Where did people live in the Stone Age? What homes did they have? Why were people of the time called cave? Most of us are likely to imagine big caves lit by a small fire around which the whole tribe gathered. Was it really like that?
From the lecture by Stanislav Drobyshevsky, anthropologist, associate professor of the Department of Anthropology of the Faculty of Biology of Moscow State University, science editor of Antropogenez.ru, you’ll learn what places for living people of the Stone Age chose and how their homes were arranged.
English subtitles — Igor Kapustin.
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Stanislav Drobyshevsky — Why are cave people not cave?