Tracking Early Human Migration and Settlement along the East African Coast

Prof. Beyin showing students a fossil in Tanzania

Dr. Beyin began an archaeological investigation of the Tanzanian coast to search for Stone Age sites. His research focuses on the origins of modern humans and the importance of coastal areas for dietary resources and pathways for population movement. He is pictured here with UofL students, Forest Kelly and Kurt Brown, learning how to identify artifacts and the basics of archaeological survey.

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