Quaternary Science Reviews Volume 28, Issues 19-20, September 2009, Pages 1895-1913doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2009.03.006 The early Lateglacial re-colonization of Britain: new radiocarbon evidence from Gough's Cave, southwest EnglandR.M. Jacobi and T.F.G. HighamAbstractGough's Cave is still Britain's most significant Later Upper Palaeolithic site. New ultrafiltered radiocarbon determinations on bone change our understanding of its occupation, by demonstrating that this lasted for only a very short span of time, at the beginning of the Lateglacial Interstadial (Greenland Interstadial 1 (GI-1: Bølling and Allerød)).
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Three human braincases — one from a child about three years old, two from adults — found in Gough’s Cave, Somerset, England, have been radiocarbon dated to 14,700 years ago. These are the only skull-cups ever found in England, and a... Read Post
News from Gough’s Cave in Cheddar Gorge, where Britain’s earliest inhabitants following the Last Glacial Maximum are rumoured to have holed up; the paper is in press, (behind a paywall) via Quaternary Science Reviews. Abstract: Goug... Read Post