• And Then Came Clothing and Speech Mark Roberts discusses why was Europe colonised by hominids half a million years ago. Published in the Journal of British Archaeology in 1996.
    www.britarch.ac.uk/.../ba19feat.html#roberts
  • Bradshaw Foundation: Ice Age Art Article on the figurines and sculptures of prehistoric Europe during the Upper Palaeolithic prehistory era.
    www.bradshawfoundation.com/.../
  • From Art and Tools Came Human Origins Larry Barham reports in British Archaeology that evidence of modern human behaviour 200,000 years old may have been found in Africa.
    www.britarch.ac.uk/.../ba42feat.html#barham
  • Global Land Environments during the last 130,000 Years A description of climatic conditions during the Paleolithic.
    www.esd.ornl.gov/.../nerc.html
  • Ice Ages A guide to the climatic changes that occurred during the Paleolithic.
    www.museum.state.il.us/.../
  • In This Dark Cavern Thy Burying Place An article by Andrew Chamberlain from British Archaeology discussing Paleolithic mortuary practices in Great Britain.
    www.britarch.ac.uk/.../ba26feat.html#cavern
  • Old Stone Age Shannon McPherron (University of North Carolina, Greensboro) and Harold Dibble (University of Pennsylvania) report on research at several sites in Europe and Abydos in Egypt.
    www.oldstoneage.com/
  • Paleolithic The Paleolithic (US spelling; British spelling: Palaeolithic) Age, Era or Period is a prehistoric period of human history distinguished by the development of the most primitive stone tools discovered (Grahame Clark's Modes I and II), and covers roughly 99
    en.wikipedia.org/.../Paleolithic
  • Pleistocene Mammals A image gallery of megafauna on display at the Russian Paleontological Institute.
    www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/.../pinpleist.html
  • Reflections on the Style-Function Debate Summary of the style-versus-function debate regarding Paleolithic stone tools. Includes references.
    www.jqjacobs.net/.../debate.html
  • Struggling artists of the Ice Age An article that argues that Paleolithic cave art is a depiction of human and animal relationships in prehistory.
    www.britarch.ac.uk/.../ba6feat.html#pettitt