The late Early Pleistocene human dental remains from Uadi Aalad and Mulhuli-Amo (Buia), Eritrean Danakil: macromorphology and microstructure.

  title={The late Early Pleistocene human dental remains from Uadi Aalad and Mulhuli-Amo (Buia), Eritrean Danakil: macromorphology and microstructure.},
  author={Cl{\'e}ment Zanolli and Luca Bondioli and A. Della Coppa and Christopher Dean and Priscilla Bayle and Francesca Candilio and Silvia Capuani and Diego Dreossi and Ivana Fiore and David W Frayer and Yosief Libsekal and Lucia Mancini and L Rook and Tsegai Medin Tekle and Claudio Tuniz and Roberto Macchiarelli},
  journal={Journal of human evolution},
Fieldwork performed during the last 15 years in various Early Pleistocene East African sites has significantly enlarged the fossil record of Homo erectus sensu lato (s.l.). Additional evidence comes from the Danakil Depression of Eritrea, where over 200 late Early to early Middle Pleistocene sites have been identified within a ∼1000 m-thick sedimentary succession outcropping in the Dandiero Rift Basin, near Buia. Along with an adult cranium (UA 31), which displays a blend of H. erectus-like and… CONTINUE READING
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