|OldStoneAge.Com - Paleolithic Research on the Web|
|The Grotte des Contrebandiers or Smuggler's Cave contains a sequence from the Moroccan Mousterian through the Upper Paleolithic and has yielded human remains. Originally excavated nearly 50 years ago, new excavations started here in 2006 and have resulted in the discovery of additional human remains.|
|Roc de Marsal is a Middle Paleolithic cave in southwest France. It was excavated by an amateur until 1971 and is best known for a Neandertal fossil. New OSA excavations began there in 2004.|
Egypt is a best known for its Egyptological
finds. Recently, we started a project in the High Desert behind
historic period Abydos to find and analyze Paleolithic sites.
This web site reports on the first survey season in 2000.
|Pech de l'Azé IV is a Middle Paleolithic rock-shelter excavated by François Bordes during the 1970s. Stone tool industries are mostly classic Mousterian but there is also a peculiar Levallois industry that Bordes called Asinipodian. This web site reports on our effort to clean, catalogue, study, and publish this important site and its collections.|
|Combe-Capelle Bas is an open-air, Middle Paleolithic site. It was known primarily from the excavations of Henri-Marc Ami. This web site, however, reports the results of new excavations undertaken Dibble and Lenoir during the late 80s and early 90s.|
|Fontéchevade is a classic cave site excavated by Germaine Henri-Martin. It is famous for its Tayacian stone tool industry and for two hominid fragments. This web site reports on our new excavations at the site.|
|Cagny-l'Epinette is one of the classic sites on the terraces of the Somme Valley in northern France. It has been excavated for over a decade by a team led by Alain Tuffreau. Over four years in the early 1990s, we excavated, in collaboration with Tuffreau, one of the levels thought to be a living floor. This brief site includes the publication of our findings.|
Excavations of Anta Montet-White
We are hosting several web sites developed by Anta Montet-White to distribute information and data concerning several of her projects. This work is on-going.|
|Le Malpas is an Upper Paleolithic site in southwest France where excavations in the late 1960s revealed Solutrean and Late Gravettian assemblages.|
|Solutré is one of the classic Upper Paleolithic sites and the name site for the Solutrean. The most recent excavations have now been published and are reported on here.|
|The 1970s excavations by the Museum of Sarajevo and the University of Kansas at the Northern Bosnia site of Kadar are reported here.|