Prehistoire 7

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