Prehistoire 2022

- Sibudu Cave (South Africa): Prehistoric knife indicates early humans communicated

Cueva de Ardales (Espagne): rock art cave was used by ancient humans for over 50,000 years

Early dogs may have doubled in size to protect livestock

First Australians Ate Giant Eggs Of Huge Flightless Birds

Powars II (USA):  Paleoindian site as Americas' oldest mine

Stonehenge (Angleterre): Prehistoric faeces reveal parasites from feasting

Pega-Oliva (Espagne): Impact of sea level rise on human groups during Mesolithic and Neolithic periods

 Ammer Valley (Allemagne): Evidence of slash-and-burn cultivation during the Mesolithic

- Examining paleolithic tools and visual perception

Study of ancient predators sheds light on how humans did—or didn't—find food

-  Friendship ornaments from the Stone Age

Cantabrie (Espagne): Marine mollusc shells reveal how prehistoric humans adapted to intense climate change

Aranbaltza II (Espagne): Tools reveal patterns of Neandertal extinction

New computer predictive model useful in identifying ancient hunter-gatherer sites

Xiamabei (Chine): Old Stone Age culture discovered

Bluefish Caves (Canada): Investigating Ice Age America’s Abattoir

Origin of the 30,000-year-old Venus of Willendorf discovered

Au Paléolithique déjà… « Le gras, c'est la vie ! »

Mandrin (France): la grotte révèle de nouveaux secrets sur Homo sapiens

-  Early humans placed the hearth at the optimal location in their cave – for maximum benefit and minimum smoke exposure

Yuzhniy  Oleniy Ostrov (Russie): Climate change in the Early Holocene

- Ohalo II (Israel): 23,000 years ago, humans enjoyed a new bounty of food options

Omo (Ethiopie): Nouvelle datation pour Omo 1 : il vivait sur les bords de la rivière Omo il y a 230 000 ans.

How a handful of prehistoric geniuses launched humanity’s technological revolution

Elarmékora  (Gabon): Des outils d’au moins 650 000 ans