Emiran

Emireh-Point.jpg
Emiran is located in Middle East
Paleolithic

Epipaleolithic
Mesolithic

Neolithic

Emiran culture was a culture that existed in the Levant (Syria, Lebanon, Israel, Palestine) between the Middle Paleolithic and the Upper Paleolithic periods.

Emiran culture apparently developed from the local Mousterian without rupture, keeping numerous elements of the Levalloise-Mousterian, together with the locally typical Emireh point. The Emireh point is the type tool of stage one of the Upper Paleolithic, first identified in the Emiran culture. Numerous stone blade tools were used, including curved knives similar to those found in the Chatelperronian culture of Western Europe. Like the Chattelperronian, Elmireh is associated with late Neanderthal people rather than with Homo sapiens.

The Emiran eventually evolved into the Antelian culture, still of Levalloise tradition but with some Aurignacian influences.

According to Dorothy Garrod, the Emireh point, known from several sites in Palestine, is the hallmark of this culture.

This page was last edited on 15 May 2018, at 15:27.
Reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emiran_culture under CC BY-SA license.

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