Medianero F.J.,Escuela Taller Parque Guadalteba y Red Patrimonio Guadalteba |
Ramos J.,University of Cadiz |
Palmqvist P.,University of Malaga |
Weniger G.,Stiftung Neanderthal Museum |
And 17 more authors.
Quaternary International | Year: 2011
Cleaning works in the cave of Las Palomas in Teba (Málaga, Spain), developed by the Guadalteba Consortium, have provided a number of lithic tools and knapping products that may be ascribed to the Mode III technotypological tradition as well as remains of a number of large mammal species typical of Middle-Late Pleistocene times. Topographic measurements help to place this ancient cave within a karst landform. This discovery opens up new perspectives in the research on the Neanderthal groups that inhabited the valleys of Guadalteba and Turón rivers in the middle basin of the Guadalhorce River, and thus in the southern region of the Iberian Peninsula. © 2011 Elsevier Ltd and INQUA. Source