Mollusk carbonate thermal behaviour and its implications in understanding prehistoric fire events in shell middens
Stefania Milano, Susanne Lindauer, Amy L Prendergast, Evan A Hill, Chris O Hunt, Graeme Barker, Bernd R Schoene
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports | ELSEVIER | Published : 2018
Awarded by EU within the framework (FP7) of the Marie Curie International Training Network ARAMACC
Awarded by Alexander von Humboldt Postdoctoral Fellowship
Awarded by European Research Council
The authors thank Michael Maus and Dr. Tobias Hager for helping during isotope analysis and Raman measurements and Dr. Lucy Farr for selecting the shells from the Haua Fteah assemblage. Funding for this study was kindly provided by the EU within the framework (FP7) of the Marie Curie International Training Network ARAMACC (604802) to SM and by the Alexander von Humboldt Postdoctoral Fellowship (1151310) and McKenzie Postdoctoral Fellowship to AP. The Haua Fteah excavations were undertaken with the permission of the Libyan Department of Antiquities and with funding to GB from the Society for Libyan Studies and from the European Research Council (Advanced Investigator Grant 230421), whose support is also gratefully acknowledged. The three anonymous reviewers are thanked for their constructive comments on the manuscript.