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Essay on Upper Palaeolithic 'revolution'

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This is a 2,000 essay with reference list on the Upper Palaeolithic 'revolution' , covering when it began and how archeologist have identified it.

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Paleolithic Stone Age Upper Paleolithic Pleistocene Recent African origin of modern humans Stone Age Europe Human evolution Anthropology Aurignacian Behavioral modernity Middle Stone Age Blombos Cave Alison Brooks Stringer
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Paleolithic Stone Age Upper Paleolithic Pleistocene Recent African origin of modern humans Stone Age Europe Human evolution Anthropology Aurignacian Behavioral modernity Middle Stone Age Blombos Cave Alison Brooks Stringer
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The archaeological evidence to support this model has been derived mainly from Europe through the fossil record which has produced an abundance of complex artefacts illustrating advanced blade technology, symbolic adornments and art work, superior tool design from new and improved materials which may indicate long distance travel and trade, and improved diet through new technologies for procuring food. Proponents for the revolution model argue that life was very different for humans around 30,000 years ago when compared to that of humans...
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