Paleolitikte çekirdekler ve Güney Doğu Anadolu Bölgesi'ne ait örnekleri
KARTAL, Metin (Yazar)
YALÇINKAYA, Işın (Tez Danışmanı)
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Abstract First chapter, we tried to recognice that palaeolithic cores how important for human li-fe. We know that palaeolithic core is a raw material which it gives -Flake, blade and bladelet with some pressure or blow on it's surface by human. Then people made some stone tools with that kind o-f pieces (flake, blade, bladelet) by the trimming. So we can say that the palaeolithic cores were very important during the Pleistocene period for human kind. During the Palaeolithic period, some cores have prepared but same are not. At the Lower Palaeolithic time people didn't know that how to make prepared core. So they detached some pieces -From an unprepared cores. But i-f we look the Middle and the Upper Palaeolithic times we can see prepared cores that most o-F them have some special kind q-F -Flaking technics. So there is a visible thing which palaeolithic cores evolved -From primitive types to developed types o-F stone cares. And we can say that it goes parallel to the biological and cultural evolution of human kind. Althought, at -First chapter we explained o-F our aim, our system and our study materials.The second chapter is including that haw we can recognice the cores, what kind o-f types they have and how we apply calculation system to the cores. At the third chapter we gave some core samples -From Europe, Anatolia and Neareast. And we discussed di-f-ferance and similarities o-F core samples among these regions. The -fourth chapter was very important. Because we made some core analyses o-F the samples -From the South East Anatolia. And we showed the results with the graphics, tables and the texts. In conclusion with the background o-F this study, we discussed the Anatolian palaeolithic core samples place, between Europe and Neareast. We believe that problems in Palaeolithic Time will bring to the light with more scienti-Fic studies and researchs.