Making Silent Stones Speak

Two anthropologists explain their research into Stone Age tools and new theories about the role of toolmaking in human evolution

Making Silent Stones Speak

Two anthropologists explain their research into Stone Age tools and new theories about the role of toolmaking in human evolution

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