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The owl that never left! Taphonomy of Earlier Stone Age small mammal assemblages from Wonderwerk Cave (South Africa)<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

\n Mar\u00eda Dolores Marin-Monfort, Sara Garc\u00eda-Morato, Yolanda Fern\u00e1ndez-Jalvo. (2021). Quaternary International,<\/em> Available online 16 April 2021.<\/span><\/p>\n

The pectoral girdle of StW 573 (\u2018Little Foot\u2019) and its implications for shoulder evolution in the Hominina<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

\nKristian J. Carlson, David J. Green, Ronald J. Clarke. (2021). Journal of Human Evolution<\/em>, Article Number 102983.<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Early, intensive marine resource exploitation by Middle Stone Age humans at Ysterfontein 1 rockshelter, South Africa<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

EM Niespolo, WD Sharp, G Avery, TE Dawson\u00a0– \u2026\u00a0of the National Academy of Sciences,<\/em> 2021<\/span><\/p>\n

Modern human behavioral innovations from the Middle Stone Age <\/strong>(MSA) include the earliest indicators of full coastal adaptation evidenced by shell middens, yet many\u00a0 MSA middens remain poorly dated. We apply 230 Th\/U burial dating to ostrich\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Obsidian from the northern sector of the Main Ethiopian Rift: implications for archeology<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

A Negash, M Alene, A Asrat, B Nash\u00a0– Journal of Quaternary Science,<\/em> 2021<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 Furthermore, although petrologists prefer FeO because usually most Fe is ferrous, we have adopted Fe2O3 to be consistent with numerous publications on Ethiopian and East African<\/strong> obsidian and tephra that report total Fe as\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Histological investigation of burnt bones: a case study of angulate tortoises from the archaeological site, Diepkloof Rock Shelter, Western Cape, South Africa<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

MS Bhat, A Chinsamy, J Parkington\u00a0– International Journal of Osteoarchaeology<\/em><\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 archaeological site, Diepkloof Rock Shelter, Western Cape, South Africa<\/strong> Mohd Shafi Bhat1*, Anusuya Chinsamy1, John Parkington2\u00a0\u2026 7701, South Africa<\/strong> 2 Department of Archaeology, University of Cape Town, Private Bag X3, Rondebosch 7701, South Africa<\/strong> Abstract\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Magnetostratigraphy and cosmogenic dating of Wonderwerk Cave: New constraints for the chronology of the South African Earlier Stone Age<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span>
\nRon Shaar, Ari Matmon, Michael Chazan. (2021). Quaternary Science Reviews,<\/em> Volume 259, Article Number 106907.<\/span><\/p>\n

Exploring variability in lithic armature discard in the archaeological record<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span>
\nClaudine Gravel-Miguel, John K. Murray, Curtis W. Marean. (2021). Journal of Human Evolution<\/em>, Volume 155, Article Number 102981.<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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[HTML]\u00a0Selection preferences for animal species used in bone-tool-manufacturing strategies in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

J Bradfield, AC Kitchener, M Buckley\u00a0– Plos one<\/em>, 2021<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 zooarchaeology aims to address such questions as the symbolic role of animals and how this affected bone selection and bone-working technology among human<\/strong> societies [16]. With some notable exceptions, social\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

Innovative Homo sapiens behaviours 105,000 years ago in a wetter Kalahari<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

J Wilkins, BJ Schoville, R Pickering, L Gliganic\u2026\u00a0– Nature,<\/em> 2021<\/span><\/p>\n

The archaeological record of Africa provides the earliest evidence for the emergence of the complex symbolic and technological behaviours that characterize Homo sapiens1\u20137. The coastal setting of many archaeological\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

Early humans far from the South African coast collected unusual objects<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

PR Willoughby – 2021<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 Both industries date to between around 300,000 and 30,000 years ago 4 . Current appraisals of archaeological, fossil and genetic data confirm these ideas 5 , and also support the pre-eminent part that Africa<\/strong> played during the later stages of human<\/strong> evolution<\/strong>\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Stable isotope composition of crocodilian teeth provides new information on climatic change in the East-African Rift along the Plio-Pleistocene period (Shungura\u00a0\u2026<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

A Gardin, E Puc\u00e9at, G Garcia, JR Boisserie, O Otero – 2021<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 We sampled crocodilian teeth from the Shungura Formation (Lower Omo Valley, Ethiopia), which spans major steps of human<\/strong> evolution<\/strong> between 3.6 Ma and ~1.0 Ma, tentatively correlated with major environmental changes\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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[PDF]\u00a0Dental caries in South African fossil hominins<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

I Towle, JD Irish, I De Groote, C Fern\u00e9e, C Loch\u00a0– South African Journal of Science,<\/em> 2021<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 Kingdom 3Evolutionary Studies Institute and Centre for Excellence in PaleoSciences, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa <\/strong>4Department of\u00a0\u2026 some insight into the interaction with caries, as well as potential\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

[HTML]\u00a0Contracting eastern African C 4 grasslands during the extinction of Paranthropus boisei<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

RL Quinn, CJ Lepre\u00a0– Scientific Reports<\/em>, 2021<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 Tool-assisted foraging behaviors were traditionally thought to have propelled genus Homo into a broad omnivorous dietary niche, providing an evolutionary edge relative to Paranthropus’ dentognathic procurement strategies across\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

U-Th dated late Pleistocene tufas linked to human occupation in the semi-arid southern Kalahari<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

J von der Meden, J Wilkins, B Schoville, K Brown\u2026 – 2021<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 This location is significant as the dominant narrative for the evolution of modern humans has focused on Middle Stone<\/strong> Age<\/strong> archaeological sites along the southern cape coast of South Africa<\/strong>, with coastal resources and\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Re-examining the age of the Affad MSA deposits in the Middle Nile Valley<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

Osypi\u0144ski, P., Burrough, S., Skinner, A., Standzikowski, K. (2021). Archaeometry.<\/em><\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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[HTML]\u00a0The oldest Homo erectus buried lithic horizon from the Eastern Saharan Africa. EDAR 7-an Acheulean assemblage with Kombewa method from the Eastern Desert\u00a0\u2026<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

M Masoj\u0107, JY Kim, J Krupa-Kurzynowska, YK Sohn\u2026\u00a0– PloS one,<\/em> 2021<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 The oldest Homo erectus buried lithic horizon from the Eastern Saharan<\/span> Africa<\/strong>. EDAR 7 – an Acheulean assemblage with Kombewa method from <\/span>the Eastern Desert, Sudan\u00a0\u2026 [ view all ]; [ view less ]. The oldest Homo erectus\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

Investigating the impact of Pleistocene climate change on early humans in the southern Kalahari<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

J Wilkins, R Pickering, J von der Meden, L Gliganic\u2026 – 2021<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 is an ideal region for addressing this question because fossil, genetic, and archaeological evidence supports an early origin for Homo sapiens in southern Africa<\/strong>\u00a0\u2026 At Witberg 1, Middle Stone<\/strong> Age<\/strong> archaeology is associated with the\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

Statistical inference of earlier origins for the first flaked stone technologies<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

AJM Key, DL Roberts, I Jari\u0107\u00a0– Journal of Human Evolution<\/em>, 2021<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 field, Early Stone<\/strong> Age<\/strong> (ESA) archaeology suffers from a paucity of behavioral remains. This is mainly due to a unique combination of poor preservation, challenges in artifact identification, and the obstacles (eg, cost, remoteness\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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[HTML]\u00a0A West African Middle Stone Age site dated to the beginning of MIS 5: Archaeology, chronology, and paleoenvironment of the Ravin Blanc I (eastern Senegal)<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

K Douze, L Lespez, M Rasse, C Tribolo, A Garnier\u2026\u00a0– Journal of Human Evolution,<\/em> 2021<\/span><\/p>\n

[HTML]\u00a0Late glacial (17,060\u201313,400 cal yr BP) sedimentary and paleoenvironmental evolution of the Sekhokong Range (Drakensberg), southern Africa<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

ME Kylander, M Holm, J Fitchett, S Grab\u2026\u00a0– Plos one,<\/em> 2021<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 (2021) Late glacial (17,060\u201313,400 cal yr BP) sedimentary and paleoenvironmental evolution of the Sekhokong Range (Drakensberg), southern Africa<\/strong>\u00a0\u2026 MH received funding from the Bolin Centre for Climate\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Zooarchaeology of the Middle Stone Age in Magubike Rockshelter, Iringa Region, Tanzania<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

F Masele, PR Willoughby\u00a0– African Archaeological Review<\/em>, 2021<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 1987; Hovers and Kuhn 2006; Hublin and Richards 2009; McBrearty and Brooks 2000; Shea 2009). In Africa<\/strong>, most of the Middle and Upper Pleistocene is associated with the archaeological period known as the Middle\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

Tracking Occupational Intensity Using Archaeo-faunal Data: Case Studies from the Late Pleistocene in the Southern Cape of South Africa<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

JP Reynard\u00a0– Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory,<\/em> 2021<\/span><\/p>\n

Occupational intensity is a common theme in current research and has been linked to significant demographic trends in the past. The Late Pleistocene in the<\/span><\/p>\n

Characterization and dating of San rock art in the Metolong catchment, Lesotho: A preliminary investigation of technological and stylistic changes<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

A Bonneau, DG Pearce, PJ Mitchell, L Didier, LN Eoin\u2026\u00a0– Quaternary International,<\/em> 2021<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 Abstract. Recent research on Later Stone<\/strong> Age<\/strong> (LSA) San rock art in southern Africa<\/strong> has unveiled some of the paint recipes the artists employed. However, these discoveries still need to be linked to human activities in or near the\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Pleistocene environments in the southern Kalahari of South Africa<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

Vasilija Lukich, Michaela Ecker. (2021). Quaternary International<\/em>, Available online 16 March 2021.<\/span><\/p>\n

Characterizing the Meghalayan Stage in Southern Africa: A multiproxy record of paleoenvironmental change at the Southern margin of the Kalahari<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

Magdalena K. Sobol, Michael Chazan, Sarah A. Finkelstein. (2021). Quaternary International,<\/em> Available online 16 March 2021.<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Taphonomic study of a modern baboon sleeping site at Misgrot, South Africa: implications for large-bodied primate taphonomy in karstic deposits<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

C Nel, J Bradfield, M Lombard, A Val\u00a0– Journal of Paleolithic Archaeology<\/strong>,<\/em> 2021<\/span><\/p>\n

Primate taphonomy in cave deposits is complex, and the taphonomic signatures of\u00a0 different accumulation scenarios present some degree of equifinality, rendering their\u00a0 identification in the fossil record challenging. Here, we describe an assemblage of 30\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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The Middle to Later Stone Age transition at Panga ya Saidi, in the tropical coastal forest of eastern Africa<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

Ceri Shipton, James Blinkhorn, Michael D. Petraglia. (2021). Journal of Human Evolution,<\/em> Volume 153, Article Number 102954.<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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The HOMME project\u2013Human Origins in Mozambique and Malawi Environments: Looking for our origins in the Mozambican karst<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

JB Fourvel, A Beaudet, C Zanolli, G Dandurand\u2026\u00a0– \u2026\u00a0de l’UIS\u2013Savoie-Mont-Blanc,<\/em> 2021<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 Maison de la Recherche, 5 all\u00e9e Antonio Machado, 31058 Toulouse cedex 9. laurent.bruxelles@inrap.fr<\/a> (6) Museum of Geology<\/strong> of Mozambique, Maputo. moiana2000@yahoo.com.br<\/a> Abstract As a link between southern and eastern\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Contribution \u00e0 l\u2019\u00e9tude du Middle Stone Age (MSA) d\u2019Afrique Centrale. \u00c9tude typo-technologique des industries lithiques du site pr\u00e9historique de Mpila, Brazzaville, R\u00e9publique du Congo<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

Ngama Demayumba. (2021). L’Anthropologie,<\/em> Article Number 102851, Available online 9 March 2021.<\/span><\/p>\n

Stable isotope evidence for mid-Pleistocene paleoenvironmental conditions at the site of Kathu Pan 1 (central interior, South Africa)<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

Nyebe E. Mohale, Daryl Codron, Liora K. Horwitz. (2021). Quaternary International,<\/em> Available online 9 March 2021 .<\/span><\/p>\n

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[PDF]\u00a0Preliminary paleohistological observations of the StW 573 (‘Little Foot’) skull<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

A Beaudet, RC Atwood, W Kockelmann, V Fernandez\u2026\u00a0– eLife<\/em>, 2021<\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 United Kingdom; 8Evolutionary Studies Institute, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa<\/strong>\u00a0\u2026 studies have opened up new avenues in the field of paleoanthropology<\/strong>\u00a0\u2026 Research Foun- dation (NRF)\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

[HTML]\u00a0Modelling the end of the Acheulean at global and continental levels suggests widespread persistence into the Middle Palaeolithic<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

AJM Key, I Jari\u0107, DL Roberts\u00a0– Humanities and Social Sciences Communications,<\/em> 2021<\/span><\/p>\n

The Acheulean is the longest cultural tradition ever practised by humans, lasting for over 1.5 million years. Yet, its end has never been accurately dated; only broad 300\u2013150 thousand years ago (Kya) estimates exist. Here we use optimal\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Repetition Without Repetition: A Comparison of the Laetoli G1, Ileret, Namibian Holocene and Modern Human Footprints Using Pedobarographic Statistical\u00a0\u2026<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

J McClymont, RH Crompton\u00a0– Reading Prehistoric Human <\/strong>Tracks: Methods &\u00a0\u2026<\/em><\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 within the context of the locomotor system. Small fossil samples are often described as key for understanding human<\/strong> locomotor evolution<\/strong> or morphofunctional behaviour. Such relationships are often claimed from the evidence\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n

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MR Bennett, SC Reynolds\u00a0– Reading Prehistoric Human <\/strong>Tracks: Methods &\u00a0\u2026<\/em><\/span><\/p>\n

\u2026 2.4). For example, Roberts et al.(2008) describe an elephant trackway dated to around 90 ka from Still Bay in South Africa<\/strong> in aeolinites\u00a0\u2026 Bennett, MR, Reynolds, SC, Morse, SA, & Budka, M.(2016b). Footprints and human<\/strong> evolution<\/strong>: Homeostasis in foot function\u00a0\u2026<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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L\u2019assemblage lithique du site Acheul\u00e9en de Namib IV (Namib central, Namibie)<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span>
\nIsis Mesfin, David Pleurdeau, Hubert Forestier. (2021). L’Anthropologie,<\/em> Article Number 102848, Available online 2 March 2021.<\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Alba, D.M., Rodr\u00edguez-Hidalgo, A., Aouraghe, H., (…), Chac\u00f3n, M.G., Sala-Ramos, R. (2021). Journal of Human Evolution, 153, art. no. 102951.<\/em><\/span><\/p>\n<\/div>\r\n <\/div>\r\n\t\t

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Accurate depiction of uncertainty in ancient DNA research: The case of Neandertal ancestry in Africa<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

J Hawks\u00a0– Journal of Social Archaeology,<\/em> 2021<\/span><\/p>\n

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After the emergence of the Acheulean at Melka Kunture (Upper Awash, Ethiopia): From Gombore IB (1.6Ma) to Gombore I\u03b3 (1.4\u202fMa), Gombore I\u03b4 (1.3\u202fMa) and Gombore II OAM Test Pit C (1.2\u202fMa)<\/a><\/span><\/strong><\/span><\/p>\n

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