arch anthro 4 - arch anthro 4 2008-11-20 Lifestyles of...

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arch anthro 4 16:58 Lifestyles of early homo Home base and food-sharing model o Glynn Isaac o Logic of hunter-gatherer analogy o Archaeological definition Alternative models o Taphonomic and behavioral Further analysis at FLK What we think we know…how human were they? Hadza adaptations Base camps Division of labor Men: meat and honey Food surplus shared Cooperation Behavior leaves patterened material record Alternative models Tahponomic o L. Binford: the sites are “hydroaulic jumbles” o L. Binford: the FLK site was reapeated lion kill sites; hominids were the  most marginal of scavengers there Behavioral o R. Potts: the sites were stone caches o R. Blumenschine: hominids scavenged already defleshed carnivore kills  for bone marrow o H. Bunn: power scavenging and hunting, significant meat and marrow,  food-sharing What happened at FLK?
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A repeated lion kill site, with hominins as marginal scavengers?
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