Discrete trait and dental morphometric affinities of the Tabun 2 mandible.

  title={Discrete trait and dental morphometric affinities of the Tabun 2 mandible.},
  author={Vincent H Stefan and Erik Trinkaus},
  journal={Journal of human evolution},
  volume={34 5},
Evolutionary scenarios of Near Eastern Middle Paleolithic hominids depend to an extent upon whether the terminal Middle Pleistocene Tabun 2 mandible has its primary affinities with the late archaic (Neandertal sensu lato) or early modern (Qafzeh-Skhul) human lineage in the region. Since the specimen has been assigned to each group or seen as bridging them, we have re-examined its morphological affinities relative to these two samples, as well as to European samples of later Pleistocene hominids… CONTINUE READING
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