Researchers describe the obtaining of iron oxide and its transformation into ochre and colorants between the final Paleolithic and Neolithic eras

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A research team from the University of Valencia (UV) and the University of Applied Arts and Sciences of the South of Switzerland has published a study that characterises the supply and processing of iron oxides to obtain ochre and colorants between the end of the Paleolithic and the Neolithic eras. It is the first time that the ochre recovered in domestic spaces and samples of its geological environment has been investigated, to know its origin. Read More