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THE FAUNA OF THE STONE AGE
THE STONE AGE CULTURES OF NORTH AFRICA
THE STONE AGE CULTURES OF WEST AND CENTRAL
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Acheulean Acheulean stage animals Apis Rock Asselar assemblage associated Aterian Aurignacian culture backed blades Bambata belonging Burkitt Capsian culture cave chapter Chellean Chelleo-Acheulean cleavers climate culture of South culture stage deposits developed Levalloisian earlier early East Africa elephants engravings Europe evidence evolved excavation extinct fauna Fauresmith Fauresmith culture flakes fossil Gamblian Pluvial period geological Gumban hand-axe culture Homo sapiens human Kafuan Kenya Kinangop Plateau lake Levalloisian loisian Magosian makers material Microlithic Middle Pleistocene Middle Stone Age Mousterian Nanyukian Neolithic occur Oldoway Oranian paintings parallel evolution pebble polished axes prehistoric present Professor Breuil Pseudo-Stillbay races region represent Riet Lowe Rift Valley Rock Shelter Sangoan Sebilian sequence shell-mound skull South Africa Southern Rhodesia species stage of culture Stillbay culture Stone Age cultures stone implements style Tanganyika Territory technique to-day typical typological Uganda Upper Pleistocene Upper Stellenbosch Vaufrey Victoria West wet phase Wilton culture yielded