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Zum Stand der Paläolithforschung in der Schweiz
Research on the Palaeolithic started in Switzerland during the 19th Century in the overall framework of cave studies. Two different industries were soon recognized: middlepalaeolithic flake tools usually together with the bones of cave bear, and a late palaeolithic blade industry associated with bone and antler tools, sculptures and line drawings. Re¬ cent research yielded complementary information on openair sites. A characteristic Mousterian tool-kit comes from a surface deposit at Pleignedoi:10.5194/gh-42-153-1987 fatcat:3xk2iyxv7jc4tmpgmu4xiyldkm