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  • Supplementary Materials and Methods
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  • Fig. S1. Geomorphic context of excavation unit DG-A/001.
  • Fig. S2. Select Upper Paleolithic diagnostic artifacts from LU3 to LU5.
  • Fig. S3. Select Upper and Middle Paleolithic diagnostic artifacts from LU2 to LU5.
  • Fig. S4. Lower Paleolithic biface (LU4b).
  • Fig. S5. plRIR290 typical shine-down curve and dose response curve for sample SNPA17-04.
  • Fig. S6. Residual dose measurements as a function of time, after 15 min to 48 hours of light exposition in a solar simulator, for samples SNAP16-02 and SNAP17-04.
  • Fig. S7. Radial plots of the pIR-IR290 measurements for SNAP16-01, SNAP16-02, SNAP16-03, SNAP16-04, SNAP17-04, and SNAP17-05.
  • Fig. S8. Output of the Markov Chain Monte Carlo calculations for the pIRIR290 age palaeodose, and dispersion of equivalent doses of sample SNAP16-4, as generated by the R ‘BayLum’ package.
  • Fig. S9. Bivariate scatterplot of a sample of observations from the joint posterior distribution of the IRSL ages generated by Markov Chain Monte Carlo calculations, using the “BayLum” R package.
  • Table S1. Main characteristics of the pIRIR290 ages measurements for the DG-A/001 stratigraphic sequence.
  • Table S2. Main characteristics of the IR50 age measurements.
  • Table S3. Radioelements contents determined by high-resolution gamma spectrometry.
  • Table S4. IR50 and pIRIR290 dose-rate information.
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