Pleistocene cave art from Sulawesi, Indonesia
It can now be demonstrated that humans were producing rock art by ∼40 kyr ago at opposite ends of the Pleistocene Eurasian world.
New radiometric ages for the Fauresmith industry from Kathu Pan, southern Africa: Implications for the Earlier to Middle Stone Age transition
Revised stratigraphy and chronology for Homo floresiensis at Liang Bua in Indonesia
New stratigraphic and chronological evidence from Liang Bua is reported that does not support the ages inferred previously for the H. floresiensis holotype, or the time of last appearance of this species.
New evidence for a 67,000-year-old human presence at Callao Cave, Luzon, Philippines.
The Later Stone Age Calvaria from Iwo Eleru, Nigeria: Morphology and Chronology
- K. Harvati, C. Stringer, R. Grün, M. Aubert, P. Allsworth-Jones, C. Folorunso
- GeographyPLoS ONE
- 15 September 2011
The results support a terminal Pleistocene chronology for the Iwo Eleru burial and further highlight the dearth of hominin finds from West Africa, and underscore the real lack of knowledge of human evolution in that region.
The Age of the 20 Meter Solo River Terrace, Java, Indonesia and the Survival of Homo erectus in Asia
The age of the sites and hominins is at least bracketed between these estimates and is older than currently accepted, and may favor an African origin for recent humans who would overlap with H. erectus in time and space.
On the limits of using combined U-series/ESR method to date fossil teeth from two Early Pleistocene archaeological sites of the Orce area (Guadix-Baza basin, Spain)
Palaeolithic cave art in Borneo
It is now evident that a major Palaeolithic cave art province existed in the eastern extremity of continental Eurasia and in adjacent Wallacea from at least 40 ka until the Last Glacial Maximum, which has implications for understanding how early rock art traditions emerged, developed and spread in Pleistocene Southeast Asia and further afield.
A review of rock art dating in the Kimberley, Western Australia
- M. Aubert
- 1 March 2012