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Mikulov Anthropology Meeting II. 11th-12th October 2018, Mikulov - Pavlov. Book of Abstracts
Boriová, Soňa ; Novák, Martin ; Sázelová, Sandra
The volume presents abstracts of the conference lectures from interdisciplinary conference MAM II (Mikulov Anthropology Meeting) - contributions from the field of anthropology (in its widest and interdisciplinary meaning), Paleolithic archaeology, Quaternary geology, paleontology, ecology, and other related disciplines concerning the study of Pleistocene and Holocene, especially news and information based on recent field and laboratory research, results of preliminary analysis and reports or newly published studies.
Camps and waters: Malý Medvědí Tábor as part of a North Bohemian Mesolithic landscape
Svoboda, Jiří ; Novák, J. ; Novák, Martin ; Pokorný, P. ; Sázelová, Sandra
The paper introduces a newly discovered Mesolithic rock shelter Malý medvědí tabor, located in the canyon of the Svitávka River. The excavation revealed intact Mesolithic layers, rich in charcoals and a hearth feature outlined by sandstone blocks. Analyses of the environmental data, fauna, and lithic artefacts are included. In sum, the occupation of the rock shelter was rather episodic, nevertheless the site is of domestic character, as suggested by the richness and character of artefacts. The surrounding vegetation can be reconstructed as a sparse pine forests with common spread of hazel, oak and early successional vegetation with aspen and birch. Given a presence of a nearby peat-bog at Velenice, this new site serves as an important reference point for prehistoric human presence in the Svitavka river valley.
Detecting the children zone at the abandoned Nenets campsites: An ethnoarchaeological example from the Polar Ural Mts., Russia
Sázelová, Sandra ; Svoboda, Jiří ; Novák, Martin
The paper presents an ethnoarcheological approach to questions arising from archaeological studies of Upper Paleolithic settlements in Europe concerning the role of children and their activities in site formation processes. Within surveyed micro-region at Yangana Pe, they were recorded and documented several Nenets abandoned campsites with traces of childreln's play. During the play, Nenets children create specific patterns, usually detectable within the domestic and activity zones of abandoned campsites. In order to interpret them in context, supplementary ethnoarcheological evidence should be incorporated and evaluated.

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