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作者:Benjamin J. Schoville , Kyle S. Brown
来源:[J].Journal of Archaeological Science(IF 1.889), 2015, Vol.54, pp.294-299Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Rots and Plisson (2014) question our conclusion that 500,000-year-old points from Kathu Pan 1, South Africa were used as spear tips (Wilkins et al., 2012). However, their reinterpretation of the fractures we identify as diagnostic impact fractures are incorrect. Desp...
作者:Benjamin J. Schoville
来源:[J].Journal of Archaeological Science(IF 1.889), 2014, Vol.48, pp.84-95Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)The interpretation of taphonomic and behavioral lithic edge wear formation is complicated by equifinality of edge damage morphologies. Rejecting hypotheses that edge damage originates from taphonomic processes is standard practice for many archaeological analyses and...
作者:Benjamin J. Schoville , Erik Otárola-Castillo
来源:[J].Journal of Human Evolution(IF 4.094), 2014, Vol.73, pp.1-14Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Zooarchaeologists frequently use the relative abundance of skeletal elements in faunal assemblages in conjunction with foraging theory models to infer subsistence decisions made by prehistoric hunter-gatherers. However, foraging models applied to ethnoarchaeological ...
作者:Benjamin J. Schoville
来源:[J].Journal of Human Evolution(IF 4.094), 2010, Vol.59 (3), pp.378-391Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Unretouched convergent flakes are frequently a well represented tool type in many Middle Stone Age (MSA) assemblages. Damage to the lateral margins of these points is frequent; however, analytical methods for dealing with the frequency and distribution of edge damage...
作者:Benjamin J. Schoville , Jayne Wilkins
来源:[J].Quaternary International(IF 1.962), 2014, Vol.350, pp.147-168Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Open-air Middle Stone Age (MSA) contexts in southern Africa have received relatively little research attention compared to caves/rock-shelters. MSA caves/rock shelters can provide long sequences of MSA behaviors dominated by residential activities in circumscrib...
作者:... Kathryn L. Ranhorn , Benjamin J. Schoville , Curtis W. Marean
来源:[J].PLOS ONE(IF 3.73), 2017, Vol.12 (3)PLOS
摘要:There are multiple hypotheses for human responses to glacial cycling in the Late Pleistocene, including changes in population size, interconnectedness, and mobility. Lithic technological analysis informs us of human responses to environmental change because lithic assemblage...
作者:Benjamin J. Schoville , Kyle S. Brown ...
来源:[J].PLOS ONE(IF 3.73), 2016, Vol.11 (10)PLOS
摘要:The Middle Stone Age (MSA) is associated with early evidence for symbolic material culture and complex technological innovations. However, one of the most visible aspects of MSA technologies are unretouched triangular stone points that appear in the archaeological record as ...
作者:Jayne Wilkins , Benjamin J. Schoville , Kyle S. Brown
来源:[J].PLOS ONE(IF 3.73), 2014, Vol.9 (8)PLOS
摘要:Stone-tipped weapons were a significant innovation for Middle Pleistocene hominins. Hafted hunting technology represents the development of new cognitive and social learning mechanisms within the genus Homo , and may have provided a foraging advantage over simpler forms of h...
作者:Amy Hatton , Benjamin J. Schoville , Jayne Wilkins
来源:[J].Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 2020, Vol.29Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Early archaeological evidence for symbolically-mediated behaviour, which is our ability to create and share coded information between and within groups, comes from the African Middle Stone Age. Nassarius kraussianus shell beads, discovered in the Late Pleistocen...
作者:Benjamin J. Schoville , Jayne Wilkins ...
来源:[J].Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 2017, Vol.14, pp.302-317Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)The origins of complex projectile weaponry provides insight into cultural and biological changes associated with the origins and spread of modern human populations. Middle Stone Age backed pieces are often thought to be components of such armaments, however our limit...

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