Patterns of early hominid site use at Olduvai Gorge

@inproceedings{Egeland2008PatternsOE,
  title={Patterns of early hominid site use at Olduvai Gorge},
  author={Charles P Egeland},
  year={2008}
}
Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania, preserves an almost unprecedented record of early hominid bio- behavioral evolution. As such, it provides a unique opportunity to document spatio-temporal variability in hominid behavior. New taphonomic data reveal that hominids played little or no role in the formation of the faunal assemblages from many of the sites excavated by Mary Leakey from Beds I and II. In fact, the faunas from only two sites, FLK 22 from Bed I and BK from Bed II, can be considered as largely… CONTINUE READING

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