The human cranium from Bodo , Ethiopia : evidence for speciation in the Middle Pleistocene ?

@inproceedings{Rightmire1996TheHC,
  title={The human cranium from Bodo , Ethiopia : evidence for speciation in the Middle Pleistocene ?},
  author={G. Philip Rightmire},
  year={1996}
}
The cranium found at Bodo in 1976 is derived from Middle Pleistocene deposits containing faunal remains and Acheulean artefacts. A parietal recovered later must belong to a second individual, probably representing the same taxon. The cranium includes the face, much of the frontal bone, parts of the midvault and the base anterior to the foramen magnum. It is clear that the Bodo hominids resemble Homo erectus in a number of characters. The facial skeleton is large, especially in its breadth… CONTINUE READING