Radiocarbon dating and isotope analysis on the purported Aurignacian skeletal remains from Fontana Nuova (Ragusa, Italy)

Theis Jensen, 2018 (updated 2020)

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Introduction

Radiocarbon dating and isotope analysis on the purported Aurignacian skeletal remains from Fontana Nuova (Ragusa, Italy)

ZooMS peptide mass fingerprinting conducted on eight faunal remains from Fontana Nuova (Regusa, Italy), in order to obtain species identification. This was done to verify the previous zooarchaeological assessment. The work will be described in detail a forthcoming article.