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Paleolithic Papers #18

Genus Homo: Stone tools found in Attirampakkam, India push back the first occurrence of Levallois style stone tools. 200,000 years earlier than the previous occurrence. John Hawks speculates about the potential for mitochondrial DNA introgression.How to screw up stone tools. H. sapiens: The Indonesian island of Kisar is unusually rich in cave paintings. It now appears that modern humans dispersed out of Africa multiple times prior to 60,000 years ago.
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