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Bird exploitation from the epigravettian site of Riparo Dalmeri (Trento, Italy)
Quaternary International ( IF 2.003 ) Pub Date : 2020-11-20 , DOI: 10.1016/j.quaint.2020.11.026
Ivana Fiore; Monica Gala; Giampaolo Dalmeri; Rossella Duches; Antonio Tagliacozzo

Riparo Dalmeri is an Epigravettian high altitude rock shelter, seasonally occupied for specialized ibex hunting. Its occupation pattern indicates the mobility of human groups from the lowlands to the mountains, in order to exploit a territory which is inaccessible during the winter. This work presents the results of the taphonomic study carried out on the bird bone assemblages from Riparo Dalmeri, where birds play a secondary role as an economic resource, when compared to the intense seasonal exploitation of ibex. Despite its small size, the bird bone assemblage still provides valuable ecological information as well as information about anthropic traces connected with food exploitation and other resources. The most common human modifications detected on the bird bones are those related to butchery: stone tool cut-marks, fresh bone fracture, peeling, crushing, wrenching, and, more rarely, notches or chop-marks. Localized burning traces have also been detected.

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