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ER 1813 found where?
East Rawanda
Bodo
H. heidelbergensis
Raymond Dart = what species
A.africanus
Arago
H. heidelbergensis
not a biped
Proconsul africanus
Omo
H. heidelbergensis
avg cranial capacity of A.afarensis
~420cc
Atapuerca - Sima de los Huesos
H. heidelbergensis
bipedal locomotion with retention of arboreal characteristics is an example of
mosaic evolution
Biache
H. heidelbergensis
characteristics of obligated biped
-markedly curved spine
-arch support of the feet
-downward facing foamen magnum
Boxgrove
H. heidelbergensis
Lucy is what genus/species
A.afarensis
Petralona
H. heidelbergensis
Taung child gracile/robust from where?
gracile from S. Africa
There is some evidence of hunting and increased meat consumption in ___.
H. erectus
avg cranial capacity
1300 cc
Homo sapiens sapiens
Later ____ cranial capacities are within the size range of modern humans
H. erectus
Dali
H. heidelbergensis
this place has the largest sample of H. erectus (over 40 individuals)
Zhoukoudian
Arene Candide
Homo sapiens sapiens
All of the original fossils from _____ were lost during the war in 1941.
Zoukoudian
another name for Archaic H. sapiens
H. heidelbergensis
detailed casts, drawings and photos were taken from these lost specimens found at this site...
Zoukoudian
mixture of H. erectus and H.sapiens traits
H. heidelbergensis
Anatomical features of H.erectus
SSSNPMPMC in STL
sagittal keel, superorbital torus, supratoral sulcus, nuchal (ocipital taurus) torus, postorbital constriction, midfacial prognathism, projecting nose, more gracile mandible, change in tooth proportion, shovel shaped incisors, thick cranial bones, limb proportions
La Quina
neandertals
Homo heidelbergensis range?
Africa, Europe, Asia
Vindija
neandertals
600kya - 130kya
Homo heidelbergensis
La Ferrassie
neandertals
Broken Hill/Kabwe
H. heidelbergensis
La Chappelle
neandertals
likely capable of language as indicated by Kebra 2 hyoid bone
neandertals
some evidence of ritualistic behavior
neandertals
roaming range of the neandertals
Europe, Southwest Asia
Border cave
Homo sapiens sapiens
1520cc - larger than modern human mean
neandertals
Saint-Cesair
neandertals
Klasies River Mouth
Homo sapiens sapiens
evidence for semi-permenant shelters
H. heidelbergensis
Steinheim
H. heidelbergensis
Skhul
Homo sapiens sapiens
lived primarily in cold climates
neandertals
Amud
neandertals
Krapina
neandertals
Feldhofer
neandertals
Lake Mungo
Homo sapiens sapiens
reliance on culture - continued increasing brain size
H. heidelbergensis
co-existed with H. erectus in Asia
H. heidelbergensis
range of the neandertals
everywhere
subsisted primarily on meat, hunting of megafauna
neandertals
qafzeh
Homo sapiens sapiens
anatomy of a neandertal
-occipital bun
-long, low forehead
-retromolar
-large nasal aperture
-lack of chin
-arching browridges
-projecting midface
Swanscombe
H. heidelbergensis
Kebara
neandertals
assisted handicapped members of their group (Shanidar)
neandertals
used Acheulean and Mousterian (later in Europe)
H. heidelbergensis
first burial of dead
neandertals
early finds of this hominid were interpreted as pathelogic modern humans
neandertals
Ordos
Homo sapiens sapiens
Mlade
Homo sapiens sapiens
Gibraltar
neandertals
Schoeningen
H. heidelbergensis
evidence of cannibalism
neandertals
used Mousterian and Chatelperronian tools
neandertals
Kow Swamp
Homo sapiens sapiens
130,000 - 27,000
neandertals
~100,000 - present
Homo sapiens sapiens
first definite controlled use od fire
H. heidelbergensis
definite evidence of hunting
H. heidelbergensis
original view as nasty and brutish ape-man
neandertals
Shanidar
neandertals
associated with Upper Paleolithic tools (Gravettian, Soultrian, Magdalenian
Homo sapiens sapiens
Cro-Magnon
Homo sapiens sapiens