Macrobotanical Remains from Wonderwerk Cave (Excavation 1), Oldowan to Late Pleistocene (2 Ma to 14 ka bp), South Africa

@article{Bamford2015MacrobotanicalRF,
  title={Macrobotanical Remains from Wonderwerk Cave (Excavation 1), Oldowan to Late Pleistocene (2 Ma to 14 ka bp), South Africa},
  author={M. Bamford},
  journal={African Archaeological Review},
  year={2015},
  volume={32},
  pages={813-838}
}
  • M. Bamford
  • Published 2015
  • Geography
  • African Archaeological Review
  • Wonderwerk Cave in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa has a record of occupation spanning some 2 million years, comprising flora, fauna and cultural artifacts and, therefore, potentially, has the most complete macrobotanical record associated with hominin/human activities. The flora is described here for the lower levels: the Oldowan Stratum 12 (ca. 2 Ma) to the Late Pleistocene Stratum 5 (ca. 14 ka). The older material includes calcified roots, leaf litter of small dicotyledonous twigs… CONTINUE READING
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