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Upper Palaeolithic fibre technology: interlaced woven finds from Pavlov I, Czech Republic, c. 26,000 years ago

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  02 January 2015

James M. Adovasio
Affiliation:
Mercyhurst Archaeological Institute, Mercyhurst College, Erie (PA) 16546, USA
Olga Soffer
Affiliation:
Department of Anthropology, University of Illinois, Urbana (IL) 61801, USA
Bohuslav Klíma
Affiliation:
Archoelogický Ustav ČAV, Kralovopolska 147, Brno 612000, Czech Republic

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The later Palaeolithic sites of Moravia, the region of the Czech Republic west of Prague and north of Vienna, continue to provide remarkable new materials. To the art mobilier for which Dolní Věstonice and Pavlov have been celebrated, there has recently been added the technologies of groundstone and ceramics — and now woven materials, interlaced basketry or textiles, again of a kind one expects only from a quite later era.

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