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The Golden Section of the Anui

... and structure of the biocenosis of the Primitive age, to trace the long process of evolution of the environment that surrounded the primitive man in the distant epoch of the Pleistocene. The earliest evidence of penetration of the Paleolithic man into the Altai is the Karama site dating back 400–800 thousand years. In red-color deposits of the lower Pleistocene, some large-size pebbles were found with roughly chopped-off sharp edges used as primitive stone implements like side scrapers, choppers,...

Modified: 19.06.2018
man , Paleolithic , Altai , Anui , stone tools , primitive man
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The Golden Section of the Anui

... climate and structure of the biocenosis of the Primitive age, to trace the long process of evolution of the environment that surrounded the primitive man in the distant epoch of the Pleistocene. The earliest evidence of penetration of the Paleolithic man into the Altai is the Karama site dating back 400–800 thousand years. In red-color deposits of the lower Pleistocene, some large-size pebbles were found with roughly chopped-off sharp edges used as primitive stone implements like side scrapers, choppers, and ...

Modified: 30.01.2005
man , Paleolithic , Altai , Anui , stone tools , primitive man
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