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[PDF]\u00a0Large mammal exploitation during the c. 14\u201311 ka Oakhurst techno-complex at Klipdrift Cave, South Africa<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

E Discamps, CS Henshilwood, KL van Niekerk\u00a0– South African Journal of Science,<\/em> 2020<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 BP internationally and in South Africa<\/strong>.1 Such studies are hindered by the scarcity of reliable data on the subsistence strategies of human populations during this period named the Later Stone<\/strong> Age<\/strong> (LSA) in southern Africa<\/strong>. In\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

[PDF]\u00a02 Evolution of Tool Use<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

E Bracken, BK Billings, MJ Barnes, MA Spocter<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 128 emerged on the continent of Africa<\/strong> some 7\u20138 129\u00a0\u2026 Remains from 169 this species were found in the same region and in 170 fossiliferous deposits of similar age<\/strong> (between 2.6 171 and 2.5 mya) to stone<\/strong> tools recovered from Ethi- 172 opia (Semaw et al\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Fourteen Years of Archaeological and Heritage Research in the Iringa Region, Tanzania<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

JM Miller, JJ Werner, KM Biittner, PR Willoughby<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 reconnue par les arch\u00e9ologues<\/strong> pour le site acheul\u00e9en d’Isimila et\u00a0\u2026 Cependant, nos recherches r\u00e9v\u00e8lent qu’Iringa poss\u00e8de de riches archives arch\u00e9ologiques <\/strong>allant de l’\u00e2ge de\u00a0\u2026 r\u00e9sume les r\u00e9sultats de quatorze ann\u00e9es de recherche\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Introduction: Hominin paleobiology in the early Pleistocene Okote Member, Koobi Fora Formation, Kenya<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span>
\nRen\u00e9 Bobe, David R. Braun, Anna K. Behrensmeyer, John W. K. Harris. (2020). Journal of Human Evolution,<\/em> Volume 145, Article Number 102811.<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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[HTML]\u00a0Fossils from Mille-Logya, Afar, Ethiopia, elucidate the link between Pliocene environmental changes and Homo origins<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

Z Alemseged, JG Wynn, D Geraads, D Reed, WA Barr\u2026\u00a0– Nature Communications<\/em>, 2020<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 For many decades, a disparity between the resolution of long and continuous marine paleoclimate records versus fragmentary and time-averaged terrestrial records has hampered our ability to establish precise links between human<\/strong>\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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[HTML]\u00a0Snapshots of human anatomy, locomotion, and behavior from Late Pleistocene footprints at Engare Sero, Tanzania<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

KG Hatala, WEH Harcourt-Smith, AD Gordon\u2026\u00a0– Scientific Reports<\/em>, 2020<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 Here, we report on our excavations and analyses of more than 400 Late Pleistocene human footprints from Engare Sero, Tanzania. The site represents the largest assemblage of footprints currently known from the human fossil record in Africa<\/strong>\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Middle Stone Age technology in Algeria: A techno-economic approach case study of the Oued Bousmane site (Djebel Dyr)<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

Bahra, N., Djerrab, A., Ruault-Djerrab, M., Semiane, K., Zedam, R. (2020). Quaternary International.<\/em><\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Variability Among Later Stone Age Hunter-Gatherers in Eastern Africa<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

MB Jones – 2020<\/span><\/p>\n

The hunting and gathering way of life is the most enduring and resilient in human\u00a0 history. However, the ways that a wild food-based subsistence system affects\u00a0 people’s social and economic organization are often oversimplified and variability is\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Evaluating erosional impacts on open-air archaeological sites along the Doring River, South Africa: methods and implications for research prioritization<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

CJH Ames, S Chambers, M Shaw, N Phillips, BG Jones\u2026\u00a0– Archaeological and\u00a0\u2026,<\/em> 2020<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 School of Earth, Atmospheric and Life Sciences, University of Wollongong, Wollongong, NSW 2522, Australia 2 Department of Anthropology, University of Victoria, Victoria, Canada 3 Department of Archaeology<\/strong>, University of Cape Town, Rondebosch 8801, South Africa<\/strong>\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Uncovering the Late Pleistocene LSA of Mpumalanga Province, South Africa: Early Results from Iron Pig Rock Shelter<\/a><\/span><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

GD Bader, J Linst\u00e4dter, MH Schoeman\u00a0– Journal of African Archaeology<\/em>, 2020<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 FAQ. Search Close Search Advanced Search Help. Uncovering the Late Pleistocene LSA of Mpumalanga Province, South Africa<\/strong>: Early Results from Iron Pig Rock Shelter. In: Journal of African Archaeology. Authors: Gregor D. Bader\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Middle Stone Age technology in Algeria: A techno-economic approach case study of the Oued Bousmane site (Djebel Dyr)<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span>
\nNadia Bahra, Abderrezak Djerrab, Murielle Ruault-Djerrab, Kenza Semiane, Rabah Zedam. (2020). Quaternary International<\/em>, Available online 25 April 2020 <\/span><\/p>\n

Core stratigraphy constrains Bed IV archaeological record at HEB site, Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

JacksonK. Njau, Edward W. Herrmann, Lana Ruck, Michael Pante, Ian G. Stanistreet . (2020). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology,<\/em> Article Number 109773, Available online 28 April 2020 <\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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The palaeoecology of Klasies River, South Africa: An analysis of the large mammal remains from the 1984\u20131995 excavations of Cave 1 and 1A<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span>
\nJerome P. Reynard, Sarah Wurz. (2020). Quaternary Science Reviews<\/em>, Volume 237, Article Number 106301.<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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A summary of the history of exploration at the Sterkfontein Caves in the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

JF Thackeray\u00a0– \u2026\u00a0Postcranial Remains from Sterkfontein<\/em>, South Africa<\/strong>\u00a0\u2026, 2020<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 Further remains of Carnivora (Mammalia) from the Sterkfontein hominin site. Paleontologia <\/strong>africana 34115\u2013126. Van Riet Lowe, C., 1947\u00a0\u2026 U-Pb isotopic age of the StW 573 hominin from Sterkfontein, South Africa<\/strong>. Science 314, 1592\u20131594. White, TD, Harris, JM, 1977\u00a0<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Hominin Postcranial Remains from Sterkfontein, South Africa, 1936-1995<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

B Zipfel, BG Richmond, CV Ward – 2020<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 Zurich Zurich Switzerland Andy IR Herries The Australian Archaeomagnetism<\/span>
\n Laboratory Department of Archaeology<\/strong> and History LaTrobe University Melbourne, VIC Australia Centre for Anthropological Research University\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

A new multidisciplinary age of 2.61\u20132.07 Ma for the Sterkfontein Member 4 australopiths<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

R Pickering, AIR Herries\u00a0– \u2026\u00a0Postcranial Remains from Sterkfontein<\/em>, South Africa<\/strong>\u00a0\u2026, 2020<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 The stratigraphy and formation history of fossil-and artefact-bearing sediments in the Milner Hall, Sterkfontein Cave, South Africa<\/strong>: new interpretations and implications for palaeoanthropology and archaeology<\/strong>. Journal of African Earth Sciences 96, 155\u2013167\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

The geological setting, cave formation, and stratigraphy of the fossil-bearing deposits at Sterkfontein Caves<\/a><\/span><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

D Stratford\u00a0– \u2026\u00a0Postcranial Remains from Sterkfontein, South Africa<\/strong>\u00a0\u2026<\/em>, 2020<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 In: Hominin Postcranial Remains from Sterkfontein, South Africa<\/strong>, 1936\u20131995\u00a0\u2026 References Bamford, M., 1999. Pliocene woods from an early hominid cave deposit, Sterkfontein, South Africa<\/strong>. South African Journal of Science 95, 231\u2013237\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Further evidence for bow hunting and its implications more than 60\u00a0000 years ago: Results of a use-trace analysis of the bone point from Klasies River Main site, South Africa<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span>
\nJustin Bradfield, Marlize Lombard, Jerome Reynard, Sarah Wurz. (2020). Quaternary Science Reviews<\/em>, Volume 236, Article Number 106295.<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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[HTML]\u00a0Human exploitation of nocturnal felines at Diepkloof Rock Shelter provides further evidence for symbolic behaviours during the Middle Stone Age<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

A Val, G Porraz, PJ Texier, JW Fisher, J Parkington\u00a0– Scientific Reports<\/em>, 2020<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 Archaeologically visible proxies for the use of symbols as a means of intra- and inter-human group communication are documented from several Middle Stone<\/strong> Age<\/strong> (MSA) rock shelters in South Africa<\/strong>, often \u2013but not\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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[PDF]\u00a0Archeology, Environment, and Chronology of the Early Middle Stone Age Component of Wonderwerk Cave<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

M Chazan, F Berna, J Brink, M Ecker, S Holt, N Porat\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 However, despite over a decade of focus on the Middle Stone<\/strong> Age<\/strong> of southern Africa<\/strong>, the early stages of this period still remain poorly understood, and well- documented assemblages attributed to the early MSA (EMSA) are extremely\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Dating the Drimolen hominins<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

AM Sugden – 2020<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 PALEOANTHROPOLOGY<\/strong> Dating the Drimolen hominins Fossil hominins from South Africa<\/strong> are enriching the story of early human evolution and dis- persal. Herries et al. describe the geological context and dating of the\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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[HTML]\u00a0Immature remains and the first partial skeleton of a juvenile Homo naledi, a late Middle Pleistocene hominin from South Africa<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

DR Bolter, MC Elliott, J Hawks, LR Berger\u00a0– PloS one,<\/em> 2020<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 original fossils are curated at the Evolutionary Studies Institute, University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa<\/strong>, and researchers may\u00a0\u2026 Our knowledge of maturational processes and life history stages in human<\/strong>\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

[PDF]\u00a0Australopithecus afarensis endocasts suggest ape-like brain organization and prolonged brain growth<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

P Gunz, S Neubauer, D Falk, P Tafforeau, A Le Cabec\u2026\u00a0– Science Advances,<\/em> 2020<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 volumes indicates protracted brain growth in A. afarensis, likely critical for the evolution<\/strong> of a\u00a0\u2026 that structural changes of the brain resulted in a more posterior (human<\/strong>-like) placement of\u00a0\u2026 Australopithecus afarensis, a species\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

[HTML]\u00a0Demographic History and Adaptation in African Populations<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

M Vicente – 2020<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 Uppsala University, Disciplinary Domain of Science and Technology, Biology, Department of Organismal Biology, Human<\/strong> Evolution<\/strong>. Uppsala University, Science for Life Laboratory, SciLifeLab. Univ Johannesburg, Palaeo Res\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Contemporaneity of Australopithecus, Paranthropus, and early Homo erectus in South Africa<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

AIR Herries, JM Martin, AB Leece, JW Adams\u2026\u00a0– Science<\/em>, 2020<\/span><\/p>\n

Bone histology yields insights into the biology of the extinct elephant birds (Aepyornithidae) from Madagascar<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

A Chinsamy, D Angst, A Canoville, UB G\u00f6hlich\u00a0– Biological Journal of the Linnean\u00a0\u2026,<\/em> 2020<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 Bone histology yields insights into the biology of the extinct elephant birds (Aepyornithidae) from Madagascar. Anusuya Chinsamy. University of Cape Town, Department of Biological Sciences. , Private Bag X3, Rhodes Gift, South Africa<\/strong>. Corresponding author\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

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Pleistocene large reptile tracks and probable swim traces on South Africa’s Cape south coast<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

Helm, C.W., Cawthra, H.C., Combrink, X., (…), Stear, W., Van Den Heever, A. (2020). South African Journal of Science, 116(3-4), art. no. #6542.<\/em><\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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[HTML]\u00a0Bone retouchers and technological continuity in the Middle Stone Age of North Africa<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

E Turner, L Humphrey, A Bouzouggar, N Barton\u00a0– PLOS ONE<\/em>, 2020<\/span><\/p>\n

Evidence for specialised bone tools has recently been reported for the Middle Stone\u00a0 <\/strong>Age <\/strong>of North Africa <\/strong>[one], which complements similar finds of slightly younger age <\/strong>in\u00a0 South Africa <\/strong>[two, three]. However, until now scant reference has been made to\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

Dating the skull from Broken Hill, Zambia, and its position in human evolution<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

R Gr\u00fcn, A Pike, F McDermott, S Eggins, G Mortimer\u2026\u00a0– Nature,<\/em> 2020<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 with fossils such as Petralona and Bodo 1 as H. heidelbergensis, a Middle Pleistocene species of Europe and Africa<\/strong> 2,3\u00a0\u2026 However, the limited (and poorly<\/span>
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[PDF]\u00a0Pleistocene large reptile tracks and probable swim traces on South Africa’s Cape south coast<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

CW Helm, HC Cawthra, X Combrink, CJZ Helm, R Rust\u2026\u00a0– South African Journal of\u00a0\u2026<\/em>, 2020<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 These sites include the first reported probable reptile swim traces in Africa<\/strong> and one tracksite also contained two Middle Stone<\/strong> Age<\/strong> artifacts. \u2022 These discoveries have implications for Pleistocene environments and climate on the Cape south coast\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

[PDF]\u00a0Comments on ‘U-Pb dated flowstones restrict South African early hominin record to dry climate phases'(Pickering et al. Nature 2018; 565: 226\u2013229)<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

D Stratford, L Bruxelles, JF Thackeray, TR Pickering\u2026\u00a0– South African Journal of\u00a0\u2026,<\/em> 2020<\/span><\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 from Sterkfontein, South Africa. Science. 2006;314(5805):1592\u20131594. https:\/\/doi.org\/10.1126\/science.1132916<\/a> 12. Herries AIR, Shaw J. Palaeomagnetic analysis of the Sterkfontein palaeocave deposits\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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The Palaeo-Agulhas Plain: Temporal and spatial variation in an extraordinary extinct ecosystem of the Pleistocene of the Cape Floristic Region<\/a><\/span><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

Curtis W. Marean, Richard M. Cowling, Janet Franklin. (2020). Quaternary Science Reviews<\/em>, Article Number 106161, Available online 28 March 2020.<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Maxillary molar enamel thickness of Plio-Pleistocene hominins<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span>
\nAnnabelle L. Lockey, Zeresenay Alemseged, Jean-Jacques Hublin, Matthew M. Skinner. (2020). Journal of Human Evolution<\/em>, Volume 142, Article Number 102731.<\/span><\/p>\n

Changes in hafting practices during the Middle Stone Age at Ifri n\u2019 Ammar<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

Sonja Tomasso, Dries Cnuts, Abdeslam Mikdad, Veerle Rots. (2020). Quaternary International<\/em>, Available online 23 March 2020.<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t