Landscape transformations and archaeological settlements in the Upper Danube Delta during Early to Middle Holocene: a palaeoecological insight

Laurent CAROZZA et al.


The recents discovery of Chalcolithic sites in the upper Danube Delta at Taraschina – Mila 23 and Dâmbul localities (Romania) attest that this area was inhabited at least 6500 years ago. Here we propose a multidisciplinary approach to highlight the relationship between human activities and palaeogeographic transformations of the Danube Delta and its connexion with North Black Sea during Early to Middle Holocene

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