Lithic raw material units based on magnetic properties: A blind test with Armenian obsidian and application to the Middle Palaeolithic site of Lusakert Cave 1

@article{Frahm2016LithicRM,
  title={Lithic raw material units based on magnetic properties: A blind test with Armenian obsidian and application to the Middle Palaeolithic site of Lusakert Cave 1},
  author={Ellery Frahm and Ellery Frahm and Joshua M. Feinberg and Gilliane Monnier and Gilbert Tostevin and Boris Gasparyan and Daniel Adler},
  journal={Journal of Archaeological Science},
  year={2016},
  volume={74},
  pages={102-123}
}
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Geochemical Evidence for the Control of Fire by Middle Palaeolithic Hominins
TLDR
The results suggest that the ability of hominins to manipulate fire independent of exploitation of wildfires was spatially variable in the MP and may have developed multiple times in the genus Homo.

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