Preparing samples for radiocarbon dating in the D-REAMS Lab, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel.
Biogeography of Neanderthals and modern humans
Sicevo River valley, home to late MP sites in Serbia
This project aimed to reconstruct spatial and temporal distributions of Neanderthals and modern humans, in order to narrow in on their contexts of encounters. I produced chronologies based on reliable radiocarbon dates for Middle and Upper Paleolithic assemblages in the Levant, Balkans, and Northeast Europe. My methodology for radiocarbon dating integrated fieldwork and laboratory analysis to produce meaningful dates.
Roksandic, M., P. Radović, B. Alex, S. Panvić, M. Paunović, Z. Marković. (2014). Possible Upper Pleistocene humans from Serbia: morphological descriptions and radiocarbon dating. In Palaeolithic and Mesolithic Research in the Central Balkans, edited D. Mihailović. Serbian Archaeological Society, Belgrade. Pp 7-20.