Archaeology, the Paleolithic of Northeast Asia, A Non-tropical Origin for Humanity, and the Earliest Stages of the Settlement of AmericaeBook - 2008
This controversial volume by Siberian archaeologists, Yuri Mochanov and Svetlana Fedoseeva, places the recent discoveries of early Paleolithic artifacts at the Diring Yuriak site on the Lena River in Siberia, dated at several million years ago, in a model of human origins in the north and thereby challenges the current ruling theory of human origins in Africa. In addition the authors provide illustrations of artifact assemblages from their forty years of research in northeast Siberia that span the early Paleolithic, Middle Paleolithic, and late Paleolithic periods.
Publisher: Burnaby, B.C. :, Archaeology Press, Simon Fraser University,, 
Copyright Date: 2008
Branch Call Number: EBOOK NVD
Characteristics: 1 online resource (v, 89 pages) : illustrations, maps
Alternative Title: SFU Department of Archaeology Publication