Archaelogy Sites in Human Evolution

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what kind of homminins found at torralba/ambrona?
set time frame for tools
early use of mediterainian environment
isernia is in
2.3mya kenya
2.23mya ethiopia
1.4mya isreal
Aridos and Torralba/Ambrona
500k, italy
gesher benot ya'qov is a
3 sites using mammalian biostratigraphy
gesher benot ya'qov is in
500k britain
koobi fora is dated
hominids at senga 5, A.L. 666-1, lokalalei and gona valley were all
evidence of foods common today
1.6 mys east africa west turkana
isernia was dated using
bose valley is in
famous archeoligist at trinil
china, 800k
stratified finds of homo habilis and homo erectus
relitively complete type specimen for homo ergaster
konso-gardula is in
What hominins were found at Aridos?
1.7mya georgia caucasus mts
2.2-2.4mya congo
dmanisi is in
at the same time, what site had a different hominid at the same time as in atapuerca?
earliest handaxes
represents early movement out of africa
what kind of hunting at torralba/ambrona?
evidence of ice age behavior
Spears and hunting weapons were found preserved where?
early movement out of africa
boxgrove was dated using
earliest evidence of structures
nariokotome is in
remains of homo antecessor found
What site is in Germany?
koobi fora is in
best collection of homo erectus
boxgrove is in
terra amata is in
1st individual with handaxe found at
only and first evidence of mode 2 tools in china
best known homo erectus site
2.5 mya ethiopia
2-1mya east africa
900k java
archaic homo sapien found at boxgrove
800k italy
only site to produce homo habilis with stone tools
senga 5A, gona valley, lokalalei and A.L. 666-1 all have this in common
individual hunts
tajikstan, 850k
ceprano is in
eugene dubois found this at trinil
Germany, 400k
earliest stone tool production
Spain, 350 K
300k france
earliest site outside africa with home ergaster remains
780k isreal
shows sites out in open, not in caves
evidence that eearly hominids were moving into colder climates
hunting site around swamp
rare find of homo erectus in europe
evidence of fire, hunting and canabalism found at
460-230k china
evidence that early hominids were moving into colder climates is also called
500k is what type of period
earliest mode 2 tools found here

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