The nature of human activity at Cae Gwyn and Ffynnon Beuno caves and the dating of prey and predator presences

S Aldhouse-Green, Robert Dinnis, K. Scott, E Walker

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Abstract

The adjoining caves of Cae Gwyn and Ffynnon Beuno are situated in the Vale of Clwyd, North Wales. The caves wereexcavated in the 1880s and both yielded hyaena den faunas co-stratified with Palaeolithic artefacts. The aim of the present study is to reassess the nature and use of the artefacts and to define the chronologies of the use of these caves byhumans and other carnivores.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNo Stone Unturned
Subtitle of host publicationPapers in Honour of Roger Jacobi
EditorsNick Ashton, C Harris
Pages77-92
Publication statusPublished - Feb 2015

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