The limestone spheroids of ‘Ubeidiya: were they an intentional imposition of symmetric geometry by early hominins?
2.9-million-year-old butchery site, Nyayanga, reopens case of who made first stone tools; the study has been published in Science
The first attempt to apply cosmogenic nuclide isochron-burial dating directly to lithic tools from the Olduvai Gorge
The CENIEH in collaboration with CNRPAH leads a study reporting the discovery of the oldest Acheulean lithic assemblage found in North Africa, dated to about 1.7 million years
The rich archaeo-paleontological record of El Provencio exhibits stone tools worked in flint and quartzite catalogued as Modes 1, 2 and 3 (Oldowan, Acheulean and Mousterian), as well as bone remains from species characteristic of the Pleistocene