Mousterian tools that have been found in Europe were made by Neanderthals and date from between 300,000 BP and 30,000 BP. In Northern Africa and the Near East they were also produced by anatomically modern humans. In the Levant for example, assemblages produced by Neanderthals are indistinguishable from those produced by modern humans.
Several Mousterian variants are known:
A Levallois Point Embedded in the Vertebra of a Wild Ass (Equus Africanus): Hafting, Projectiles and Mousterian Hunting Weapons
Jun 01, 1999; The El Kowm basin of Central Syria lies between Palmyra and the Euphrates River [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 OMITTED]. It is a...