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The first human settlement of Formentera during the Bronze Age

  • Pau Sureda (a1) (a2) (a3), Edgard Camarós (a4), Marián Cueto (a4) and Luis C. Teira (a4)
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The ArqueoBarbaria archaeological project aims to characterise the economic strategies and environmental context of Formentera's first human settlers at two Bronze Age sites (Cap de Barbaria II and cave 127) using an interdisciplinary approach.

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Sureda, P., Camarós, E., Cueto, M., Teira, L.C., Aceituno, F.J., Albero, D., Álvarez-Fernández, E., Bofill, M., López-Dóriga, I., Marín, D., Masclans, A., Picornell, L., Revelles, J. & Burjachs, F.. 2017a. Surviving on the isle of Formentera (Balearic Islands): adaptation of economic behaviour by Bronze Age first settlers to an extreme insular environment. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 12: 860–75. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jasrep.2016.08.016
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Antiquity
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