General Information

Site Name: Cueva de Cobrante

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Site Type: cave

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Discovery Year: 1966

First Description: Garcia Guinea 1968

Chronological Abstract: Within the Cueva de Cobrante 7 archaeological layers have been identified. Layers 7, 6 and 5 correspond to the Aurignacian. Layers 4 and 3 represent occupations of the Solutrean. Layer 2 belongs to the Azilian. Layer 1 is a conglomerate of various Holocene occupations.



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Country: Spain

General Location Description: The site Cueva de Cobrante is situated in the valle de Aras at the hill Mazo de Cobrante near the city San Miguel de Aras in the administrative district of Voto (Cantabria).


Latitude (WGS84): 43.321° N

Longitude (WGS84): 3.527° W

Altitude: 150m

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Other Coordinates: UTM: X = 457.250, Y = 4.796.630


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Bibliography: Garcia Guinea 1968; González Sainz & González Morales 1986; Rasines del Río 2009, 2009b, 2009c; Rasines del Río et al 2009; Rasines del Río & Serna Gancedo 2009; Muñoz Fernández & Santamaría Santamaría 2009

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