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  1. Slide Set #26C Tim Roufs’ section Homo erectus in Africa

  2. Time 23 July 2001

  3. Time 23 July 2001

  4. Orrorin Ardipithecus Australopithecus Paranthropus Homo tugenensis ramidus anamensis afarensis africanus garhi aethiopicus boisei robustus rudolfensis ( “early” ) habilis ( “early” ) erectus sapiens Homo erectus

  5. Genus Homo Species rudolfensis ( “early” ) habilis ( “early” ) erectus Homo • Java (Trinil) • Pithecanthropus erectus • China (Beijing) • Homo erectus pekinensis • Africa . . . • Europe . . . • sapiens

  6. Understanding Physical Anthropology and Archaeology, 9th ed., p. 238

  7. Homo erectus East Africa South Africa North Africa African

  8. Kottak, Physical Anthropology & Archaeology (NY: McGraw-Hill, 2004),p. 202.

  9. Kottak, Physical Anthropology & Archaeology (NY: McGraw-Hill, 2004),p. 203.

  10. Homo erectus Olduvai OH 9 East Turkana ER 3733 West Turkana Nariokotome Boy (WT 15000) Ethiopia Konso-Gardula (KGA) East Africa

  11. Understanding Physical Anthropology and Archaeology, 9th ed., p. 238

  12. Homo erectus Olduvai OH 9 East Africa

  13. A Middle Pleistocene butchering site, Olorgesailie, Kenya Understanding Physical Anthropology and Archaeology, 8th ed., Fig. 11-18a

  14. Acheulian tools, Olorgesailie, Kenya Understanding Physical Anthropology and Archaeology, 8th ed., Fig. 11-18b

  15. Olduvai Homo erectus Understanding Physical Anthropology and Archaeology, 9th ed., p. 224

  16. Homo erectus Olduvai OH 9 East Turkana ER 3733 East Africa

  17. KNM—ER 3733 http://faculty.vassar.edu/piketay/evolution/KNMER3733.html

  18. ER 3733, the most complete East Turkana Homo erectus cranium Understanding Physical Anthropology and Archaeology, 9th ed., p. 224

  19. Homo erectus Olduvai OH 9 East Turkana ER 3733 West Turkana Nariokotome Boy (WT 15000) East Africa

  20. KNM-WT15000 from Nariokotome, Kenya: the most complete Homo erectus specimen yet found Understanding Physical Anthropology and Archaeology, 9th ed., p. 235

  21. Homo erectus Olduvai OH 9 East Turkana ER 3733 West Turkana Nariokotome Boy (WT 15000) Ethiopia Konso-Gardula (KGA) East Africa

  22. Homo erectus Swartkrans SK 15 (or Homo erectus ?) South Africa

  23. Homo erectus Algeria Ternifine (now Tighenif) North Africa

  24. Homo erectus Algeria Ternifine(now Tighenif) Morocco SidiAbderrahman Quarry Thomas Quarry Salé North Africa

  25. REM Homo erecti are hand axe people

  26. Next: Migrations Out of Africa