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Cognitive Archaeology

"Cognitive archaeology is the branch of archaeology that investigates the development of human cognition. It therefore deals with a great variety of evidence, ranging from early rock art to other forms of palaeoart, from animal cognition to palaeoanthropology to psychology and ontogenic cognitive development, and it also needs to concern itself with evidence of early human technology and the ability of domesticating natural systems of energy."

Good link at the bottom to a site on the age of rock art
Hob Posted by Hob
2nd May 2004ce
Edited 3rd May 2004ce

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