Arch Anthro 6 - A creative explosion o Upper Paleolithic...

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Arch Anthro 6 20:37 Art in the Paleolithic The origin of modern Homo sapiens: alternative models o Multiregional Milford Wolpoff, one of the main advocates for the multiregional idea. Regional continuity Gene flow inteerbreeding o Out of Africa II Most anthropologists  Mitochondrial Eve Mitochondrial DNA Modern H. sapiens Africa 250,000 years ago expanded thru Eurasia after 100,000 years ago complete replacement of regional populations but … there is some middle ground
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Unformatted text preview: A creative explosion o Upper Paleolithic tools o Specialized economy o Elaborate structures o Elaborate burials o Population increase o Artistic expression Why art? Upper Paleolithic tools and equiment Blades, burins ( stone chisel) Bone tools Hafting (handles) spare thrower bow and arrow rapid turnover the cultural sequence in western Europe 16,500-11,000 years agao: Magdalenina 100,000 hours MNI of Le splutre, A+ 1 20:37 20:37...
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