The Emergence of Bone Technologies at the end of the Pleistocene in Southeast Asia: Regional and Evolutionary Implications
For many decades Palaeolithic research viewed the development of early modern human behaviour as largely one of progress down a path towards the modernity of the present. The European Palaeolithic sequence the most extensively studied was for a long time
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