45,000-Year-Old Lithic Artifacts Point to Dawn of Social Division of Labor

Thousands of stone tools crafted 40,000 – 45,000 years ago (early Upper Paleolithic) and unearthed from the recently discovered cave site of Mughr el-Hamamah in Jordan show a mix of techniques for making points, blades, scrapers, cutting flakes, and reveal clues about how early humans may have started organizing into complex social groups by specializing [...] —> Read More