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Category Archives: Les Eyzies
Back in France, in the Périgord, and in the beautiful Vézère valley, where the very last excursion of the course on human evolution is taking place. Having taught this course now for more than eight years, and after probably a … Continue reading
I know that I should have reported more from this year’s EGU meeting in Vienna, which for us was a really successful meeting, with many posters and a talk, and many people interested in our research! Camilla, Moo and Kweku … Continue reading
Spending a few weeks during the month of May in southwestern France sounds like a fantastic work-holiday. It usually is, but not this week, and not last week either. Since I arrived here in Les Eyzies nine days ago, it … Continue reading
It is time to say good-bye to this beautiful place, the Vézère Valley, Les Eyzies, Beune and all the Neanderthals and Cro Magnons. But already in September we will be back, and then again in May next year, and probably … Continue reading
Dark clouds and rain welcomed us this morning on our way to Le Moustier. I really like this site, with its archaeological history and with all the stories surrounding the excavation of the site. Of course it is all about … Continue reading
Sunday invited for a long walk in the surroundings of Les Eyzies. We chose the Boucle de la Gorge d’Enfer, which is some ten kilometres long and leads from Gorge d’Enfer through meadows and forests, and picturesque hamlets back to … Continue reading