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Middle Stone Age
Date: 400-20 kya
Location: Southern/Eastern Asia
Middle Paleolithic
Date:
Location: Europe & Near East
Later Stone Age
Date: 40 kya in E. Africa & 20 kya in S. Africa
Location: Southern/Eastern Africa
Upper Paleolithic
Date:
Location: Europe & Near East
Paleoindian
Date:
Location: North America
Mesolithic
Date: 11.5 kya
Location: Europe
Archaic
Date: 9 kya
Location: N. America
Neolithic
Date: 14 kya
Location: Middle East & E. Asia
Natufian
Date: 15 kya
Location: Near East
Dolni Vestonice
-UP
-Europe
-Venus figurines
Guitarrero Cave
-10.6 kya
-Peru
-Early domestication of beans, alpacas, llamas, guinea pigs
What are the dates of plant and animal domestication in the Old World?
Plant: 10 kya
Animal: 10-9 kya
What are the dates of plant and animal domestication in the New World?
Plant: 7-5 kya
Animal: 6-1.3 kya
Klassies River Mouth
-MSA
-S. Africa
-Early anatomically modern humans
Pincevent and Verberie
-UP
-Europe
-Semi-sedentism
Danger Cave
-Archaic
-N. America
-Broad spectrum foraging
Mallaha and Hayonim
-Mesolithic
-Near East
-Stone foundations
Jarmo
-Neolithic, 10 kya
-Near East
-Wheet & barley, sheep & goats
Guila Naquitz
-7.4-6.7 kya
-Mesoamerica
-Population increase does not always lead to domestication
Blombos Cave
-MSA
-S. Africa
-Symbolic behavior, maybe trade
Mt. Sandel
-Mesolithic, 10 kya
-Ireland
-First permanent settlements in area
Mesolithic
-No agriculture
-11.5-->9-6 kya
Neolithic
-Agriculture
-9-6-->7-4 kya
Stone Age
Africa
Paleolithic
Europe/Asia
Neanderthal hunting
Before 50 kya: small to medium animals
After 50 kya: medium to large animals
Multiregional hypothesis
Modern humans evolved from hominids that were in their region
Out of Africa hypothesis
Modern humans evolved in Africa and then migrated out
Howieson's Poort
Microliths and blades were found