Les sites préhistoriques d'abattage et de traitement de bisons: nouvelles perspectives de recherche
This paper presents a synthesis of European prehistoric research concerning sites dominated by large bovids and discusses new research perspectives for these sites. An outline for the comparative analysis of bison kill and butchery sites from North American and European contexts is presented. These butchery and processing areas represent a precious source of information for furthering our understanding of past human behaviour, particularly past hunter-gatherer subsistence strategies.
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