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Control of Fire by Archaic Humans

The common sense suggest, that fire must have invented very early in human evolution because fire use and control offers a lot of advantages: It acts as a source of warmth, making it easier to get through cold temperatures and allowed … Continue reading

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Early controlled Fire use in Africa and the Levant

Fire is important for warmth, protection, cooking, light, pest control, tool-making, social interaction and perhaps hunting. There are some early Stone Age sites in Africa, that can may seen as candidates for the documentation of early controlled fire use of … Continue reading

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