Samples from the site date from the earliest stages of the middle Stone Age to the Iron Age.
What does MSA stand for?
MSA stands for Middle Stone Age
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Director Gavin says Dinosaurs Uncovered sets out to explore the Middle Stone Age.
A trial dig has unearthed a stone hearth which has been dated to 4,000 to 4,500 years ago in the Middle Stone Age, and which would have been located on the shore of one of the lakes.
Researchers from the University of Colorado examined stone tools dating from the Middle Stone Age, some 75,000 years ago, from Blombos Cave in what is now South Africa, a curator at the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History and a co-author of the study published in the journal Science.
This happened during the Middle Stone Age, a time when the collecting of wild grains has conventionally been perceived as an irrelevant activity and not as important as that of roots, fruits and nuts," Mercader said.
Accurate carbon dating has put them at 10,400 years ago - during the Mesolithic or middle stone age.
Accurate carbon dating has put them at 10,400 years old - during the Mesolithic or middle stone age.
From Science News Letter, August 2, 1958 PORCUPINES GNAWED ON STONE AGE MAN'S TOOLS--Razor sharp edges on some of the bone chisels of Middle Stone Age man in Africa were found to have been put there by the needle-sharp front teeth of porcupines, Dr.