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Contemporaneity of Australopithecus, Paranthropus, and early Homo erectus in South Africa
Dating the Drimolen hominins Fossil hominins from South Africa are enriching the story of early human evolution and dispersal. Herries et al. describe the geological context and dating of theExpand
Geoarchaeological and 3D visualisation approaches for contextualising in-situ fossil bearing palaeokarst in South Africa: A case study from the ̃2.61 Ma Drimolen Makondo
Abstract South Africa contains a wealth of palaeokarst deposits that have yielded hominin fossils and Early Stone Age archaeology. Despite the complex nature of deposition within many of these cavesExpand
The first hominin from the early Pleistocene paleocave of Haasgat, South Africa
Haasgat is a primate-rich fossil locality in the northeastern part of the Fossil Hominid Sites of South Africa UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here we report the first hominin identified from Haasgat, aExpand
Drimolen cranium DNH 155 documents microevolution in an early hominin species
Paranthropus robustus is a small-brained extinct hominin from South Africa characterized by derived, robust craniodental morphology. The most complete known skull of this species is DNH 7 fromExpand