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II-1. Chasseurs-cueilleurs et agriculteurs face aux changements climatiques : adaptation et Développement durable
IV-2. Becoming Specialists. From Imitation to Professionalism: A Palaeolithic to Neolithic Perspective.
III-3 (CA). Construire des référentiels partagés : Webmapping et archéologie
VII-3. From stratigraphy to stratigraphic excavation in pre- and protohistoric archaeology
XII-1. New Technologies and Analytical Approaches in Traceology
XIII-3. Integrating Ballistics into Archaeology
XIV-2. MIS 13-11: a major transformation in the European Lower Palaeolithic?
XVI-1. The variability of bifacial tools in the Middle Palaeolithic and their importance in the transition to the Upper Palaeolithic in Western Eurasia: raw material, techno-typology, chronology and interactions in their environmental and cultural context.
XVI-9. From North to South; From East to West: regional variability and economic patterns in the Iberian Middle Paleolithic.
XVII-3. Palaeolithic and Mesolithic dwellings and occupation floor structures.
XVII-6. L'approvisionnement en matières premières lithiques pendant le Paléolithique supérieur de l'Eurasie. Approches traditionnels et contributions de l'Archéométrie.
XXV-5. Techniques et technologies des chasseurs-cueilleurs maritimes du littoral américain.
XXVI-1. State of the Art of Archaeology in Southeast Asia.
X-2. Rock-Art Paintings – Binders & Recipes.
XXXIV-7. Archaeologies of warfare in ancient Eurasia. The emergence and consolidation of warrior aristocracies.
XXIII-2. Variability of Late Pleistocene Microlithic Industries in Western North Africa. Recent Interpretations and Perspectives. Essay in Honor of Jacques Tixier.
XXXII-5. Between Economy and Symbolism: approaches to territories in Neolithic Europe.
XXXI-1. Through time, space and species: implication of new discoveries, technological developments and data diffusion improvement in Biological Anthropology.
II-1. Chasseurs-cueilleurs et agriculteurs face aux changements climatiques : adaptation et Développement durable
IV-2. Becoming Specialists. From Imitation to Professionalism: A Palaeolithic to Neolithic Perspective.
III-3 (CA). Construire des référentiels partagés : Webmapping et archéologie
VII-3. From stratigraphy to stratigraphic excavation in pre- and protohistoric archaeology
XII-1. New Technologies and Analytical Approaches in Traceology
XIII-3. Integrating Ballistics into Archaeology
XIV-2. MIS 13-11: a major transformation in the European Lower Palaeolithic?
XVI-1. The variability of bifacial tools in the Middle Palaeolithic and their importance in the transition to the Upper Palaeolithic in Western Eurasia: raw material, techno-typology, chronology and interactions in their environmental and cultural context.
XVI-9. From North to South; From East to West: regional variability and economic patterns in the Iberian Middle Paleolithic.
XVII-3. Palaeolithic and Mesolithic dwellings and occupation floor structures.
XVII-6. L'approvisionnement en matières premières lithiques pendant le Paléolithique supérieur de l'Eurasie. Approches traditionnels et contributions de l'Archéométrie.
XXV-5. Techniques et technologies des chasseurs-cueilleurs maritimes du littoral américain.
XXVI-1. State of the Art of Archaeology in Southeast Asia.
XXVIII-1. The symbols in rock art: a global Reflection for their analysis and Interpretation, from Hunter-gatherers to the production Economy societies.
XXXIV-7. Archaeologies of warfare in ancient Eurasia. The emergence and consolidation of warrior aristocracies.
XXIII-2. Variability of Late Pleistocene Microlithic Industries in Western North Africa. Recent Interpretations and Perspectives. Essay in Honor of Jacques Tixier.
XXXII-5. Between Economy and Symbolism: approaches to territories in Neolithic Europe.
XXXI-1. Through time, space and species: implication of new discoveries, technological developments and data diffusion improvement in Biological Anthropology.
II-2. The impact of Upper Pleistocene climatic and environmental change on hominid occupations and landscape use (130-10 ka)
IV-4. Fire as an artifact: Advances in the study of Paleolithic combustion features
I-1. Techniques, méthodes et théorie de l’archéologie
VII-5. Historiographie de préhistoriens français de la seconde moitié du XX° siècle
XII-2. Searching Traces, Finding People: The Role of Traceology for Reconstructing Human Behaviour
XXXIV-2. La spécialisation des productions et les spécialistes.
XIV-3. The bifacial shaping phenomenon over time and space.
XVI-2. Peopling dynamics in the Mediterranean area between 45 and 39 ky ago: state of art and new data.
XVI-5. The search of small tools by Neanderthals populations in Western Europe.
XVII-7. Crossed views of the Aurignacian: Levantine and Western Europe comparison.
XI-1. Vers une amélioration des outils chronologiques pour la datation des sites du Paléolithique inférieur et moyen en Eurasie
XXV-4. The Pleistocene Peopling of the Americas from a Circum-Pacific Perspective.
XXXIX-1. Perspectives on the Prehistory of Central Asia.
XXVIII-4. Caractérisation, continuités et discontinuités des manifestations graphiques des sociétés préhistoriques.
XXXII-2. Transitions démographiques. Mythes et réalités du Néolithique à l'âge du Bronze.
XXXIII-1. Siliceous rocks: procurement and distribution systems.
XVIII-1. Reindeer or fish? Late Glacial subsistence strategies in the light of new information.
XXXI-1. Through time, space and species: implication of new discoveries, technological developments and data diffusion improvement in Biological Anthropology.
XXII-1. North African and Saharan archaeology recovering from the turmoil: Reconstructing the climate and cultures of the final Pleistocene and Holocene through innovative research strategies and rock art enhancement.
II-2. The impact of Upper Pleistocene climatic and environmental change on hominid occupations and landscape use (130-10 ka)
IV-4. Fire as an artifact: Advances in the study of Paleolithic combustion features
I-1. Techniques, méthodes et théorie de l’archéologie
VII-5. Historiographie de préhistoriens français de la seconde moitié du XX° siècle
XII-2. Searching Traces, Finding People: The Role of Traceology for Reconstructing Human Behaviour
XXXIV-2. La spécialisation des productions et les spécialistes.
XIV-3. The bifacial shaping phenomenon over time and space.
XVI-2. Peopling dynamics in the Mediterranean area between 45 and 39 ky ago: state of art and new data.
XVI-5. The search of small tools by Neanderthals populations in Western Europe.
XVII-7. Crossed views of the Aurignacian: Levantine and Western Europe comparison.
XI-1. Vers une amélioration des outils chronologiques pour la datation des sites du Paléolithique inférieur et moyen en Eurasie
XXXIX-1. Perspectives on the Prehistory of Central Asia.
XXVIII-4. Caractérisation, continuités et discontinuités des manifestations graphiques des sociétés préhistoriques.
XXXII-2. Transitions démographiques. Mythes et réalités du Néolithique à l'âge du Bronze.
XXXIII-1. Siliceous rocks: procurement and distribution systems.
XVIII-1. Reindeer or fish? Late Glacial subsistence strategies in the light of new information.
XXII-1. North African and Saharan archaeology recovering from the turmoil: Reconstructing the climate and cultures of the final Pleistocene and Holocene through innovative research strategies and rock art enhancement.
XXXI-1. Through time, space and species: implication of new discoveries, technological developments and data diffusion improvement in Biological Anthropology.
XXV-4. The Pleistocene Peopling of the Americas from a Circum-Pacific Perspective.
I-2. Paléolithique inférieur et moyen
IV-4. Fire as an artifact: Advances in the study of Paleolithic combustion features
III-2 (CA). Données 3D en archéologie et nuages de points denses : vers de nouveaux objets de recherche
VII-5. Historiographie de préhistoriens français de la seconde moitié du XX° siècle
XII-2. Searching Traces, Finding People: The Role of Traceology for Reconstructing Human Behaviour
XXXIV-2. La spécialisation des productions et les spécialistes.
XIV-3. The bifacial shaping phenomenon over time and space.
XVI-2. Peopling dynamics in the Mediterranean area between 45 and 39 ky ago: state of art and new data.
XVI-6. Cantabrian Spain and surroundings during the Palaeolithic: new data and approaches.
XVII-7. Crossed views of the Aurignacian: Levantine and Western Europe comparison.
XIII-1. Bones, Bodies and Objects - Vectors of symbolic representations
XXXIX-1. Perspectives on the Prehistory of Central Asia.
XXVIII-4. Caractérisation, continuités et discontinuités des manifestations graphiques des sociétés préhistoriques.
IX-1. Resilience of landscape
XXXIII-1. Siliceous rocks: procurement and distribution systems.
XVIII-2. Final Palaeolithic in Eastern Baltic.
XXXI-1. Through time, space and species: implication of new discoveries, technological developments and data diffusion improvement in Biological Anthropology.
XXII-1. North African and Saharan archaeology recovering from the turmoil: Reconstructing the climate and cultures of the final Pleistocene and Holocene through innovative research strategies and rock art enhancement.
II-2. The impact of Upper Pleistocene climatic and environmental change on hominid occupations and landscape use (130-10 ka)
IV-4. Fire as an artifact: Advances in the study of Paleolithic combustion features
III-2 (CA). Données 3D en archéologie et nuages de points denses : vers de nouveaux objets de recherche
VII-5. Historiographie de préhistoriens français de la seconde moitié du XX° siècle
XII-2. Searching Traces, Finding People: The Role of Traceology for Reconstructing Human Behaviour
XXXIV-2. La spécialisation des productions et les spécialistes.
XIV-3. The bifacial shaping phenomenon over time and space.
XVI-2. Peopling dynamics in the Mediterranean area between 45 and 39 ky ago: state of art and new data.
XVI-6. Cantabrian Spain and surroundings during the Palaeolithic: new data and approaches.
XVII-7. Crossed views of the Aurignacian: Levantine and Western Europe comparison.
XIII-1. Bones, Bodies and Objects - Vectors of symbolic representations
XXXIX-1. Perspectives on the Prehistory of Central Asia.
XXVIII-4. Caractérisation, continuités et discontinuités des manifestations graphiques des sociétés préhistoriques.
XXV-4. The Pleistocene Peopling of the Americas from a Circum-Pacific Perspective.
IX-1. Resilience of landscape
XXXIII-2. Flint mines and chipping floors from prehistory to the beginning of the nineteenth century.
XVIII-2. Final Palaeolithic in Eastern Baltic.
XXXI-1. Through time, space and species: implication of new discoveries, technological developments and data diffusion improvement in Biological Anthropology.
XXII-1. North African and Saharan archaeology recovering from the turmoil: Reconstructing the climate and cultures of the final Pleistocene and Holocene through innovative research strategies and rock art enhancement.
II-6. Climato-geographical archeologies of the Americas
XXXIV-8. Peuples, migrations, colonisations : des approches historico-culturelles aux analyses génétiques en archéologie protohistorique, de la néolithisation à la fin de l'âge du Fer.
IV-7. La percussion lancée au Paléolithique : identification de son usage, types d’outils associés et étendue chronologique
VI-2. Documenting the annual cycle of nomadism of Palaeolithic and Mesolithic hunter-gatherers: issues, methods, and case studies
VIII-1. Mapping the past. From sampling sites and landscapes to exploring the “archaeological continuum”
XIV-1. The first European peopling: chronology, behaviour and environment.
XVI-8. Small tools, big problem! Production, action and function of small tools throughout prehistory/Small tools, big problem! Production, geste et fonctionnement des petits outils durant la Préhistoire.
XVI-4. The Origins of Traditions Regionalization in the Palaeolithic – evaluation, evolution and mechanisms.
XVII-1. Adaptations des sociétés du paléolithique supérieur aux climats.
XVII-2. Magdalenian Phases in Cantabria and Aquitaine: What are we talking about.
XXV-1. Préhistoire atlantique de l'Amérique du sud.
XIX-2. Hunter-gatherers confronting the expansion of farming communities.
I-2. Paléolithique inférieur et moyen
XXVIII-3. Au-delà des images: Des nouvelles conceptualisations de l'art préhistorique/ Beyond the images: new conceptualizations of prehistoric art.
XXXV-2. Archaeology in transdisciplinary researches: contributions to a Sustainability Science.
XXXIV-1. Conditions for the adoption of money, crossed contributions from weighted metal to Antic coins.
XXX-1. Interdisciplinary Methods of Research for Bronze and Iron Ages Funerary Monuments (3rd-1 Millennia BC).
XXXII-4. Cross-channel connections from the Neolithic to the Bronze Age.
XXII-2. The Nile Valley in Prehistory – did it play a role in human dispersals?
II-6. Climato-geographical archeologies of the Americas
XXXIV-8. Peuples, migrations, colonisations : des approches historico-culturelles aux analyses génétiques en archéologie protohistorique, de la néolithisation à la fin de l'âge du Fer.
IV-7. La percussion lancée au Paléolithique : identification de son usage, types d’outils associés et étendue chronologique
VI-2. Documenting the annual cycle of nomadism of Palaeolithic and Mesolithic hunter-gatherers: issues, methods, and case studies
VIII-1. Mapping the past. From sampling sites and landscapes to exploring the “archaeological continuum”
XIV-1. The first European peopling: chronology, behaviour and environment.
XVI-8. Small tools, big problem! Production, action and function of small tools throughout prehistory/Small tools, big problem! Production, geste et fonctionnement des petits outils durant la Préhistoire.
XVI-4. The Origins of Traditions Regionalization in the Palaeolithic – evaluation, evolution and mechanisms.
XVII-1. Adaptations des sociétés du paléolithique supérieur aux climats.
XVII-2. Magdalenian Phases in Cantabria and Aquitaine: What are we talking about.
XXV-1. Préhistoire atlantique de l'Amérique du sud.
XIX-2. Hunter-gatherers confronting the expansion of farming communities.
I-2. Paléolithique inférieur et moyen
XXVIII-3. Au-delà des images: Des nouvelles conceptualisations de l'art préhistorique/ Beyond the images: new conceptualizations of prehistoric art.
XXXV-2. Archaeology in transdisciplinary researches: contributions to a Sustainability Science.
XXXIV-1. Conditions for the adoption of money, crossed contributions from weighted metal to Antic coins.
XXX-1. Interdisciplinary Methods of Research for Bronze and Iron Ages Funerary Monuments (3rd-1 Millennia BC).
XXXII-4. Cross-channel connections from the Neolithic to the Bronze Age.
II-3.Systèmes agropastoraux et dégradations climatiques. Analyse intégrée des données archéologiques et paléoenvironnementales
IV-1. Old Stones, New Eyes? Charting future directions in lithic analysis.
X-1. Archaeometry of prehistoric and protohistoric stone, metal, ceramics and glass
XIV-4. In the shadow of the biface. Complexity of Middle Pleistocene technical systems in Europe.
XVI-3. Short-term human occupations and mobility patterns.
XVII-4. The Upper Palaeolithic research in Central and Eastern Europe.
I-3. Paléolithique supérieur, paléolithique final et Mésolithique
XV-1. Current research on settlement dynamics and cultural variability during the Middle Stone Age.
XXIV-1. Archéologie, sociétés et patrimoine en Afrique de l'Ouest et du Centre/ Archaeology, societies and heritage in central abnd western Africa.
XIX-3. Sites exceptionnels ou conservation exceptionnelle ? Approches interdisciplinaires de la fonction des premiers sites en milieux humides Holocènes en Europe
XXXII-3. Pre and protohistoric stone architectures: comparisons of the social and technical contexts associated to their building.
XXVIII-7. La reformulation des interactions artistiques dans le golfe de Gascogne à la lumière des nouvelles études et découvertes.
XXI-3. Prehistoric and protohistoric evidence of early farming and pastoral activities in mountain environments.
XXXIV-3. Economic change as an interplay of institutional and technical factors: some insights from metallurgy.
XXV-2. The peopling of the Andes: Updating and new contributions.
XIII-2. Prehistoric Personal Adornment in Social and Economic Context
XXXII-1. Lieux de vie et espaces domestiques : organisations fonctionnelles et stratégies sociales.
IV-3. Apport des approches technologiques de la céramique à l'anthropologie et à l'archéologie des sociétés pré et protohistoriques
II-3.Systèmes agropastoraux et dégradations climatiques. Analyse intégrée des données archéologiques et paléoenvironnementales
IV-1. Old Stones, New Eyes? Charting future directions in lithic analysis.
X-1. Archaeometry of prehistoric and protohistoric stone, metal, ceramics and glass
XIV-4. In the shadow of the biface. Complexity of Middle Pleistocene technical systems in Europe.
XVI-3. Short-term human occupations and mobility patterns.
XVII-4. The Upper Palaeolithic research in Central and Eastern Europe.
I-3. Paléolithique supérieur, paléolithique final et Mésolithique
XV-1. Current research on settlement dynamics and cultural variability during the Middle Stone Age.
XXIV-1. Archéologie, sociétés et patrimoine en Afrique de l'Ouest et du Centre/ Archaeology, societies and heritage in central abnd western Africa.
XIX-3. Sites exceptionnels ou conservation exceptionnelle ? Approches interdisciplinaires de la fonction des premiers sites en milieux humides Holocènes en Europe
XXXII-1. Lieux de vie et espaces domestiques : organisations fonctionnelles et stratégies sociales.
XXXII-3. Pre and protohistoric stone architectures: comparisons of the social and technical contexts associated to their building.
XXVIII-7. La reformulation des interactions artistiques dans le golfe de Gascogne à la lumière des nouvelles études et découvertes.
XXI-3. Prehistoric and protohistoric evidence of early farming and pastoral activities in mountain environments.
XXV-2. The peopling of the Andes: Updating and new contributions.
XIII-2. Prehistoric Personal Adornment in Social and Economic Context
XXX-1. Interdisciplinary Methods of Research for Bronze and Iron Ages Funerary Monuments (3rd-1 Millennia BC).
IV-3. Apport des approches technologiques de la céramique à l'anthropologie et à l'archéologie des sociétés pré et protohistoriques
XXXIV-3. Economic change as an interplay of institutional and technical factors: some insights from metallurgy.
II-5. Climatic variability and societal responses during the Metal Ages in Europe and the Mediterranean (3000-300 BC)
IV-1. Old Stones, New Eyes? Charting future directions in lithic analysis.
X-1. Archaeometry of prehistoric and protohistoric stone, metal, ceramics and glass
XVI-5. The search of small tools by Neanderthals populations in Western Europe.
XVI-3. Short-term human occupations and mobility patterns.
XVII-4. The Upper Palaeolithic research in Central and Eastern Europe.
I-3. Paléolithique supérieur, paléolithique final et Mésolithique
XXXI-2. Ancient DNA.
XXIV-1. Archéologie, sociétés et patrimoine en Afrique de l'Ouest et du Centre/ Archaeology, societies and heritage in central abnd western Africa.
XX-1. The Archaeology of Submerged Landscapes.
XXXII-1. Lieux de vie et espaces domestiques : organisations fonctionnelles et stratégies sociales.
XXXII-6. Le recyclage des mégalithes (dolmen, menhir, stèle gravée) : chronologie, fonction et gestes.
XXVIII-7. La reformulation des interactions artistiques dans le golfe de Gascogne à la lumière des nouvelles études et découvertes.
XXI-3. Prehistoric and protohistoric evidence of early farming and pastoral activities in mountain environments.
XXXIV-4. Par-delà des frontières: transferts immatériels. Approches méthodologiques.
XXV-3. Peintures et gravures rupestres des Amériques: empreintes culturelles et territoriales.
XIII-2. Prehistoric Personal Adornment in Social and Economic Context
XXX-2. Le monde funéraire du XVIIe au IXe siècle av. J.-C en Europe Atlantique occidentale.
IV-3. Apport des approches technologiques de la céramique à l'anthropologie et à l'archéologie des sociétés pré et protohistoriques
Assemblée générale (Amphi 2B)
Pause
II-5. Climatic variability and societal responses during the Metal Ages in Europe and the Mediterranean (3000-300 BC)
X-1. Archaeometry of prehistoric and protohistoric stone, metal, ceramics and glass
XIV-5. From natural to cultural object: raw material-related human behaviors in the early technologies.
XVI-3. Short-term human occupations and mobility patterns.
XVII-4. The Upper Palaeolithic research in Central and Eastern Europe.
I-3. Paléolithique supérieur, paléolithique final et Mésolithique
XXXI-2. Ancient DNA.
XXIV-2. Métallurgie ancienne du fer en Afrique.
XX-1. The Archaeology of Submerged Landscapes.
XXXII-1. Lieux de vie et espaces domestiques : organisations fonctionnelles et stratégies sociales.
XXXII-6. Le recyclage des mégalithes (dolmen, menhir, stèle gravée) : chronologie, fonction et gestes.
XXVIII-8. From hunters to breeders: a single path? Perspectives to transitions processes through the study of rock art.
XXI-3. Prehistoric and protohistoric evidence of early farming and pastoral activities in mountain environments.
XXXIV-4. Par-delà des frontières: transferts immatériels. Approches méthodologiques.
XXV-3. Peintures et gravures rupestres des Amériques: empreintes culturelles et territoriales.
XIII-2. Prehistoric Personal Adornment in Social and Economic Context
XXX-2. Le monde funéraire du XVIIe au IXe siècle av. J.-C en Europe Atlantique occidentale.
IV-3. Apport des approches technologiques de la céramique à l'anthropologie et à l'archéologie des sociétés pré et protohistoriques
II-7. The role of climate in the transition from foraging to farming systems
VII-1. Archaeology and interdisciplinarity, from the 19th century to present-day research
IV-5. Earthen construction technology
VI-1. “Man the hunter” revisited – Pleistocene Archaeology in the 21st century
XV-2. Current research on settlement dynamics and cultural variability during the Middle Paleolithic.
XVII-5. Use and Social Organization of Space: The Palaeolithic Origins of Human Spatiality.
XIX-1. Holocene environmental and cultural variability in the Western Mediterranean.
XXIII-1. Paleoenvironmental, Behavioural Variability, Cultural Transitions and Dispersals during the Pleistocene and the Holocene in North West Africa.
XVI-7. Is ‘Neanderthal behaviour' a useful concept? Multiscalar approches to the behavioural diversity of middle palaeolithic neanderthal populations.
XXIX-1. The intellectual and spiritual expressions of non-literate peoples
XXXVIII-1. Mobilités et réseaux en Océanie ancienne : approches archéologiques et ethno-historiques.
XXXIV-6. Double Session Stone in Metal Ages. 6a - Late stone talks: Lithic Industries in Metal Ages : 6b - Let there be Rock and Metal : l'outillage en pierre des métallurgistes préhistoriques de la mine à l'atelier.
XX-2. Shell mounds, shell middens and coastal resources
XXVIII-5. Traces, tracks, and pathways. Rock art, archaeology and the lines of life.
I-4. Néolithique & Age des métaux
XXI-1. Interactions, networks and routes within and through mountain ranges.
XXXVII-2. Human subsistence and settlement patterns during the Late-Glacial and early Holocene: insights from bones.
XXXV-1. Understanding and accessibility of pre-and proto-historical research issues: sites, museums and communication strategies.
III-1 (CA). Big Data, databases and archaeology
II-7. The role of climate in the transition from foraging to farming systems
VII-1. Archaeology and interdisciplinarity, from the 19th century to present-day research
IV-5. Earthen construction technology
VI-1. “Man the hunter” revisited – Pleistocene Archaeology in the 21st century
XV-2. Current research on settlement dynamics and cultural variability during the Middle Paleolithic.
XVII-5. Use and Social Organization of Space: The Palaeolithic Origins of Human Spatiality.
XIX-1. Holocene environmental and cultural variability in the Western Mediterranean.
XXIII-1. Paleoenvironmental, Behavioural Variability, Cultural Transitions and Dispersals during the Pleistocene and the Holocene in North West Africa.
XVI-7. Is ‘Neanderthal behaviour' a useful concept? Multiscalar approches to the behavioural diversity of middle palaeolithic neanderthal populations.
XXIX-1. The intellectual and spiritual expressions of non-literate peoples
XXXVIII-1. Mobilités et réseaux en Océanie ancienne : approches archéologiques et ethno-historiques.
XXXIV-6. Double Session Stone in Metal Ages. 6a - Late stone talks: Lithic Industries in Metal Ages : 6b - Let there be Rock and Metal : l'outillage en pierre des métallurgistes préhistoriques de la mine à l'atelier.
XX-2. Shell mounds, shell middens and coastal resources
XXVIII-5. Traces, tracks, and pathways. Rock art, archaeology and the lines of life.
I-4. Néolithique & Age des métaux
XXI-1. Interactions, networks and routes within and through mountain ranges.
XXXVII-2. Human subsistence and settlement patterns during the Late-Glacial and early Holocene: insights from bones.
XXXVI-1. Preventive archeology in Europe and in the world - current problems.
III-1 (T). New advances in theoretical archaeology
II-8. Different times? Archaeological and environmental data from intra-site and off-site sequences
VII-4. Epistemology, History and Philosophy of Science: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the History of Archaeology
IV-5. Earthen construction technology
VI-1. “Man the hunter” revisited – Pleistocene Archaeology in the 21st century
XV-2. Current research on settlement dynamics and cultural variability during the Middle Paleolithic.
XIX-1. Holocene environmental and cultural variability in the Western Mediterranean.
XXIII-1. Paleoenvironmental, Behavioural Variability, Cultural Transitions and Dispersals during the Pleistocene and the Holocene in North West Africa.
XVI-7. Is ‘Neanderthal behaviour' a useful concept? Multiscalar approches to the behavioural diversity of middle palaeolithic neanderthal populations.
XXIX-1. The intellectual and spiritual expressions of non-literate peoples
XXXVIII-2. Monumentality in the Pacific Islands: archaeological contexts.
XXXIV-6. Double Session Stone in Metal Ages. 6a - Late stone talks: Lithic Industries in Metal Ages : 6b - Let there be Rock and Metal : l'outillage en pierre des métallurgistes préhistoriques de la mine à l'atelier.
XX-2. Shell mounds, shell middens and coastal resources
XXVIII-6. Contribution and limits of 3D and cutting-edge technologies to the recording of mobiliary and parietal art.
I-4. Néolithique & Age des métaux
XXI-2. Spiritual and Ritual Dimensions of Mountain Landscapes.
XXXVIII-2. Monumentality in the Pacific Islands: archaeological contexts.
XXXV-1. Understanding and accessibility of pre-and proto-historical research issues: sites, museums and communication strategies.
III-1 (T). New advances in theoretical archaeology
XVII-8. Economy and mobility during the Early Upper Paleolithic: articulating technical systems within geographical spaces.
II-8. Different times? Archaeological and environmental data from intra-site and off-site sequences
VII-4. Epistemology, History and Philosophy of Science: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the History of Archaeology
XI-1. Vers une amélioration des outils chronologiques pour la datation des sites du Paléolithique inférieur et moyen en Eurasie
XXXV-3. Preservation and conservation of Prehistoric Art.
XV-2. Current research on settlement dynamics and cultural variability during the Middle Paleolithic.
XVII-8. Economy and mobility during the Early Upper Paleolithic: articulating technical systems within geographical spaces.
II-4. Late Holocene Social and Climate Change in Arid and Semiarid Environments
XXIII-1. Paleoenvironmental, Behavioural Variability, Cultural Transitions and Dispersals during the Pleistocene and the Holocene in North West Africa.
XVI-7. Is ‘Neanderthal behaviour' a useful concept? Multiscalar approches to the behavioural diversity of middle palaeolithic neanderthal populations.
XXIX-1. The intellectual and spiritual expressions of non-literate peoples
XXXVIII-2. Monumentality in the Pacific Islands: archaeological contexts.
XXXIV-6. Double Session Stone in Metal Ages. 6a - Late stone talks: Lithic Industries in Metal Ages : 6b - Let there be Rock and Metal : l'outillage en pierre des métallurgistes préhistoriques de la mine à l'atelier.
XX-2. Shell mounds, shell middens and coastal resources
XXVIII-6. Contribution and limits of 3D and cutting-edge technologies to the recording of mobiliary and parietal art.
I-4. Néolithique & Age des métaux
XXI-2. Spiritual and Ritual Dimensions of Mountain Landscapes.
XXXVII-2. Human subsistence and settlement patterns during the Late-Glacial and early Holocene: insights from bones.
XXXV-1. Understanding and accessibility of pre-and proto-historical research issues: sites, museums and communication strategies.