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Modern homo sapiens origins : A general theory of hominid evolution involving the fossil evidence from East Asia
- M. Wolpoff
The Human Community as a Primate Society [and Comments]
The Krapina dental remains.
- M. Wolpoff
- Geography, Medicine
- American journal of physical anthropology
An analysis of age, specimen associations, demographic characteristics, and metric features is presented for the Krapina dental sample. A critical analysis of emergence criteria applicable to… Expand
Modern human ancestry at the peripheries: a test of the replacement theory.
The replacement theory of modern human origins stipulates that populations outside of Africa were replaced by a new African species of modern humans. Here we test the replacement theory in two… Expand
The Krapina hominids : an illustrated catalog of skeletal collection
Population bottlenecks and Pleistocene human evolution.
We review the anatomical and archaeological evidence for an early population bottleneck in humans and bracket the time when it could have occurred. We outline the subsequent demographic changes that… Expand
An Australasian test of the recent African origin theory using the WLH-50 calvarium.
This analysis investigates the ancestry of a single modern human specimen from Australia, WLH-50 (Thorne et al., in preparation; Webb, 1989). Evaluating its ancestry is important to our understanding… Expand
The pattern of evolution in Pleistocene human brain size
Abstract With a sample of 94 Pleistocene cranial capacities between the time period of 1.8 Ma and 50 Ka now known, we consider the evolution of cranial capacity in Homo, with the null hypothesis that… Expand
Aurignacian Male Crania, Jaws and Teeth from the Mladeč Caves, Moravia, Czech Republic
The two female crania from Mladec were both found in the Main Cave by Szombathy in 1881. This paper presents their description and comparisons, and the descriptions of several much more fragmentary… Expand