franchthi cave or frankhthi cave greek: σπήλαιον φράγχθι is an archaeological site overlooking kiladha bay, in the argolic gulf, opposite the village of kiladha in southeastern argolis, greece.. humans first occupied the cave during the upper paleolithic, appearing around 38,000 bce and possibly earlier. groups continued to live in or seasonally visit the cave throughout the .
toca da tira peia is a rock shelter site, located in the municipality coronel josé dias, piauí state, near the serra da capivara national park, brazil, thought to hold evidence of prehistoric human presence in south america dating to 22,000 years ago.
the slate industry grew slowly until the early 18th century, then expanded rapidly until the late 19th century, at which time the most important slate producing areas were in northwest wales, including the penrhyn quarry near bethesda, the dinorwic quarry near llanberis, the nantlle valley quarries, and blaenau ffestiniog, where the slate was mined rather than quarried.
the schmerling caves also known as grottes d'engis, meaning engis caves are a group of caves on the right bank of the stream called the awirs, near the village of awirs in flémalle, belgium.the caves are notable for their past fossil finds, particularly of hominins.they were explored in 1829 by philippe-charles schmerling, who discovered, in the lower cave, the remains of two individuals .
jerimalai is a limestone cave southeast of tutuala, on the eastern tip of east timor.fish remains and fish hooks excavated in jerimalai provide evidence for advanced fishing technique by inhabitants of timor 42,000 years ago.
thailand's dramatic economic growth has caused numerous environmental issues.the country faces problems with air, declining wildlife populations, deforestation, soil erosion, water scarcity, and waste issues.according to a 2004 indicator, the cost of air and water pollution for the country scales up to approximately 1.6–2.6 percent of gdp per year.
ripari villabruna is a small rock shelter in northern italy with neolithic burial remains. it contains several cro-magnon burials, with bodies and grave goods dated to 14,000 years bp.the site has added greatly to the understanding of the neolithic development of medical and religious practises in early human communities.
the honister slate mine in cumbria is the last working slate mine in england. quarrying for westmorland green slate has been taken place in the area since 1728. apart from the mining, it is also a popular tourist attraction in the lake district national park.
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the gorge contains a stone quarry, the ostrovica and six villages. the largest, sićevo is the eponym of the gorge. archaeological findings. caves in the surrounding area sićevo. in june 2008, a lower jaw, that is assumed to be of homo erectus origin was excavated in the mala balanica cave, one of several cave sites in the gorge. .
as early as 1860, there was a branch line, the mountsorrel railway, to the quarry, the path of which is still followed by a mineral conveyor to barrow-upon-soar, where quarry rock is sorted for distribution. organised quarrying of the granite in mountsorrel quarry began in the late eighteenth century, and had around 500 employees by 1870. in .
tea production is one of the main sources of foreign exchange for sri lanka formerly called ceylon , and accounts for 2% of gdp, contributing over us $1.5 billion in 2013 to the economy of sri lanka. it employs, directly or indirectly, over 1 million people, and in 1995 directly employed 215,338 on tea plantations and estates.
the drimolen palaeocave system consists of a series of a terminal disputed – discuss pliocene to early pleistocene hominin-bearing palaeocave fills located around 40 kilometres 25 mi north of johannesburg, south africa, and about 6 kilometres 3.7 mi north of sterkfontein in the unesco world heritage site cradle of humankind.
theopetra cave is located in thessaly, greece, on the north-east side of a limestone rock formation, 3 km 2 mi south of kalambaka. the site has become increasingly important as human presence is attributed to all periods of the middle and upper paleolithic, the mesolithic, neolithic and beyond, bridging the pleistocene with the holocene.
gladysvale cave is a fossil-bearing breccia filled cave located about 13 kilometres 8.1 mi northeast of the well-known south african hominid-bearing sites of sterkfontein and swartkrans and about 45 kilometres 28 mi north-northwest of johannesburg, south africa.it is situated within the cradle of humankind world heritage site and is itself a south african national heritage site.
description. the caves in the maros-pangkep karst are a cave complex, where prehistoric finds were made. the whole complex is also called 'prehistoric place leang-leang' – the name stems from the makassarese . the various caves - named pettae, jane, saripa, jarie, karrasa, and so on - consist of limestone.
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raqefet cave cyclamen cave is a late natufian archaeological site located in mount carmel in the north of israel. it was discovered in 1956. the site indicates plants were already used as food at raqefet, before the advent of agriculture. remains in one of the chambers of the cave suggest the production of beer at that time. the earliest archaeological evidence of fermentation consists of .