We report here on the direct isotopic evidence for Neanderthal and early modern human diets in Europe.
Isotopic methods indicate the sources of dietary protein over many years of life, and show that Neanderthals had a similar diet through time (≈120,000 to ≈37,000 cal BP) and in different regions of Europe.
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Isotope evidence is a powerful tool for reconstructing past human diets and subsistence adaptations (1–3), and it has been applied to a number of Neanderthals and early modern humans from Europe (4–12).
In 2 earlier studies (10, 11), we argued that Neanderthals had relatively uniform dietary adaptations while early modern humans in Europe had more variable isotope values—and therefore diets—than the Neanderthals.
Specifically, we proposed that a number of European early modern humans had higher nitrogen isotope values than any Neanderthal and that these values likely indicated that some of these humans were obtaining much of their protein from aquatic resources, namely freshwater fish (11).
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