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Slide Set #26C Tim Roufs’ section. Homo erectus in Africa. Time 23 July 2001. Time 23 July 2001. Orrorin Ardipithecus Australopithecus Paranthropus Homo. tugenensis ramidus anamensis afarensis africanus garhi aethiopicus boisei robustus rudolfensis ( “early” )

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Slide Set #26C

Tim Roufs’ section

Homo erectus in Africa

homo erectus
Orrorin

Ardipithecus

Australopithecus

Paranthropus

Homo

tugenensis

ramidus

anamensis

afarensis

africanus

garhi

aethiopicus

boisei

robustus

rudolfensis ( “early” )

habilis ( “early” )

erectus

sapiens

Homo erectus
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Genus

Homo

Species

rudolfensis ( “early” )

habilis ( “early” )

erectus

Homo
    • Java (Trinil)
      • Pithecanthropus erectus
    • China (Beijing)
      • Homo erectus pekinensis
    • Africa . . .
    • Europe . . .
  • sapiens
homo erectus9

Homo erectus

East Africa

South Africa

North Africa

African

homo erectus12

Homo erectus

Olduvai

OH 9

East Turkana

ER 3733

West Turkana

Nariokotome Boy (WT 15000)

Ethiopia

Konso-Gardula (KGA)

East Africa

homo erectus15

Homo erectus

Olduvai

OH 9

East Africa

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A Middle Pleistocene butchering site, Olorgesailie, Kenya

Understanding Physical Anthropology and Archaeology, 8th ed., Fig. 11-18a

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Acheulian tools, Olorgesailie, Kenya

Understanding Physical Anthropology and Archaeology, 8th ed., Fig. 11-18b

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Olduvai Homo erectus

Understanding Physical Anthropology and Archaeology, 9th ed., p. 224

homo erectus22

Homo erectus

Olduvai

OH 9

East Turkana

ER 3733

East Africa

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KNM—ER 3733

http://faculty.vassar.edu/piketay/evolution/KNMER3733.html

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ER 3733, the most complete East Turkana Homo erectus cranium

Understanding Physical Anthropology and Archaeology, 9th ed., p. 224

homo erectus26

Homo erectus

Olduvai

OH 9

East Turkana

ER 3733

West Turkana

Nariokotome Boy (WT 15000)

East Africa

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KNM-WT15000

from Nariokotome, Kenya:

the most complete Homo erectus

specimen yet found

Understanding Physical Anthropology and Archaeology, 9th ed., p. 235

homo erectus31

Homo erectus

Olduvai

OH 9

East Turkana

ER 3733

West Turkana

Nariokotome Boy (WT 15000)

Ethiopia

Konso-Gardula (KGA)

East Africa

homo erectus33

Homo erectus

Swartkrans

SK 15 (or Homo erectus ?)

South Africa

homo erectus36

Homo erectus

Algeria

Ternifine (now Tighenif)

North Africa

homo erectus38

Homo erectus

Algeria

Ternifine(now Tighenif)

Morocco

SidiAbderrahman Quarry

Thomas Quarry

Salé

North Africa

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REM

Homo erecti

are hand axe people

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