arch anthro 5 - bat guano torralba/ambrona, spain 400,000...

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arch anthro 5 16:55 Out of Africa Hominins on the move o Conventional broad outline involving o H. erectus and advanced The acheulean:~1.4-.3 mya Hand axes (top) Cleavers  Multi-purpose tools? Ubeidiya Israel 1.4 mya developed oldowan acheulean recent claims carl swisher java H. erectus 1.8-1.6 mya, instead of < mya dmanisi, Georgia east of black sea 1.8 mya early H. erectus? Choppers and flakes Not acheulean Control of fire
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Many advantages How?--> offensive and defensive…how was it controlled by hominids When? Conventional view  Oldest claim=1.6 mya at koobi for a, Kenya  o Baked sediment, burned tools  o Natural brush fire? o Zhoukoudian, china 500,000-200,000 years ago limestone cave system largest sample of H. erectus fossils choppers and flakes, cut and burned bones, hearths deep ash concentrations 
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Unformatted text preview: bat guano torralba/ambrona, spain 400,000 years ago clark howell acheulean tools, burned wood several dozen elephants in swampy desposit the neandertals classic cave people hominins with an image problem neandertals in Europe: who were they and where did they go? Alternative models for origin of anatomically modern Homo sapiens sapiens Nearder-tal Tal or thal= valley in german Homo sapiens neanderthalensis Homo neanderthalensis Associated tools andcutlure o Mousterian or middle Paleolithic Mousterian tools Side scrapers Spear points Levallois technique Many more tool types (63) than previously Bordes cumulative graph 4-5 tribes of neandertals OR o Just different activities o (bindford) 16:55 16:55...
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