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8. Upper Paleolithic and the "Human Revolution" Technology and symbolic behavior *blades and other new tool types - Solutrian – 21,000 y bp -Aurignacean – 40,000 y bp -Chatelperronian – transition between Mousterian and Aurignacean -Blades -Finely worked bone -Pendants -Beads *new tool materials - bone, antler, teeth -Previous tools only used stone *cultural variation -Ritual burial - Cave art -Sculpted bone, antler and ivory -First indication of clothing *long distance transport of materials - First evidence of long distance transport of raw materials used to make tools as far
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Unformatted text preview: as 250 miles away from source. *ritual burial-more sophisticated than Neandertal burial which may have possibly just been done to avoid rats. *portable and cave art-first evidence of symbolic expression. *clothing – humans found buried in clothing; awls and needles found. *higher population densities-more efficient technologies to garner resources meant more people could live in the same place *less injury and disease, longer life expectancy than Neanderthals-use of shelters, better tools, and possibly language/cultural advances led to better life overall...
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