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Instead, he argues, the Aurignacian toolmakers are who first took root in Europe.This cave hosted the oldest known human remains in Europe|Bruce Bower|June 12, 2020|Science News For Students
But the cave continued to be occupied until at the close of the Aurignacian period a fall of rock sealed up the entrance.
This is described by some authorities as Mousterian, by others as Aurignacian; in either case as of an early Palaeolithic aspect.
A profound change occurred when the Aurignacian stage of culture was inaugurated by the intruding Cr-Magnons.
The distinct industry revealed by the grotto finds has been named Aurignacian, after Aurignac.
It was not until the spring of 1868 that a flood of light was thrown on the Aurignacian racial problem.