New human teeth from Middle Stone Age deposits at Klasies River, South Africa.

@article{Rightmire2001NewHT,
  title={New human teeth from Middle Stone Age deposits at Klasies River, South Africa.},
  author={G. Philip Rightmire and Hilary J Deacon},
  journal={Journal of human evolution},
  year={2001},
  volume={41 6},
  pages={535-44}
}
Since 1984, the main site at Klasies River has been re-investigated. Human remains, animal bones and stone artefacts have been collected from the LBS, SAS and other stratigraphic members, and these discoveries help to establish the antiquity of anatomically near-modern populations practicing a Middle Stone Age way of life on the southern coast of Africa. Several teeth found in the lower SAS levels in 1989-1991 can be matched in recent South African populations. Two complete upper molars… CONTINUE READING
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