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[PDF]\u00a0Molluscan and sedimentological sequences of the late Quaternary deposits of Morsott region (NE Algeria) and their paleoenvironmental implication<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

S Chellat, L Toubal, A Djerrab, A Bourefis\u2026\u00a0– BSGF-Earth Sciences\u00a0\u2026<\/em>, 2018<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 1 Laboratoire de g\u00e9ologie<\/strong> de l’environnement, Universit\u00e9 Constantine 1, route Ain El Bey Zouaghi slimane Constantine 25000, Algeria 2 Laboratoire de g\u00e9ologie<\/strong> du Sahara, D\u00e9partement de g\u00e9ologie<\/strong>, Universit\u00e9 Kasdi Merbah\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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[HTML]\u00a0Identifying animal taxa used to manufacture bone tools during the Middle Stone Age at Sibudu, South Africa: Results of a CT-rendered histological analysis<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

J Bradfield\u00a0– PloS one<\/em>, 2018<\/span><\/p>\n

This paper presents the histological characterisation of a selection of worked bone\u00a0 artefacts from Middle Stone Age <\/strong>layers at Sibudu cave, South Africa<\/strong>. Histographic\u00a0 rendering is achieved using high-resolution Computed Tomography, which is non\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Scapular anatomy of Paranthropus boisei from Ileret, Kenya<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

DJ Green, H Chirchir, E Mbua, JWK Harris, DR Braun\u2026\u00a0– Journal of Human Evolution<\/strong>, <\/em>2018<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 Volume 125, December 2018, Pages 181-192. Journal of Human<\/strong> Evolution<\/strong>\u00a0\u2026 This fossil effectively doubles the record of Early Pleistocene scapulae from East Africa<\/strong>, with KNM-WT 15000 (early African Homo erectus)\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

1.9-million-and 2.4-million-year-old artifacts and stone tool\u2013cutmarked bones from Ain Boucherit, Algeria<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

M Sahnouni, JM Par\u00e9s, M Duval, I C\u00e1ceres\u2026\u00a0– Science<\/em>, 2018<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 Australian Research Centre for Human<\/strong> Evolution<\/strong>, Griffith University, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.Centro Nacional de Investigaci\u00f3n sobre la Evoluci\u00f3n Humana\u00a0\u2026 East Africa<\/strong> has provided the earliest known evidence for Oldowan\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Geometric-morphometric analysis of tooth pits and the identification of felid and hyenid agency in bone modification<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

MC Arriaza, J Aramendi, M\u00c1 Mat\u00e9-Gonz\u00e1lez\u2026\u00a0– Quaternary <\/strong>International<\/em>, 2018<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 JavaScript is disabled on your browser. Please enable JavaScript to use all the features on this page. Elsevier. Quaternary<\/strong> International\u00a0\u2026 Quaternary <\/strong>International. Geometric-morphometric analysis of tooth pits and the\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Revisiting Mwulu’s Cave: new insights into the Middle Stone Age in the southern African savanna biome<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

P de la Pe\u00f1a, A Val, DJ Stratford, F Colino, I Esteban\u2026\u00a0– Archaeological and\u00a0\u2026, 2<\/em>018<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 This cave, located in Limpopo Province (South Africa<\/strong>), preserves one of <\/span>the few known Middle Stone<\/strong> Age<\/strong> sequences in the northeastern part of <\/span>the country\u00a0\u2026 The literature for the Middle Stone<\/strong> Age<\/strong> (MSA) archaeology of\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

Plio-Pleistocene decline of African megaherbivores: No evidence for ancient hominin impacts<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

JT Faith, J Rowan, A Du, PL Koch\u00a0– Science<\/em>, 2018<\/span><\/p>\n

U\u2013Pb-dated flowstones restrict South African early hominin record to dry climate phases<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

R Pickering, AIR Herries, JD Woodhead, JC Hellstrom\u2026\u00a0– Nature<\/em>, 2018<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 These wet and dry periods do not obviously correspond to climate cycles in East Africa<\/strong> (Extended Data Fig\u00a0\u2026 The work presented here correlates sedimentary units across sites, establishes age<\/strong> ranges for hominins, facilitates\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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The SKX 1084 hominin patella from Swartkrans Member 2, South Africa: An integrated analysis of its outer morphology and inner structure<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

Marine Cazenave, Anna Oettl\u00e9, John Francis Thackeray, … Roberto Macchiarelli. (2018). Comptes Rendus Palevol,<\/em> In Press, Corrected Proof, Available online 22 November 2018.<\/span><\/p>\n

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Implications of a new chronology for the interpretation of the Middle and Later Stone Age of the upper Zambezi Valley<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

S. L. Burrough, D. S. G. Thomas, L. S. Barham. (2018). Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports<\/em>, Volume 23, Pages 376-389.<\/span><\/p>\n

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Stable carbon isotopes from paleosol carbonate and herbivore enamel document differing paleovegetation signals in the eastern African Plio-Pleistocene<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

Andrew Du, Joshua R. Robinson, John Rowan, … Anna K. Behrensmeyer. (2018). Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology,<\/em> In Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available online 16 November 2018.
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Influences on plant nutritional variation and their potential effects on hominin diet selection<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

Amanda G. Henry, Antje Hutschenreuther, Oliver C. C. Paine, … Matt Sponheimer. (2018). Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology<\/em>, In Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available online 16 November 2018.
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Ethnoarchaeology of compound adhesive production and scraper hafting: Implications from Hadiya (Ethiopia)<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

Y Sahle\u00a0– Journal of Anthropological Archaeology<\/em>, 2019<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 There is growing research interest in the evolution<\/strong> of technologies and behaviors thought to\u00a0\u2026 pieces and segments from Sibudu cave, and other sites, in South Africa<\/strong> from \u223c70,000\u00a0\u2026 Bones, Genes, Tools: Tracking Linguistic\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

The impact of hand proportions on tool grip abilities in humans, great apes and fossil hominins: A biomechanical analysis using musculoskeletal simulation<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

A Bardo, L Vigouroux, TL Kivell, E Pouydebat\u00a0– Journal of Human Evolution<\/strong><\/em>, 2018<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 Elsevier. Journal of Human<\/strong> Evolution<\/strong>. Volume 125, December 2018, Pages 106-121. Journal of Human<\/strong> Evolution<\/strong>. The impact of hand proportions on tool grip abilities in humans, great apes and fossil hominins: A biomechanical analysis using musculoskeletal simulation\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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The Riet River sites: Positioning regional diversity in the introduction of domesticated livestock to southern Africa<\/a> <\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

Cameron, M.E. (2019). Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 23, pp. 72-79.<\/em><\/span><\/p>\n

Speleothem evidence for the greening of the Sahara and its implications for the early human dispersal out of sub-Saharan Africa<\/a> <\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

El-Shenawy, M.I., Kim, S.-T., Schwarcz, H.P., Asmerom, Y., Polyak, V.J. (2018). Quaternary Science Reviews, 188, pp. 67-76.<\/em>\u00a0<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Clarifying distinct models of modern human origins in Africa<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

BM Henn, TE Steele, TD Weaver\u00a0– Current Opinion in Genetics & Development<\/em>, 2018<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 In the 1980s and 1990s, much of paleoanthropology<\/strong> was focused on whether modern humans originated across the Old World (Multiregionalism) or exclusively within Africa<\/strong> (Out of\u00a0\u2026 a), Model 1: African<\/strong> Multiregionalism\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

[HTML]\u00a0The Howiesons Poort lithic sequence of Klipdrift Shelter, southern Cape, South Africa<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

K Douze, A Delagnes, S Wurz, CS Henshilwood\u00a0– PloS one<\/em>, 2018<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 Sapiens Behaviour (SapienCE), project number 262618; to CSH and KD by a South African<\/strong> National Research Foundation Research Chair (SARChI) at the University of the Witwatersrand and the Evolutionary Studies Institute\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

[PDF]\u00a0The sexual selection of hominin bipedalism<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

MT Dale\u00a0– Ideas in Ecology and Evolution<\/em>, 2018<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 All we can really state is that it is very likely that a terrestrially bipedal hominin <\/span>existed in east Africa<\/strong> around 3 to 4 Ma\u00a0\u2026 Jurmain (2000) found that the <\/span>prevalence of vertebral osteophytosis (VOP) was 11 to 85 times higher in\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Trampling vs. Retouch in a Lithic Assemblage: A Case Study from a Middle Stone Age Site, Steenbokfontein 9KR (Limpopo, South Africa)<\/a> <\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

de la Pe\u00f1a, P., Witelson, D. (2018). Journal of Field Archaeology, 43(7), pp. 522-537.<\/em>\u00a0<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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The first technical sequences in human evolution from East Gona, Afar region, Ethiopia<\/a> <\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

De Lumley, H., Barsky, D., Moncel, M.H., (…), Rogers, M.J., Semaw, S. (2018). Antiquity, 92(365), pp. 1151-1164.<\/em>\u00a0<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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[PDF]\u00a0Archaeology and paleoenvironment during the Middle Stone Age (MSA) in Equatorial Guinea: preliminary advances<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

AT Mata, MB Sanvicente, TC Cruz, BM Iglesias\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 References 1. Roberts, P. & Petraglia, M. Pleistocene rainforests: barriers or attractive environments for early human foragers? World Archaeology <\/strong>47, 718\u2013739\u00a0\u2026 Across Rainforests and Woodlands: A Systematic Reappraisal\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Environment versus behaviour: Zooarchaeological and taphonomic analyses of fauna from the Still Bay layers at Blombos Cave, South Africa<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

JP Reynard, CS Henshilwood\u00a0– Quaternary International<\/em>, 2018<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 Quaternary International. Environment versus behaviour:\u00a0 <\/span>Zooarchaeological and taphonomic analyses of fauna from the Still Bay <\/span>layers at Blombos Cave, South Africa<\/strong>\u00a0\u2026 Fig. 1. Blombos Cave (BBC) along\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Robust australopithecines<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

Z Cofran\u00a0– The International Encyclopedia of Biological\u00a0\u2026<\/em>, 2018<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 Broom, R. 1938. \u201cThe Pleistocene Anthropoid Apes of South Africa<\/strong>.\u201d Nature 142: 377\u201379\u00a0\u2026 doi:10.1002\/ajpa.22086. Harrison, T., ed. 2011. Paleontology and Geology<\/strong> of Lae- toli: Human Evolution in Context\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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J Hawks\u00a0– The International Encyclopedia of Biological\u00a0\u2026, 2018<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 naledi. Excavations inside this cave system have produced more hominin fossil <\/span>material than any equivalent single assemblage in Africa, and rank second worldwide <\/span>only to the Sima de los Huesos site at Atapuerca<\/strong>, Spain\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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HT Bunn\u00a0– The International Encyclopedia of Biological\u00a0\u2026<\/em>, 2018<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 indicated that it was simply an East African species of the small-brained robust australopithecines already known from South Africa<\/strong>, and not\u00a0\u2026 yield-ing a surprising date of 1.75 million years ago and effectively doubling\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

South African fossil record<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

A Mann\u00a0– The International Encyclopedia of Biological\u00a0\u2026<\/em>, 2018<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 and large molar and premolar teeth, this time span, contempo- rary with other finds in South and East Africa<\/strong> of hominins with brain sizes within the range of modern humans, raises many questions about the place of the Dinaledi\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

Homo, early<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

SC Ant\u00f3n\u00a0– The International Encyclopedia of Biological\u00a0\u2026<\/em>, 2018<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 Recently the period between 2.8 and 1.5 Ma in Africa<\/strong> has yielded the earliest known fossils\u00a0\u2026 But these and earlier (non-Homo) fossils show that the human <\/strong>suite of characteristics arose\u00a0\u2026 features appearing before and some after the\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

A geometric morphometric examination of hominoid third metacarpal shape and its implications for inferring the precursor to terrestrial bipedalism<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

TR Rein\u00a0– The Anatomical Record,<\/em> 2018<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 sites in eastern Africa<\/strong> dating between 4.0 and 3.0 million years ago (Bush et al., 1982; Drapeau This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved Accepted Article Page 8\u00a0\u2026 the demands of locomotion over the course of human<\/strong>\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Acheulean without handaxes? Assemblage variability at FLK West (Lowermost Bed II, Olduvai, Tanzania)<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

P S\u00e1nchez-Yustos, F Diez-Mart\u00edn\u2026\u00a0– Journal of anthropological\u00a0\u2026<\/em>, 2018<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 de Francisco S 2 ,. Enrique Baquedano. Instituto de Evoluci\u00f3n en \u00c1frica<\/strong>, Plaza de San Andr\u00e9s 2, 28005 Madrid, Spain; Museo Arqueol\u00f3gico<\/strong> Regional, Plaza de las Bernardas s\/n, 28801 Alcal\u00e1 de Henares, Spain. More\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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The persistence of salt-affected paleosols at Gona, Ethiopia: A sedimentary archive of Middle to Late Pleistocene soil salinity within a corridor of early human migration<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

KK Takashita-Bynum, G Stinchcomb, NE Levin\u2026 – 2018<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 recorded as snapshots within terrestrial sedimentary deposits in East Africa<\/strong>. <\/span>This study uses paleosols to reconstruct paleoenvironments of those events <\/span>at Gona, Ethiopia – an area with one of the most continuous records of East\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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[HTML]\u00a0The MIS5 Pietersburg at ’28’Bushman Rock Shelter, Limpopo Province, South Africa<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

G Porraz, A Val, C Tribolo, N Mercier, P de la Pe\u00f1a\u2026\u00a0– PloS one<\/em>, 2018<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 to 91\u00b110ka and 97\u00b110ka on feldspar, firmly positioning this industry<\/strong> within <\/span>MIS5. Comparisons with other published lithic<\/strong> assemblages show technological differences between the Pietersburg from BRS\u00a0\u2026 at least for part\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Stable isotope evidence for (mostly) stable local environments during the South African Middle Stone Age from Sibudu, KwaZulu-Natal<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h2>\n

Joshua R. Robinson, Lyn Wadley. (2018). Journal of Archaeological Science<\/em>, Volume 100, Pages 32-44.<\/span><\/p>\n

Hand grip diversity and frequency during the use of Lower Palaeolithic stone cutting-tools<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h2>\n

Alastair Key, Stephen R. Merritt, Tracy L. Kivell. (2018). Journal of Human Evolution<\/em>, In Press, Corrected Proof, Available online 12 October 2018<\/span><\/p>\n

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Human Evolution, Archaeology and the South African Stone Age Landscape During the Last 100,000<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/h3>\n

S Wurz\u00a0– The Geography of South Africa<\/strong>: Contemporary\u00a0\u2026<\/em>, 2019<\/span><\/p>\n

During the past 100,000 years the fluctuating climate that included two glacials and\u00a0 <\/span>three interglacials resulted in a continuously changing South African landscape. The\u00a0 <\/span>multitude of archaeological sites on the landscape shows that climate presented no\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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