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The 'human revolution' in lowland tropical Southeast Asia: the antiquity and behavior of anatomically modern humans at Niah Cave (Sarawak, Borneo).
U-Series Dating of Paleolithic Art in 11 Caves in Spain
Dating of calcite crusts overlying art in Spanish caves shows that painting began more than 40,000 years ago, revealing either that cave art was a part of the cultural repertoire of the first anatomically modern humans in Europe or that perhaps Neandertals also engaged in painting caves.
Ancient DNA, Strontium isotopes, and osteological analyses shed light on social and kinship organization of the Later Stone Age
- W. Haak, Guido Brandt, K. Alt
- MedicineProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
- 25 November 2008
Insight is gained into a Late Stone Age society, which appears to have been exogamous and patrilocal, and in which genetic kinship seems to be a focal point of social organization.
Measurements and relationships of diagenetic alteration of bone from three archaeological sites
Four diagenetic parameters have been chosen to represent the state of diagenesis of bone buried on archaeological sites. They are: histological preservation, protein content, crystallinity, and…
Radiocarbon Dates from the Oxford Ams System: Archaeometry Datelist 31
U-series dating of bone using the diffusion-adsorption model
The chemical degradation of bone
A hydrological perspective of the February 2000 floods : A case study in the Sabie River Catchment
The exceptionally heavy rains which fell over the north-eastern parts of South Africa, Mozambique and Zimbabwe during February 2000 resulted in disastrous flooding, loss of hundreds of lives and…
U-Th dating of carbonate crusts reveals Neandertal origin of Iberian cave art
Using uranium-thorium dating of carbonate crusts to show that cave paintings from three different sites in Spain must be older than 64,000 years, this cave art is the earliest dated so far and implies Neandertal authorship.