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J1 J2 J3 J4 J7
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Africa in the Palaeolithic . Up until approx 200-100,000 YBP Anatomically Modern Human (AMH) evolved exclusively in Africa before migrating out of the Continent into the rest of the world. Stone tools were being used before even the evolution of humans by hominin predecessors such as Afarensis and Homo Erectus. The Upper Paleolithic covers human ‘prehistory’ of this time, their use of stone technology and also the migration across the African interior as well as out of it.

Africa in the Neolithic.

Ancient Africa.

Mediaeval Africa.

Modern Africa.