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Portugal: Intertidal Archaeology and Submerged Coastal Landscapes
Coastal Research Library
People have lived along the Portuguese coast at least since Marine Isotope Stage (MIS) 5, over 100,000 years ago. While there are many known sites and archaeological evidence of human settlement on land, there are only a handful of known submerged or nearsubmerged locations, and these are all in the present-day intertidal zone. Throughout the period, diet was based on both terrestrial and marine mammals as well as fish and shellfish. This dietary regime was already in existence whendoi:10.1007/978-3-030-37367-2_14 fatcat:v7m2pkewardaxh4szzcxgb4q2e