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Volume 108, n° 3-4
pages 395-406 (juillet-octobre 2004)
Doi : 10.1016/j.anthro.2004.10.005
La place du Baradostien dans l'origine du Paléolithique supérieur d'Eurasie
The significance of the Baradostian in the origin of the Upper Paleolithic of Eurasia

Marcel Otte a, , Janusz K. Kozłowski b
a Université de Liège, 7, place du XX août, bâtiment A1, 4000 Liège, Belgique  
b Université de Cracovie, ul. Golebia 11, 31007 Cracovie, Pologne  

*Auteur correspondant.

Le « Baradostien » du Zagros appartient clairement aux traditions aurignaciennes ; antérieur à celles du Levant, il semble aujourd'hui postérieur à celles des Balkans. Le territoire aurignacien s'étend donc largement, du Portugal à l'Afghanistan. Gigantesque, profond et complexe, le phénomène aurignacien ne peut être réduit en termes simples, habituellement satisfaisants pour les « cultures » plus restreintes. Un mode opératoire neuf doit être élaboré dans l'appréhension d'un processus évidemment lié aux origines de l'Homme moderne.

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The Zagros “Baradostian” clearly belongs to Aurignacian traditions; earlier than traditions in the Levant, it now seems to be later than those in the Balkans. The Aurignacian territory is thus even larger than previously considered, extending from Portugal to Afghanistan. Enormous, profound and complex, the Aurignacian phenomenon cannot be reduced to simple terms, habitually sufficient for “cultures” more limited in range. A new operational mode must be developed to explain a process clearly associated with the origins of modern humans.

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Mots clés : Aurignacien, Zagros, Homme moderne, Eurasie, Baradostien

Keywords : Aurignacian, Zagros, Modern man, Eurasia, Baradostian

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