I wrote about this in my paper: 'Eating horses: the evolutionary
significance of hippophagy', Antiquity, 1998
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On 01/05/2012 15:10, Allison Grunwald wrote:
> Hello all,
> I'm currently trying to find articles referencing possible frozen meat cache use by humans (incl neanderthals) in Europe, Eurasia and Siberia. I am also looking for ethnographic data, if it exists (similar to Binford's Nunamiut, but not North America).
> At first glance not much seems to be out there, but I'm only searching in English so I'm wondering if there are articles out there in Russian, for instance.
> That said, I'm wondering if anyone has the PDF to this article:
> Wenzel 2007, Neanderthal presence and behaviour in central and Northwestern Europe during MIS 5e. The Climate of Past Interglacials 7.
> It mentions cached goods but I have no idea if they are referring to meat! (Kind of doubt it).
> Anyway, thanks all for your help and insights.
> Allison Grunwald
> University of Wyoming
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