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gathered artifacts from sediments spanning 12 million years at Olorgesailie Unfortunately ancient erosion stripped away layers between 499000 and 320000 years ago erasing the time when the MSA was probably invented But by looking at more than 20000 animal fossils associated with tens of thousands of stone tools and multiple clues to the ancient environment the team provides a detailed picture of life before and after the transition to the MSA They pin down the timing with what geochronologist Michael Storey of the Natural History Museum of Denmark in Copenhagen calls "very impressive" dating The roots of modern human behavior Many complex technologies and signs of symbolic behavior such as sophisticated Middle Stone Age (MSA) tools and pigment use appeared first in Africa and then in fits and starts around the world Pinnacle Point in South Africa Shellfish harvests use of red ochre pigment Africa Asia and Europe Shaped bone and ivory tools notation systems stunning figurative art Skhul Cave in Israel Creation of perforated shell beads Widely accepted fossils of H sapiens MSA tools Jebel Irhoud in Morocco Oldest fossils of early Homo sapiens MSA tools Emergence of Acheulean stone tools in Africa Olorgesailie in Kenya Omo Kibish in Ethiopia Oldest securely dated MSA tools use of red and black pigment long-distance transport of obsidian 50000 to 30000 ~17 million ~320000 ~300000 years ago 190000 164000 105000 A descriptive headline for your chunk Event 1 A very short description of the event in this space No more than four lines if possible Event 1 A very short description of the event in this space No more than four lines if possible Event 1 A very short description of the event in this space No more than four lines if possible Event 1 A very short description of the event in this space No more than four lines if possible Event 1 A very short description of the event in this space No more than four lines if possible Event 1 A very short description of the event in this space No more than four lines if possible N DESAI/SCIENCE About 900000 years ago a skull cap shows that the human ancestor H erectus lived at Olorgesailie and used big Acheulean hand axes and scrapers to butcher meat About 800000 years ago the climate began fluctuating more intensely from wet to dry and the environment became more arid and grassy At about 615000 years ago early humans began to make smaller Acheulean tools they could carry farther and to more carefully select basalt as raw material perhaps shifting hunting tactics in a changing environment Potts says The last hand ax at the site dates to 499000 years ago before the gap By the time the archaeological record restarted at 320000 years ago the Acheulean tools were gone and the basin had changed dramatically The wet-dry cycle was even more extreme More than 80% of mammal species had vanished and new kinds of elephants pigs foxes and springboks gathered at tree-lined streams MSA tools—relatively sophisticated blades and points that would have been hafted onto spears—were plentiful The site yielded no human fossils in this key time frame so researchers can’t be sure who the new toolmakers were But discoveries elsewhere offer a strong hint For years archaeologists had thought the MSA tools were too old to have been made by our species Then last year fossils resembling H sapiens were found near MSA tools and dated to nearly 300000 years ago at Jebel Irhoud in Morocco—timing that fits the Olorgesailie chronology Features of the MSA tools also suggest they were the handiwork of sophisticated humans The toolmakers were highly selective about their raw materials importing obsidian from up to 90 kilometers away Such far-flung connections are a "hallmark of human social organization and an important buffer in forager societies" whose members may move to distant places in hard times Brooks says The tools also are smaller more precise and more uniform in shape than Acheulean tools They represent a milestone in abstract thinking: A hand ax preserves the shape of the original lump of rock but creating a blade from an already prepared core forces toolmakers to visualize its shape in advance Brooks says The team also found chunks of black rock and pieces of red ochre that had been punctured by sharp stone chisels They propose both were used as pigments to create marks of individual or group identity suggesting a high degree of social organization Bodo Ethiopia Herto in Ethiopia~160000 Omo Kibish in Ethiopia~195000 Jebel Irhoud in Morocco~300000 Olorgesailie in Kenya~320000 N DESAI/SCIENCE Expanded social networks are "a key unique feature of modern humans" says archaeologist Curtis Marean of Arizona State University in Tempe although he suspects there will be some debate about the evidence for long-distance networks noting that most of the stone came from just 25 to 50 kilometers from the site By combining artifacts with environmental data the papers help explain what drove the MSA says archaeologist Shannon McPherron of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig Germany "They were able to use the long time-sequence at Olorgesailie to demonstrate how changes in the environment and the fauna correspond to the shift to the MSA" But these MSA toolmakers hadn’t developed the full package of sophisticated behavior Dunbar cautions "It’s at the bottom of the scale of modern behavior" he says "We’re not talking about Salvador Dalí" "Apple is not willing to pay a dime, "The president. is watched by 350 million viewers worldwide according to BBC. 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