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Poison arrow

The Real People: Or, why I so often ask, “How do indigenous people handle this?

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

The early use of poison is one more indicator of an advanced repertoire of behavioural and technological traits that have characterised our species from the earliest times.

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

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

The Archaeology News Network: Earliest evidence discovered of plants cooked in a.

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

Earliest direct evidence of plant processing in prehistoric Saharan pottery : Nature Plants

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

A comprehensive study of the hunting tradition of the San peoples of Namibia sheds new light on their use of beetle and plant poisons to boost the lethality of their arrows.

How environmental awareness helped the Bushmen to poison their game

Smooth hunters: How environmental awareness helped the Bushmen to poison their game

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