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Unformatted text preview: Domonique Williams ANTH 009 Sec.001 Dig and Deduce Sites Site one could be a living floor if it was being used by the hominids as a living area while preparing and eating their meals. Also the tools, bones, and whatever else that was found there can give archaeologists some ideas of how the hominids were intelligent creatures that made stone tools, and how those tools were used in their daily life. If site one was not a living floor, the bones and tools could not have been placed in the ground by a hominid because water could have flowed through the site and caused the change of position and for their appearance. Other animals and/or even other hominids could have stepped on them while they were buried underground. The appearance of the stone tools does not mean that the hominids ate the Bos animals during their time period. According to one hypothesis for site two, the size and shape of the skull found could have meant that the Neanderthals were capable of making and using the advanced stones tools had the...
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This note was uploaded on 11/03/2008 for the course ANTH 009 taught by Professor Bedalleigh-ann during the Fall '08 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.
- Fall '08