Stone Tools in Human Evolution: Behavioral Differences among Technological Primates, written by John J. Shea

in Journal of African Archaeology
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Stone Tools in Human Evolution: Behavioral Differences among Technological Primates, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2017, 236 pp., isbn 9781107123090 (hardcover) / 9781107554931 (paperback), £64.99 hardcover. £22.99 paperback

In Stone Tools in Human Evolution: Behavioral Differences among Technological Primates, John Shea employs a comparative analytical approach. He assesses how the evolution of behavior differs between humans and non-human primates to determine how we should classify the earliest period of tool production and use. Should the Palaeolithic be divided into industries, time successive units, or a single evolutionary sequence? This broad issue has vexed archaeologists since the

Stone Tools in Human Evolution: Behavioral Differences among Technological Primates, written by John J. Shea

in Journal of African Archaeology

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ClarkJ.G.D. 1977. World Prehistory3rd edition. Cambridge University PressCambridge.

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