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New evidence for a 67,000-year-old human presence at Callao Cave, Luzon, Philippines.
Documentation of early human migrations through Island Southeast Asia and Wallacea en route to Australia has always been problematic due to a lack of well-dated human skeletal remains. The best knownExpand
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“Of Sheep and Men”: Earliest Direct Evidence of Caprine Domestication in Southern Africa at Leopard Cave (Erongo, Namibia)
The origins of herding practices in southern Africa remain controversial. The first appearance of domesticated caprines in the subcontinent is thought to be c. 2000 years BP; however, the origin ofExpand
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Upper Pleistocene Homo sapiens from the Tabon cave (Palawan, The Philippines): description and dating of new discoveries
Abstract Among the poor fossil record of Southeast Asian Upper Pleistocene Homo sapiens , the Tabon human remains [12] are frequently cited in the literature despite very scarce publishedExpand
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Solo man in question: Convergent views to split Indonesian Homo erectus in two categories
Abstract Between the famous Man of Java and the new star of paleoanthropology id est the Man of Flores, embedded in the bank of the river Solo or in the shadow of the volcanoes of Sangiran, HomoExpand
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Genomic and cranial phenotype data support multiple modern human dispersals from Africa and a southern route into Asia
Significance Current consensus indicates that modern humans originated from an ancestral African population between ∼100–200 ka. The ensuing dispersal pattern is controversial, yet has importantExpand
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Early Lapita skeletons from Vanuatu show Polynesian craniofacial shape: Implications for Remote Oceanic settlement and Lapita origins
Significance The question of the origin of Pacific Islanders has exercised scientists since the first explorers’ voyages of the 16th century. Physical resemblance between Polynesians and AsianExpand
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First description of the Cro-Magnon 1 endocast and study of brain variation and evolution in anatomically modern Homo sapiens
Paleoneurology is an important research field for studies of human evolution. Variations in the size and shape of the endocranium are a useful means of distinguishing between different homininExpand
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Notes on the Morphology and Age of the Tabon Cave Fossil Homo sapiens
eusebio dizon, florent détroit , françois s émah, christophe falguères , s ébastien hameau, wilfredo ronquillo, and emmanuel cabanis Archaeology Division, National Museum of the Philippines, Manila,Expand
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A new species of Homo from the Late Pleistocene of the Philippines
A hominin third metatarsal discovered in 2007 in Callao Cave (Northern Luzon, the Philippines) and dated to 67 thousand years ago provided the earliest direct evidence of a human presence in theExpand
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Technical Note: Anatomic identification of isolated modern human molars: testing Procrustes aligned outlines as a standardization procedure for elliptic fourier analysis.
  • J. Corny, F. Détroit
  • Mathematics, Medicine
  • American journal of physical anthropology
  • 1 February 2014
The determination of the precise position of permanent first and second modern human molars, following standard tooth identification criteria, is often difficult because of their morphologicalExpand
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