Paläolithische Kulturen und Pleistozäne Stratigraphie in Süddeutschland

Hansjürgen Müller-Beck
The Palaeolithic inventories of Southern Germany may be divided stratigraphically as follows: First Early Palaeolithic presence of man in the end of a long lasting Lower Pleistocene warm period, probably just before the "Oldest Loess" of Southern Germany. Pebbletools of Mauer near Heidelberg. Second presence of man in the last stage of the next-following interglacial phase. Ancient flake-instruments of Old Palaeolithic form. Third presence of man in an interstadial of the following cold-stage. Slightly evolved...