Stone Age groups made similar toolmaking breakthroughs

September 25, 2014 9:14 PM

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No mysterious migration required to explain how chipping technique appeared in different continents.

Different palaeolithic populations around the world might have developed a crucial toolmaking skill independently. This conclusion, based on the analysis of hundreds of artefacts from a recently excavated archaeological site in Armenia, weakens a long-held theory that Stone Age people in Eurasia lea...

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