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Hominin Evolution. Continued . Learning Objectives. 1. Describe the anatomical features of the Nariokotome boy 2. Identify the geographical areas where H. erectus fossils have been found, and the first fossil site outside of Africa.

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learning objectives
Learning Objectives
  • 1. Describe the anatomical features of theNariokotome boy
  • 2. Identify the geographical areas where H. erectus fossils have been found, and the first fossil site outside of Africa.
  • 3. Describe the unique anatomical features of the Neanderthals.
  • 4. Describe the latest findings in DNA analysis of Neanderthals
  • 5. Identify the anatomical features of Homo sapiens
  • 6. Understand the debate concerning the taxonomic placement of the 5-year old child from Europe.
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Homo erectus (“upright man”)
  • Widely distributed species:
    • 1st to _______________
      • Towards:________________
    • Oldest specimens of this species are found in ___________
    • ___________ geographical regions
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Nariokotome Boy (KNM-WT 1500)
  • Location: Nariokotome, Africa
  • Time period: ___________
  • _________________________
  • Estimated adult height: ___________
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Nariokotome Boy (KNM-WT 1500)
  • ‘Modern-like’
    • ________________
      • Why is this important?
  • Expansion ____________
  • _________________
    • What areas of the body provide information on growth & development?
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Beijing, China: Zhoukoudian Cave(Dragon Bone Hill)
  • 40 M/F adults and children
    • ________________________
  • 670,000-410,000 years old
    • _______________________
    • Longest history of visitation
  • Exhibit typical ____________________
    • Few postcranial fossils found
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Beijing, China: Zhoukoudian Cave(Dragon Bone Hill)
  • Cultural remains:
    • ______________________
    • Diet: ___________________
    • Harsh winters: ___________
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Beijing, China: Zhoukoudian Cave(Dragon Bone Hill)

  • Evidence for _____________
    • _____________ animal bone, stone tools, plants, ash along with bird eggs and seeds
    • Suggest: ____________________
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Homo erectus in Europe: Gran Dolina
  • Found the following:
    • ______________
    • ______________
    • _______________
  • Evidence for ________________________
  • Most complete skull – __________
    • Facial bones, mandible, teeth
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Archaic Homo sapiens

Who are they?

Specimens displaying mixtures of _____________ and ___________________

Proposed to separate these individuals into a distinct species.

Homo antecessor (non-Africa)

Homo heidelbergensis(Africa)

We are going to keep Archaic Homo sapiens

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Archaic Homo sapiens

Exhibit several ________________________

BUT also possess characteristics that are __________ _________________________________________

Example of ____________________

Spans three geographical areas ___________________

These areas are the same as ________

and _______________

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Neanderthals

Lived during the last major ice age

Anatomical features ___________ ____________________________

Features:

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

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Asia – Israel - Kebara
  • Partial skeleton (60,000ya)
    • ____________________
    • Even without cranium & legs, _________________________
  • What can we tell from the torso?
    • ____________
      • __________________
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Asia – Israel - Kebara
  • Hyoid
    • Variation in morphology of the human hyoid is ________
    • Kebara hyoid – __________________
    • What does this imply?
      • Morphology
      • Language
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Europe – La Chapelle-aux-Saints

Typical Neanderthal morphology

Evidence of ______

_________________

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Europe – La Chapelle-aux-Saints
  • Evidence of ____________
    • Body position = ________
  • Position suggests that _____ was taken when burying the body
    • ______________________

Flexed Position

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Culture of Neanderthals

Speech

Probably were capable of _____________

Evidence based on: hyoid bone (found at Kebara)

What else do we know?

What did the movie say?

__________

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_________

______________________

_____________

__________

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Africa – Ethiopia – Herto
  • Herto = Earliest AMH

______________= 160,000-154,000

  • Characteristics are essentially modern
  • Cranium and dental remains found:
    • ________________
    • ___________________
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Europe ––Abrigo do Lagar Velho
  • 24,500ya
  • ____________________
  • Associated with:
    • 1.
    • 2.
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Europe ––Abrigo do Lagar Velho
  • Anatomically a __________ of _________________ and _______________features
    • __________________: regional Neanderthals and early modern humans