Palaeolithic industries with bifacial technologies and Crimean Micoquian Tradition as one of their Middle Palaeolithic industrial examples
This paper discusses various aspects of Palaeolithic industries having bifacial tool traditions, with an emphasis on Middle Palaeolithic Micoquian materials in Crimea (Ukraine).
Open-air site complex with leaf-points at Szécsénke (Cserhát Mountains, Northern Hungary), Preliminary results
Raw material, typology and land-use hypothesis about an open-air Palaeolithic site cluster at Szécsénke, Hungary
New excavations at the Szeleta Cave. – A Szeletien kultúra névadó lelőhelyén, a Szeleta-barlangban új kutatás indult.
Since 2001, systematic field walking surveys take place in the Cserhát mountains, Hungary. Many new sites were recovered, the material from Legénd-Káldy-tanya belongs to the Micoquian – Bábonyian sphere. Now we add an other site, Szécsénke-Kis-Ferenc-hegy to the published collections.