ochre use in the middle stone age at sibudu

  • (PDF) Ochre use at Sibudu Cave and its link to complex

    Ochre is found at many Middle Stone Age (MSA) sites and its use is often attributed to enhanced mental abilities and symbolism. However the links between the visible uses of ochre cognition and symbolism have not been clearly demonstrated. Here it

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  • Ochre Use in the Middle Stone Age at Sibudu South Africa

    Request PDF Ochre Use in the Middle Stone Age at Sibudu South Africa Grinding Rubbing Scoring and Engraving Many Middle Stone Age (MSA)

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  • Ochre Use in the Middle Stone AgeOxford Research

    Apr 01 2020 · Hodgskiss Tammy. 2013. "Ochre Use in the Middle Stone Age at Sibudu South Africa. Grinding Rubbing Scoring and Engraving." Journal of African Archaeology 11 (1) 1–21. Find this resource Google Preview WorldCat Hodgskiss Tammy. 2014. "The Cognitive Requirements for Ochre Use in the Middle Stone Age at Sibudu South Africa."

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  • Ochre in hafting in Middle Stone Age southern Africa a

    Engraved ochre from a Middle Stone Age context at Klein Kliphuis in the Western Cape of South Africa. Journal of Archaeological Science Vol. 35 Issue. 6 p. 1521. Journal of Archaeological Science Vol. 35 Issue. 6 p. 1521.

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  • A Milk and Ochre Paint Mixture Used 49 000 Years Ago at

    Introduction. Paint is a mixture of solid pigment and a liquid vehicle that can be applied to a surface or to a body for decorative or protective purposes.We report here an early case of a paint preserved as a mineral and organic residue on the working edge of a stone flake from a Middle Stone Age (MSA) layer of Sibudu (South Africa) dated to c. 49 000 years ago .

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  • Ochre in hafting in Middle Stone Age southern Africa a

    Engraved ochre from a Middle Stone Age context at Klein Kliphuis in the Western Cape of South Africa. Journal of Archaeological Science Vol. 35 Issue. 6 p. 1521. Journal of Archaeological Science Vol. 35 Issue. 6 p. 1521.

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  • Human exploitation of nocturnal felines at Diepkloof Rock

    Apr 14 2020 · Archaeologically visible proxies for the use of symbols as a means of intra- and inter-human group communication are documented from several Middle Stone Age (MSA) rock shelters in

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  • Middle Stone AgeWikipedia

    The Middle Stone Age (or MSA) was a period of African prehistory between the Early Stone Age and the Later Stone Age is generally considered to have begun around 280 000 years ago and ended around 50–25 000 years ago. The beginnings of particular MSA stone tools have their origins as far back as 550–500 000 years ago and as such some researchers consider this to be the beginnings of the

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  • Rose Cottage CaveWikipedia

    Rose Cottage is the only site from the Middle Stone Age that can tell us about the behavioral variability of hunter-gatherers during the Late Pleistocene and Holocene. Berry D. Malan excavated the site between 1943 and 1946 shortly succeeded by Peter B. Beaumont in the early 1960s and the most recent excavations occurred from 1987 to 1997 by

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  • Patterns of change and continuity in ochre use during the

    May 24 2017 · Watts I. The origin of symbolic culture the Middle Stone Age of southern Africa and Khoisan ethnography. Doctoral dissertation University of London. 1998. 40. Hodgskiss T. Ochre Use in the Middle Stone Age at Sibudu South Africa Grinding Rubbing Scoring and Engraving. J Afr Archaeol. 201311 75–95. View Article

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  • Middle Stone Age Ochre Processing and Behavioural

    Nov 02 2016 · Ochre is a common feature at Middle Stone Age (MSA) sites and has often been interpreted as a proxy for the origin of modern behaviour. However few ochre processing tools ochre containers and ochre-stained artefacts from MSA contexts have been studied in detail within a theoretical framework aimed at inferring the technical steps involved in the acquisition production and use

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  • The Role of Ochre in the Middle Stone Age

    Red ochre is widely distributed at Middle Stone Age (MSAfor list of abbreviations see Appendix 1) sites. Ritual and utilitarian interpretations have been proposed for its occurrences resulting in an ongoing debate regarding the role ochre played during the African MSA.

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  • Bedding hearths and site maintenance in the Middle Stone

    ORIGINAL PAPER Bedding hearths and site maintenance in the Middle Stone Age of Sibudu Cave KwaZulu-Natal South Africa Paul Goldberg Christopher E. Miller Solveig Schiegl Bertrand Ligouis Francesco Berna Nicholas J. Conard Lyn Wadley Received 31 October 2008 /Accepted 6 April 2009 /Published online 13 May 2009

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  • Implications for complex cognition from the hafting of

    Kenya yielded tools with red ochre stains that imply the use of multicomponent glue (5). Traces of even earlier ( 70 ka) compound adhesives occur together with microfractures con-sistent with hafting on Middle Stone Age (MSA) stone tools from Sibudu Cave South Africa (see SI Text and Table S1).

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  • The Role of Ochre in the Middle Stone Age

    Red ochre is widely distributed at Middle Stone Age (MSAfor list of abbreviations see Appendix 1) sites. Ritual and utilitarian interpretations have been proposed for its occurrences resulting in an ongoing debate regarding the role ochre played during the African MSA.

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  • Prehistoric Man in South Africa Made Milk-based Paint

    Sep 27 2018 · "The powdered paint mixture was found on the edge of a small stone flake in a layer of Sibudu Cave a rock shelter in northern KwaZulu-Natal Africa that was occupied by anatomically modern humans in the Middle Stone Age said Villa. While ochre powder production and its use are documented in a number of Middle Stone Age South African

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  • South Africans used milk-based paint 49 000 years ago

    Jun 30 2015 · July 10 2015 — Two of South Africa s most famous archaeological sites Sibudu and Blombos have revealed that Middle Stone Age groups who

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  • From the Cover Implications for complex cognition from

    Jun 16 2009 · Compound adhesives made from red ochre mixed with plant gum were used in the Middle Stone Age (MSA) South Africa. Replications reported here suggest that early artisans did not merely color their glues red they deliberately effected physical transformations involving chemical changes from acidic to less acidic pH dehydration of the adhesive near wood fires and changes to

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  • Tammy ReynardJohannesburg Area South Africa

    Many Middle Stone Age (MSA) sites have evidence of the regular collection and use of ochre. Sibudu (KwaZulu-Natal South Africa) has a large MSA ochre assemblage of over 9000 pieces from layers dating between 77 ka and 38 ka. There are 682 pieces with signs of use. All use-traces were examined and activity categories were defined based on

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  • The Use of Ochre and Painting During the Upper Paleolithic

    Ochre Use in the Middle Stone Age at Sibudu South Africa Grinding Rubbing Scoring and Engraving. Journal of African Archaeology 11(1) 75-95. Crossref Google Scholar. Hodgskiss T. P. (2014). Cognitive Requirements for Ochre Use in the Middle Stone Age at Sibudu South Africa. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 24(03) 405-428.

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  • The Role of Ochre in the Middle Stone Age

    Red ochre is widely distributed at Middle Stone Age (MSAfor list of abbreviations see Appendix 1) sites. Ritual and utilitarian interpretations have been proposed for its occurrences resulting in an ongoing debate regarding the role ochre played during the African MSA.

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  • Evidence of hunting and hafting during the Middle Stone

    Mar 01 2005 · Points and point fragments from Middle Stone Age layers (dated to between 50 000 and 60 000 years ago) from Sibudu Cave KwaZulu-Natal South Africa were examined to establish whether they were used as hafted spearheads for hunting.

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  • Rose Cottage CaveWikipedia

    Rose Cottage is the only site from the Middle Stone Age that can tell us about the behavioral variability of hunter-gatherers during the Late Pleistocene and Holocene. Berry D. Malan excavated the site between 1943 and 1946 shortly succeeded by Peter B. Beaumont in the early 1960s and the most recent excavations occurred from 1987 to 1997 by

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  • A Milk and Ochre Paint Mixture Used 49 000 Years Ago at

    Introduction. Paint is a mixture of solid pigment and a liquid vehicle that can be applied to a surface or to a body for decorative or protective purposes.We report here an early case of a paint preserved as a mineral and organic residue on the working edge of a stone flake from a Middle Stone Age (MSA) layer of Sibudu (South Africa) dated to c. 49 000 years ago .

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  • Tammy ReynardJohannesburg Area South Africa

    Many Middle Stone Age (MSA) sites have evidence of the regular collection and use of ochre. Sibudu (KwaZulu-Natal South Africa) has a large MSA ochre assemblage of over 9000 pieces from layers dating between 77 ka and 38 ka. There are 682 pieces with signs of use.

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  • Putting ochre to the test replication studies of

    Nov 01 2005 · Substantial frequencies of Middle Stone Age (MSA) lithics from Rose Cottage and Sibudu Caves in South Africa have red ochre on their proximal and medial portions. Residue studies suggest that the tools were hafted and that the ochre may

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  • Implications for complex cognition from the hafting of

    Kenya yielded tools with red ochre stains that imply the use of multicomponent glue (5). Traces of even earlier ( 70 ka) compound adhesives occur together with microfractures con-sistent with hafting on Middle Stone Age (MSA) stone tools from Sibudu Cave South Africa (see SI Text and Table S1).

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  • A Raman micro-spectroscopy study of 77 000 to 71 000 year

    Many Middle Stone Age sites in South Africa yielded hundreds even thousands of ochre pieces sometimes showing use traces. Less attention has been paid to the tools used for their processing. Here seven tools excavated from the oldest layers (71 000 to 77 000 years ago) of Sibudu rock shelter were studied non-invasively to identify the micro-residues on them.

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  • Those marvellous millennia the Middle Stone Age of

    Africa s Middle Stone Age (MSA) may have lasted almost half a million years but its earliest expression is not yet well understood. The MSA is best known for innovations that appear in the archaeological record at various times after about 200 000 years ago with the first appearance of Homo sapiens. These novel behaviours embrace hafting technology the use of compound paints and adhesives

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  • Those marvellous millennia the Middle Stone Age of

    Africa s Middle Stone Age (MSA) may have lasted almost half a million years but its earliest expression is not yet well understood. The MSA is best known for innovations that appear in the archaeological record at various times after about 200 000 years ago with the first appearance of Homo sapiens. These novel behaviours embrace hafting technology the use of compound paints and adhesives

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  • A Raman micro-spectroscopy study of 77 000 to 71 000 year

    Many Middle Stone Age sites in South Africa yielded hundreds even thousands of ochre pieces sometimes showing use traces. Less attention has been paid to the tools used for their processing. Here seven tools excavated from the oldest layers (71 000 to 77 000 years ago) of Sibudu rock shelter were studied non-invasively to identify the micro-residues on them.

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  • Tammy HodgskissThe Conversation

    Ochre use in the Middle Stone Age at Sibudu grinding rubbing scoring and engraving Journal of African Archaeology 11(1) 75–95 2012 An investigation into the properties of the ochre from

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  • A Raman micro-spectroscopy study of 77 000 to 71 000 year

    Many Middle Stone Age sites in South Africa yielded hundreds even thousands of ochre pieces sometimes showing use traces. Less attention has been paid

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  • Ochre in hafting in Middle Stone Age southern Africa a

    Engraved ochre from a Middle Stone Age context at Klein Kliphuis in the Western Cape of South Africa. Journal of Archaeological Science Vol. 35 Issue. 6 p. 1521. Journal of Archaeological Science Vol. 35 Issue. 6 p. 1521.

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  • Implications for complex cognition from the hafting of

    Jun 16 2009 · Fig. 1. Stone tools (segments) with adhesive from Sibudu Cave. (A) Segment with red ochre visible to the naked eye on that part of the tool that would have been in a haft (i).Microscopic views of red ochre and plant gum on the tool (ii and

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