These skeletons lay in the 'Azilian' layer (VI) described below.
The transformation of art and industry, indicated in the Azilian culture layer, is as decided as that in the animal life.
The new industries are known as the Tardenoisian, the Azilian, and the Maglemosian.
After this discovery it could no longer be questioned that the Azilian and Tardenoisian were contemporary.
The subsequent Azilian and Eneolithic cultures were crowded under the very roof of the grotto at the sides.
There is little direct evidence in regard to the wild horse, the remains of which do not occur in the hearths of Azilian times.
Azilian, red archological layer, masses of peroxide of iron.
Thus the Azilian bone-harpoon industry, like the Tardenoisian microlithic flint industry, was largely pursued by fisherfolk.
These are the Azilian, the Tardenoisian, and the Maglemosian.
There was also a natural or local Azilian evolution from the Magdalenian types and technique.