian represents the tail end of the Magdalenian as the warming...
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