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Palaeolithic sites of East Anglia. Norwich: Geo Books, 1985. 440 p. 7 pls. 117 figs. 2. 0 hardback, £1. 0 paperback. Department of Archaeology, University of Cambridge. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 02 January 2015.
Dr John James Wymer, (5 March 1928 – 10 February 2006) was a British archaeologist and one of the leading experts on the Palaeolithic period. He trained as a teacher but spent his spare time pursuing his passion for archaeology and never took a formal qualification in the discipline. In 1948 he married is first wife, Paula May, with whom he had five children.
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Author of Lower Palaeolithic archaeology in Britain as represented by the Thames Valley, The Palaeolithic Age, The Lower Paleolithic occupation of Britain, Mesolithic Britain .
Author of Lower Palaeolithic archaeology in Britain as represented by the Thames Valley, The Palaeolithic Age, The Lower Paleolithic occupation of Britain, Mesolithic Britain, The palaeolithic sites of East Anglia, The Paleolithic Age, The Lower Palaeolithic occupation of Britain, Barrow excavations in Norfolk, 1984-88.
The Upper Paleolithic (or Upper Palaeolithic, Late Stone Age) is the third .
The Upper Paleolithic (or Upper Palaeolithic, Late Stone Age) is the third and last subdivision of the Paleolithic or Old Stone Ag. Kostenki XVII, a layer of the Kostenki (Kostyonki) site, on the middle Don River, was occupied by the early upper paleolithic Spitsyn culture.
During the Lower Paleolithic, ancestors of modern humans are thought to have been constrained to Africa east of the Great Rift Valley.
In 1797 he sent two examples to the Royal Academy in London from Hoxne in Suffolk. During the Lower Paleolithic, ancestors of modern humans are thought to have been constrained to Africa east of the Great Rift Valley. During the Middle and Upper Paleolithic, humans greatly expanded their area of settlement, reaching ecosystems as diverse as New Guinea and Alaska.
The classic introduction to the Palaeolithic of Norfolk is ‘Palaeolithic Sites of East Anglia’ by JJ Wymer (Geobooks, Norwich; 1985). East Anglian Palaeolithic Sites and their Settings’ by John Wymer in: ‘Aspects of East Anglian Prehistory’ by C Barringer (ed) (Geobooks, Norwich; 1984) - has chapters on prehistoric environments & economies and archaeology, including Norfolk