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Volume 71, No. 4

Studies on the Solutrean: Human Adaptations  during the Last Glacial Maximum in SW Europe.  Proceedings of a Commission VIII Symposium, XVII Congress of the International Union for Pre- and Protohistoric Sciences, Burgos, Spain, September 2014.  Lawrence Guy Straus, Organizer & Editor.

Central Iberia around the Last Glacial Maximum: Hopes and Prospects
Manuel Alcaraz-Castaño

Adaptation to Resources and Environments during the Last Glacial Maximum by Hunter-gatherer Societies in Atlantic Europe
Thierry Aubry, Luis Luis, Javier Mangado Llach, Henrique Matias

Away from the Edges: A New Solutrean Site in Interior Iberia.  Foz do Medal Left Bank, Sabor Valley, Northeast Portugal
Rita Gaspar, João Ferreira, Francisco Molina Hernández, Francisco García-Vallido, Paulo Rebelo, Nuno Neto

The Solutrean Site of Ambrosio Cave (Almería, Spain): New Perspectives from Sergio Ripoll López and Francisco J. Muñoz Ibañez

Beyond Solutrean point types: technological organization and behavioral implications
Isabell Schmidt

The Human Occupation of Southwestern Europe during the Last Glacial Maximum: Solutrean Cultural Adaptations in France and Iberia
Lawrence Guy Straus

Volume 72, No. 1

A “High Intimacy” Language in the Atlantic: Radio and Purism in the Faroe Islands
Stephen Pax Leonard

Not Only Flint: Levallois on Quartzite and Limestone at Abrigo de la Quebrada (Valencia, Spain): Implications for Neandertal Behavior
Aleix Eixea, Valentín Villaverde, and João Zilhão

From Cave to Village: Social Structure and the Development of Architectural Landscape
Nabil Ali

XLI JAR Distinguished Lecture, Hard Times in Dry Lands: Apocalypse in the Southwest, or Business as Usual?
Debra L. Martin

Volume 72, No. 2

Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting among the Wardei of Wenje Division, Tana River County, Kenya: Practice, Effects and Prospects for Alternative Rites of Passage.
D. N. Sifuna, O. Abagi, and N. M. Waskike



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