International Journal of Human Diversity and Evolution
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'Derevianko AP, Petrin VT, Taimagambetov ZK, Otte M, 1998: Early Palaeolithic Assemblages in Travertine, Southern Kazakhstan (A Variant of an Adaptation Model). Anthropologie (Brno) 36, 1-2: 137-164'.
Palaeolithic sites occurring in travertine and recorded in the Piedmont zone of Central Asia as well as in some other regions of Eurasia, probably represent a specific adaptation by ancient humans to the local environment. The industrial complexes at the sites have a distinctive micro-industrial character that may be used as evidence that a major area of identical Early Palaeolithic cultures existed on the vast continent of Eurasia.
Kazakhstan - Travertine Palaeolithic - Micro-industries

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