Centre national de la recherche scientifique, CNRS
Hélène Valladas mainly investigates Archaeology, Cave, Paleontology, Mousterian and Neanderthal. Archaeology is closely attributed to Period in her work. The various areas that Hélène Valladas examines in her Cave study include Homo sapiens, Radiocarbon dating, Absolute dating and Chronology.
She has included themes like Upper Paleolithic and Hominidae in her Paleontology study. Her Mousterian research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Stage, Hafting, Mineralogy, Ancient history and Thermoluminescence. Her research in Middle Paleolithic intersects with topics in Stone Age and Lower Paleolithic.
Hélène Valladas spends much of her time researching Archaeology, Cave, Paleontology, Radiocarbon dating and Chronology. All of her Archaeology and Neanderthal, Thermoluminescence dating, Pleistocene, Prehistory and Mousterian investigations are sub-components of the entire Archaeology study. Hélène Valladas studied Cave and Rock art that intersect with Painting.
Her work on Middle Paleolithic, Period, Absolute dating and Holocene as part of general Paleontology research is frequently linked to Context, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. Her research investigates the connection between Radiocarbon dating and topics such as Aurignacian that intersect with issues in Humanities. The study incorporates disciplines such as Magdalenian, Series and Radiometric dating in addition to Chronology.
Hélène Valladas mostly deals with Archaeology, Cave, Radiocarbon dating, Paleontology and Chronology. Her study in the fields of Neanderthal, Aurignacian and Excavation under the domain of Archaeology overlaps with other disciplines such as Context. Her studies in Cave integrate themes in fields like Lithic technology and Quaternary.
Her Radiocarbon dating study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Prehistory, Prehistoric art, Upper Paleolithic and Calcite. Her Paleontology research includes elements of Mousterian, Magdalenian and Cave painting. Hélène Valladas combines subjects such as Series and Pleistocene with her study of Chronology.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Archaeology, Cave, Radiocarbon dating, Paleontology and Homo sapiens. Her work deals with themes such as Painting, Series and Ancient history, which intersect with Archaeology. Many of her studies involve connections with topics such as Thermoluminescence dating and Radiocarbon dating.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Human evolution and Neanderthal. Her Homo sapiens research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Evolutionary biology, Genealogy, Dentition and Hominidae. Hélène Valladas works mostly in the field of Middle Paleolithic, limiting it down to topics relating to Lower Paleolithic and, in certain cases, Lithic technology and Mousterian.
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Emergence of modern human behavior: Middle Stone Age engravings from South Africa.
Christopher S. Henshilwood;Francesco d'Errico;Royden Yates;Zenobia Jacobs.
Paleoindian Cave Dwellers in the Amazon: The Peopling of the Americas
A. C. Roosevelt;M. Lima da Costa;C. Lopes Machado;M. Michab.
The earliest modern humans outside Africa
Israel Hershkovitz;Israel Hershkovitz;Gerhard W. Weber;Rolf Quam;Rolf Quam;Mathieu Duval.
Thermoluminescence dates for the Neanderthal burial site at Kebara in Israel
H. Valladas;J. L. Joron;G. Valladas;B. Arensburg.
ESR dates for the hominid burial site of Qafzeh in Israel
H.P. Schwarcz;R. Grün;B. Vandermeersch;O. Bar-Yosef.
Journal of Human Evolution (1988)
Bitumen as a hafting material on Middle Palaeolithic artefacts
Eric Boëda;Jacques Connan;Daniel Dessort;Sultan Muhesen.
A Levallois point embedded in the vertebra of a wild ass (Equus africanus): hafting, projectiles and Mousterian hunting weapons
Éric Boëda;Jean Michel Geneste;Christophe Griggo;Norbert Mercier.
TL Dates of Burnt Flints from Jelinek's Excavations at Tabun and their Implications
N. Mercier;H. Valladas;G. Valladas;J.-L. Reyss.
Journal of Archaeological Science (1995)
Thermoluminescence Date for the Mousterian Burial Site of Es-Skhul, Mt. Carmel
N. Mercier;H. Valladas;O. Bar-Yosef;B. Vandermeersch.
Journal of Archaeological Science (1993)
Reassessment of TL age estimates of burnt flints from the Paleolithic site of Tabun Cave, Israel.
Norbert Mercier;Hélène Valladas.
Journal of Human Evolution (2003)
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