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Reconstructing Prehistoric African Population Structure
Large cutting tool variation west and east of the Movius Line.
Imitation and shared intentionality in the Acheulean
- C. Shipton
- Psychology, Biology
- 1 June 2010
The palaeoneurological record suggests some early Homo specimens possessed the neural architecture associated with modern human imitation and it is suggested that a propensity for imitation and shared intentionality evolved soon after 2 million years ago.
Experimental examination of animal trampling effects on artifact movement in dry and water saturated substrates: a test case from South India
Exploring agriculture, interaction and trade on the eastern African littoral: preliminary results from Kenya
There is a growing interest in transoceanic connections between prehistoric communities occupying the Indian Ocean rim. Corroborative and well-sequenced archaeological data from eastern Africa have,…
Measuring behavioural and cognitive complexity in lithic technology throughout human evolution
Taphonomy and Behaviour at the Acheulean Site of Kariandusi, Kenya
- C. Shipton
- 15 May 2011
In this article, Louis Leakey’s previously unpublished field reports are used to describe the 1929–1931 excavation campaign at the Acheulean site of Kariandusi. Using the sample of artefacts from…
Small, Sharp, and Standardized: Global Convergence in Backed-Microlith Technology
Erratum to "Large cutting tool variation west and east of the Movius Line" J. H. Evol. 55 (2008) 962-966.