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      Talents Programme AH/R012792/1 Gr. 10157 PID2019-1049449 GB-I00 [1]
      The research was financed by the Spanish Ministry of Education (Programa Nacional de Movilidad de Recursos Humanos del Plan Nacional de I-D+i 2008-2011) (post-doctoral grant awarded to MDG) and the Polish National Science Centre (grant number DEC-2017/ 25/B/HS3/00635) (awarded to MK). [1]
      This paper has been supported by a University Teacher Training contract (FPU 2018) awarded by the Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities, the R&D Group GEA Cultura material e identidad social en la Prehistoria Reciente en el sur de la Península Ibérica (HUM-064), and the R&D Project PID2022-137494NB-I00 funded by MICIU/SRA /10.13039/501100011033 and FEDER, UE. Funding for open access charge: Universidad de Granada / CBUA. [1]
      This research has been funded by the Junta de Andalucía, Consejería de Educación, Cultura y Deporte: Orce Research Project “Primeras ocupaciones humanas y contexto paleoecológico a partir de los depósitos pliopleistocenos de la cuenca Guadix-Baza: zona arqueolo´gica de la Cuenca de Orce (Granada, España), 2017–2020”; "Presencia humana y contexto paleoecológico en la cuenca continental de Guadix-Baza. Estudio e interpretacio´n a partir de los depósitos Plio-Pleistocénicos de Orce. Granada. España" B120489SV18BC, 2012-16; "Primeras ocupaciones humanas del Pleistoceno inferior de la cuenca de Guadix-Baza (Granada, España)" B090678SVI8BC, 2009-11; MICINN (no feder) "Estudio de las dispersiones faunísticas y humanas durante el Pleistoceno inferior en la cuenca mediterránea.", CGL2016-80975-P, 2017- 19; the Spanish government Ministerio de Ciencia, Innovación y Universidades (MICINN-FEDER) code CGL2016-80975-P, and the Generalitat de Catalunya Research Group 2017SGR 859. “Comportamiento ecosocial de los homínidos de la Sierra de Atapuerca durante el Cuaternario V”, MICINN-FEDER PGC2018-093925-B-C32 and the Generalitat de Catalunya, AGAUR agency, SGR 859 and SGR 1040. Gerda Henkel Foundation (AZ 32/V/ 19, Lower Paleolithic Spheroids Project (LPSP) is assuring continuity in this line of research. ST is beneficiary of the Provincia Autonoma di Bolzano (Italy) post-master scholarship. AB has been funded from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Action grant agreement PREKARN nº702584. The research of DB, JMV, & RSR is funded by CERCA Programme/Generalitat de Catalunya. JMJA belongs to the Research Group HUM-607. [1]
      This research has been funded by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation (Projects CGL2010-18124, CGL2011-30334, and HAR2008-04577) and supported by the Department of Economy, Innovation and Science, Junta de Andalucía, Spain (Project P11-HUM-7248 and Research Groups HUM-607 and RNM-146). [1]
      This research was funded by HUM 882, Research Group-University of Córdoba, the Municipality of Baena, and the Municipality of Castro del Río. Funding from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) is also acknowledged [1]
      This research was funded by the European Commission through a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship entitled BTechnological change at the South-western limits of the Mediterranean basin during the Neolithic and early Chalcolithic: pottery production and consumption^ (NEOMEDPOT, number 659466) and by the I+D research project HAR2016-78197-P, by the Spanish Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness. [1]
      This study has been funded by the project of “Nature, Society and Monumentality: High Resolution Archaeological Investigations on the Megalithic Landscape of Antequera” (HAR2013-45149-P) (2014-2017), sponsored within the National R&D Plan of the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (Spanish Government). [1]
      This study was suported by the following sources of funding: a Marie Curie Intra European Fellowship (PN623183) funded within the 7th European Community Framework Programme; two Research and Development (R&D) projects funded by the Spanish Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities: “Metal and amber: Models of raw materials circulation in Iberian Recent Prehistory” (HAR2017-82685-R) and “Tecnología y Sociedad. Las primeras artesanías de las comunidades neolíticas en Andalucía oriental entre el VI y el III milenio a.n.e” (HAR 2016-78197-P); and a Research Excellence Chair 2011-2016 “Activités minières et métallurgiques: anthropisation des milieux et productions matérielles”, funded by the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS). [1]
      This work was supported by the 7th Framework Programme of the European Commission under a Marie Curie Intra- European Fellowship at UCL Institute of Archaeology (London, UK); by the University of Granada under the programme CaptacioÂn de Talento UGRFellows; by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness under the R&D projects: Metal y AÂ mbar: Modelos de CirculacioÂn de Materias Primas en la Prehistoria Reciente de la Peninsula IbeÂrica (HAR2017-82685-R) and the project CRE: Global bioevent of massive resin production at the initial diversification of modern forest ecosystems, funded by the Spanish AEI/FEDER, UE Grant CGL2017-84419. [1]