According to the scientists, the camp's hearth was located in the southeast area of the site, and that food-making and eating took place mostly near there.Further attestation that humanity as we know it, dates from the distant past.
In addition, most of the stone-tool remains - bits of basalt and limestone rocks that had been shaped into usable instruments - were also clustered near the hearth.
In contrast, the northwestern region held most of the flint remains and evidence of fish preparation.
The archaeologists think this could have been a working area for the early human inhabitants.
"The designation of different areas for different activities indicates a formalized conceptualization of living space, often considered to reflect sophisticated cognition and thought to be unique to Homo sapiens," according to the researchers.
This skill also indicates the inhabitants had some kind of social organization and coordination between individuals.
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