Leore Grosman
Leore Grosman
Professor of Prehistoric Archaeology, The Hebrew University
Verified email at mail.huji.ac.il
TitleCited byYear
A 12,000-year-old Shaman burial from the southern Levant (Israel)
L Grosman, ND Munro, A Belfer-Cohen
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (46), 17665-17669, 2008
1342008
On the application of 3-D scanning technology for the documentation and typology of lithic artifacts
L Grosman, O Smikt, U Smilansky
Journal of Archaeological Science 35 (12), 3101-3110, 2008
1162008
Preserving cultural traditions in a period of instability: the Late Natufian of the hilly Mediterranean zone
L Grosman
Current Anthropology 44 (4), 571-580, 2003
652003
Early evidence (ca. 12,000 BP) for feasting at a burial cave in Israel
ND Munro, L Grosman
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (35), 15362-15366, 2010
632010
Ochre and hide-working at a Natufian burial place
L Dubreuil, L Grosman
Antiquity 83 (322), 935-954, 2009
472009
Studying post depositional damage on Acheulian bifaces using 3-D scanning
L Grosman, G Sharon, T Goldman-Neuman, O Smikt, U Smilansky
Journal of Human Evolution 60 (4), 398-406, 2011
422011
The technology and significance of the Acheulian giant cores of Gesher Benot Ya ‘aqov, Israel
N Goren-Inbar, L Grosman, G Sharon
Journal of Archaeological Science 38 (8), 1901-1917, 2011
352011
The sacred and the mundane: domestic activities at a Late Natufian burial site in the Levant
L Grosman, N Munro
Before Farming 2007 (4), 1-14, 2007
342007
Zooming onto the ‘Younger Dryas’
L Grosman, A Belfer-Cohen
The Dawn of Farming, 49-54, 2002
292002
Morphological analysis of Nahal Zihor handaxes: a chronological perspective
L Grosman, Y Goldsmith, U Smilansky
PaleoAnthropology 2011, 203-215, 2011
272011
Archaeology in three dimensions: computer-based methods in archaeological research
L Grosman, A Karasik, O Harush, U Smilansky
Journal of Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology and Heritage Studies 2 (1), 48-64, 2014
262014
THE FIRST TWO EX CA VA TION SEA SONS AT NMO: A MOUSTE RIAN SITE AT THE BANK OF THE JOR DAN RIVER
G Sharon, L Grosman, H Fluck, Y Melamed, Y Rak, R Rabinovich, M Oron
262010
“Taming” Rocks and Changing Landscapes: A New Interpretation of Neolithic Cupmarks
L Grosman, N Goren-Inbar
Current Anthropology 48 (5), 732-740, 2007
262007
A case of techno-typological lithic variability & continuity in the late Lower Palaeolithic
A Malinsky-Buller, L Grosman, O Marder
Before Farming 2011 (1), 1-32, 2011
252011
Nahal Ein Gev II, a Late Natufian community at the Sea of Galilee
L Grosman, ND Munro, I Abadi, E Boaretto, D Shaham, A Belfer-Cohen, ...
PloS one 11 (1), e0146647, 2016
192016
The Natufian Chronological Scheme – New Insights and their Implications
L Grosman
Natufian Foragers in the Levant, 622-637, 2013
192013
Tools or cores? Carinated artifacts in Levantine Late Upper Paleolithic assemblages and why does it matter
A Belfer-Cohen, L Grosman
Tools versus Cores, 143-163, 2007
182007
Reaching the point of no return: the computational revolution in archaeology
L Grosman
Annual review of Anthropology 45, 129-145, 2016
162016
Hunted gazelles evidence cooling, but not drying, during the Younger Dryas in the southern Levant
G Hartman, O Bar-Yosef, A Brittingham, L Grosman, ND Munro
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (15), 3997-4002, 2016
162016
Extracting scar and ridge features from 3D-scanned lithic artifacts
E Richardson, L Grosman, U Smilansky, M Werman
Archaeology in the digital era, 83, 2014
162014
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