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We're closer to learning when humans first daubed arrows with poison

We're closer to learning when humans first daubed arrows with poison

Indigenous Plant Use Forum South Africa - Logo

Indigenous Plant Use Forum South Africa - Logo

Interpreting paintings without a commentary: meaning and motive, content and composition in the rock art of the western Cape, South Africa | Antiquity | Cambridge Core

Interpreting paintings without a commentary: meaning and motive, content and composition in the rock art of the western Cape, South Africa | Antiquity | Cambridge Core

Earliest evidence discovered of plants cooked in ancient pottery (in Northern Africa) - Are there any plant-people rock paintings in Southern Africa?

Earliest evidence discovered of plants cooked in ancient pottery (in Northern Africa) - Are there any plant-people rock paintings in Southern Africa?

Seems like a frontier to break in San research? Earliest evidence discovered of plants cooked in ancient pottery - Exceptionally preserved archaeobotanical remains from Takarkori rock shelter (Tadrart Acacus, SW Libya),  dating from around 9500 years ago [Credit: The Archaeological Mission in the Sahara,  Sapienza University of Rome] Read more at https://archaeologynewsnetwork.blogspot.com/2016/12/earliest-evidence-discovered-of-plants.html#ysYW7IjBPPZeAsZB.99

Seems like a frontier to break in San research? Earliest evidence discovered of plants cooked in ancient pottery - Exceptionally preserved archaeobotanical remains from Takarkori rock shelter (Tadrart Acacus, SW Libya), dating from around 9500 years ago [Credit: The Archaeological Mission in the Sahara, Sapienza University of Rome] Read more at https://archaeologynewsnetwork.blogspot.com/2016/12/earliest-evidence-discovered-of-plants.html#ysYW7IjBPPZeAsZB.99

New research sharpens understanding of poison-arrow hunting in Africa. (San) While academic awareness of African peoples' hunting with poison-tipped arrows extends back for centuries, knowledge of the ingenious practice has been scattered among chemistry, entomology and anthropology texts. Read more at https://archaeologynewsnetwork.blogspot.com/2016/02/new-research-sharpens-understanding-of.html#urz3usrk5biHXoZ5.99

New research sharpens understanding of poison-arrow hunting in Africa. (San) While academic awareness of African peoples' hunting with poison-tipped arrows extends back for centuries, knowledge of the ingenious practice has been scattered among chemistry, entomology and anthropology texts. Read more at https://archaeologynewsnetwork.blogspot.com/2016/02/new-research-sharpens-understanding-of.html#urz3usrk5biHXoZ5.99

How environmental awareness helped the Bushmen to poison their game

How environmental awareness helped the Bushmen to poison their game