International Journal of Human Diversity and Evolution
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'Sudoł M, Cyrek K, Krajcarz M, Krajcarz MT, 2016: Around the Biśnik Cave – the Area of human penetration during Palaeolithic. Anthropologie (Brno) 54, 1: 49-68'.
To date, the Palaeolithic tradition of south-eastern part of the Ryczów Upland was known only from sparse sites, with the Biśnik Cave being the most recognised one. On the basis of the studies conducted in recent years we may paint a broader picture related to the settlement of the south-eastern part of the Ryczów Upland. The paper aims to present the multifaceted relations between humans and the environment of this microregion during particular periods of Palaeolithic on the basis of data collected from several sites located in the Wodąca and Udorka Valleys, as well as in the surrounding highlands.
Palaeolithic settlement – Palaeoenvironmental background – Lithic artefacts – Distribution – Ryczów Upland – Kraków-Częstochowa Upland

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