The Arrival of Homo sapiens into the Southern Cone at 14,000 Years Ago

  title={The Arrival of Homo sapiens into the Southern Cone at 14,000 Years Ago},
  author={Gustavo Politis and Maria de Los Angeles Gutierrez and Daniel J Rafuse and Adriana Blasi},
  booktitle={PloS one},
The Arroyo Seco 2 site contains a rich archaeological record, exceptional for South America, to explain the expansion of Homo sapiens into the Americas and their interaction with extinct Pleistocene mammals. The following paper provides a detailed overview of material remains found in the earliest cultural episodes at this multi-component site, dated between ca. 12,170 14C yrs B.P. (ca. 14,064 cal yrs B.P.) and 11,180 14C yrs B.P. (ca. 13,068 cal yrs B.P.). Evidence of early occupations… CONTINUE READING
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