Prehistoire 7

Shigir (Russie) : Beaver's teeth 'used to carve the oldest wooden statue in the world'

MerMorte (Israel) :Humans were already changing the environment 11,500 years ago

New research reveals earliest directly dated rock paintings from southern Africa

Huaca Prieta (Pérou) : Groundbreaking discovery of early human life

Porc-Epic Cave (Ethiopie) :Ochre use by Middle Stone Age humans persisted over thousands of years

Barrow Island (Australie) : Evidence of the earliest occupation of the coasts of Australia

Ledi-Geraru (Ethiopie) : Grassy beginning for earliest Homo

Movement of early humans into the Indian subcontinent

Yabroud (Syrie) : Well-traveled tool shows early humans covered vast distances

Changes in Early Stone Age tool production have ‘musical’ ties

Quest to hand down prehistoric secrets

Early culture shaped by migration and population growth

El Kherba (Algérie) :Study correlates climate change and early human activities 1.7 million years ago

Southern California (USA) : Humans in America '115,000 years earlier than thought'

Sibudu Cave (Af. du Sud) : Early evidence of Middle Stone Age projectiles found

Saline (USA) : Archaeology study of the County area continues

World's Tallest Men Trace Back to Paleolithic Mammoth Hunters

- el-Wad (Israel) :In search of the wild fava bean

Adoption Of Bow Use In Ancient Hunting May Have Set Off Societal Changes

- For early humans, cannibalism more than just a meal

We’re closer to learning when humans first daubed arrows with poison

Triquet Island (Cnada) : One of the Oldest North American Settlements Found

Origin of fluting in North American Pleistocene weaponry

Paisley (USA) : Oldest remains of insects from bed bug genus found

Sulawesi (Indonésie) :  Ice age art and ‘jewellery’ found reveal an ancient symbolic culture

Gran Dolina (Espagne) : Oldest case of bison communal hunting

Mouse in the house tells tale of human settlement

Afar (Ethiopie): Archaeologists Uncover Last Human To Die Happy

Aquitaine (France) :Evidence of craft specialisation in bead production in Upper Palaeolithic?

Coves de Santa Maira (Espagne) : an outbreak of cannibalism 10,000 years ago

Wadi Hammeh 27 (Jordanie) : Half a million miniscule stone flakes give clues to Natufian culture

Discovery of widespread platinum may help solve Clovis people mystery

- Saulges (France) : L’homme préhistorique se plaisait en Mayenne

Miasteczko Śląskie (Pologne) : Prehistoric humans mined metal 12,000 years ago

Atapuerca (Espagne) : New evidence on the diet of the ’Homo antecessor’

Where were all the women in the Stone Age?

Abri Cellier (France) :38,000-year-old engravings confirm ancient origins of technique used by Seurat, Van Gogh

Ohalo II (Israel) : Flint Sickles Prove Grain Cultivation in Galilee 23,000 Years Ago

Sharpening our knowledge of prehistory on East Africa's bone harpoons

Lethal aggression among prehistoric hunter-gatherers in central California

Clovis Culture, Ice Age Fauna Weren’t Wiped Out by Cosmic Impact

Kiowa (Nouvelle Guinée) : early humans were forced to start farming

Caverna delle Arene Candide (Italie) :  Broken pebbles offer clues to Paleolithic funeral rituals

Sibilo School Road Site (Kenya) :  Stone age trade

Abri Blanchard (France) :  38,000 year-old engravings

Humans, not climate change, wiped out Australian megafauna

Bluefish Caves (Canada): 1st traces of humans in North America 24,000 years ago

Chusang (Tibet): Tibetans Lived in Himalayas Year-Round Up to 12,600 Years Ago

Sahara (Libye): Earliest evidence discovered of plants cooked in ancient pottery

Early humans began cooking food over 800k yrs ago

Atacama (Chili): Desert may have harbored lakes, wetlands

Sima del Elefante (Espagne): Dental hygiene, caveman style

Sima del Elefante (Espagne): Europe's earliest humans did not use fire

Forensic technique reveals sex of prehistoric hand stencil artists

Development of new techniques makes it possible to date Australian Aboriginal rock art

- Tell Qarassa North (Syrie):  first to domesticate cereals