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The Excavations in Kebara Cave, Mt. Carmel [and Comments and Replies]
Resultats des fouilles recentes (1982-90) sur le site du Paleolithique moyen de Kebara, Israel. Synthese de la stratigraphie complexe du site et datation. Description des structures spatiales deExpand
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The Neandertal type site revisited: Interdisciplinary investigations of skeletal remains from the Neander Valley, Germany
The 1856 discovery of the Neandertal type specimen (Neandertal 1) in western Germany marked the beginning of human paleontology and initiated the longest-standing debate in the discipline: the roleExpand
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Makers of the early Aurignacian of Europe.
Despite intensive study and a number of remarkable discoveries in the last two decades of the 20th century, our understanding of the cultural and biological processes that resulted in the emergenceExpand
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Neanderthal diet at Vindija and Neanderthal predation: the evidence from stable isotopes.
Archeological analysis of faunal remains and of lithic and bone tools has suggested that hunting of medium to large mammals was a major element of Neanderthal subsistence. Plant foods are almostExpand
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Intonation and fundamental frequency in male-to-female transsexuals.
Twenty speakers, diagnosed as male-to-female transsexuals, produced conversational recordings of speech and voice. The samples were submitted to perceptual evaluations and to acoustic analysis byExpand
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The assimilation model, modern human origins in europe, and the extinction of neandertals
Debate continues concerning the role of the Neandertals in the emergence of early modern Europeans. This paper presents one assessment of aspects of the morphological data, chronological patterns,Expand
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Direct radiocarbon dates for Vindija G(1) and Velika Pecína late Pleistocene hominid remains.
New accelerator mass spectrometry radiocarbon dates taken directly on human remains from the Late Pleistocene sites of Vindija and Velika Pecina in the Hrvatsko Zagorje of Croatia are presented.Expand
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Revised direct radiocarbon dating of the Vindija G1 Upper Paleolithic Neandertals.
The 1998/1999 direct dating of two Neandertal specimens from level G(1) of Vindija Cave in Croatia to approximately 28,000 and approximately 29,000 radiocarbon ((14)C) years ago has led toExpand
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The Human Lineage
Preface. Chapter 1 The Fossil Record. Changing Ideas about the Changing Earth. Neptune vs. Vulcan. A Brief Guide to Sedimentology. Dating the Rocks. The Succession of Faunas. Radiation-Based DatingExpand
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