Hi there; thanks for the info. Trouble is, I am unable to view this
file; it arrived as a 0-byte file for some reason. Might you try
sending it as jpg and gif, and I'll try both?
Has this guy been translated into English, by any chance?
On 28 Mar 2001, at 10:36, Alejandro Carrasquilla wrote:
> "John Marlow" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Looking for very long-term graphs of human/proto-human technological
> progress--ideally something beginning with Oldowan tools and running
> to the present or beyond. Need a line graph which illustrates
> increasing rate of progress.
> Can anyone point me to such beasties? The more, the merrier.
> Thanks for any help
> Maybe this could help you, but not so much; it is the one I have in a hurry.
> It is from "Le geste et le parole", by Andre Leroi-Gourhan.
> I recommend reading his books, about human industries from Australantropos (4
> MYA) to Homo Post Sapiens
> Introduction à l'art pariétal paléolithique. L'empreinte de l'homme. Milan:
> Jaca Book, 1984 (édition française).
> Le geste et la parole: Technique et langage. Paris: Albin Michel; 1980.
> Le geste et la parole: La mémoire et les rythmes. Paris: Albin Michel; 1981.
> Les racines du monde. Paris: éditions Pierre Belfont; 1982.
> L'homme et la matière. Paris: Albin Michel; 1971.
> Milieu et techniques. Paris: Albin Michel; 1971.
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