Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Buhunician Tool Tradition

Upper Paleolithic transitional tool industry found in Moravia in the western Ukraine and thought by some to have been created as Neandertals modified (or mimicked) technology borrowed from the Aurignacian of AMHs, but thought by others to precede the latter industry. Found at about 38 kya.

Cf. Uluzzian, Szeletian and Châtelperronian.

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