added by archaeologs Upper Palaeolithic site on the River Danube near Krems, Austria with five Willedorfian or Eastern Gravettian levels (c 32,000 bp) and lower levels of the Aurignacian (c 41,700-39,500 bp). The Gravettian yielded art objects, including a famous Venus figurine. Willendorf II had an early Aurignacian settlement and sequence of classic industries in central Europe.
added by archaeologs Loess site near Krems in lower Austria with nine Palaeolithic levels. The upper five are of Willendorfian or east Grav-ettian type including the famous venus statuette (see venus figurines), while the lower levels were closer to the Aurignacian.
The Macmillan dictionary of archaeology, Ruth D. Whitehouse, 1983