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Course Number: ANTH 1602, Fall 2008

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Class Slides Set # 27A Tim Roufs section Hunting at Torralba and Ambrona in Spain and Living at Terra Amata, France Henry de Lumley, Prehistoric Times (W.H. Freeman, 1983), p. 80. Homo Genus Species Homo rudolfensis ( early ) habilis ( early ) erectus Java (Trinil) Pithecanthropus erectus China (Beijing) Homo erectus pekinensis Africa . . . Europe . . . sapiens Major Sites: Europe The Ambrona...

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Slides Class Set # 27A Tim Roufs section Hunting at Torralba and Ambrona in Spain and Living at Terra Amata, France Henry de Lumley, Prehistoric Times (W.H. Freeman, 1983), p. 80. Homo Genus Species Homo rudolfensis ( early ) habilis ( early ) erectus Java (Trinil) Pithecanthropus erectus China (Beijing) Homo erectus pekinensis Africa . . . Europe . . . sapiens Major Sites: Europe The Ambrona Valley Ambrona and Torralba, Spain 400,000 - 200,000 ? ybp Acheulian Homo erectus migrations. The Emergence of Man: The First Men (Little Brown, 1973), p. 111. Time-Life, Early Man, p. 92. Major Sites: Europe Ambrona and Torralba both kill sites were littered with crude hand axes, cleavers, scrapers, and cutting tools the elephant bones at both sites were buried in clays that were once treacherous marsh Major Sites: Europe Ambrona and Torralba were on important game trails between summer and winter grazing areas People of the Earth, 10th ed., p. 97. Major Sites: Europe Ambrona and Torralba the hunters preyed on migrating elephants each spring and fall, dispersing into smaller groups during the other seasons others believe that the hunters were actually scavenging from animals naturally stuck in the mud Major Sites: Europe Ambrona and Torralba hunted elephants but did not exploited small game, birds, fish, or sea mammals on any significant scale Major Sites: Europe Torralba yielded most of the left side of a large elephant that had been cut into small pieces Major Sites: Europe Ambrona yielded most of the remains of 30 - 35 dismembered elephants concentration of broken food bones found all over the site elephants had been broken open to expose the brains Source: The Emergence of Man: The First Men (Little Brown, 1973), p. 93. Ambrona, Spain. Homo erectus (Torralba-Ambrona, Spain). Time-Life, Early Man, p. 87.. Ambrona, Spain. The Emergence of Man: The First Men (Little Brown, 1973), p. 87. Living-floor Map, Torralba, Spain. The Emergence Humankind, of 4th ed., p. 110. Homo erectus (Torralba-Ambrona, Spain). Time-Life, Early Man, p. 94. Homo erectus (Torralba-Ambrona, Spain). Time-Life, Early Man, p. 96. Homo erectus (Torralba-Ambrona, Spain). Time-Life, Early Man, p. 90. Homo erectus (Torralba-Ambrona, Spain). Time-Life, Early Man, p. 93. Homo erectus (Torralba-Ambrona, Spain). Time-Life, Early Man, p. 99. Homo erectus (Torralba-Ambrona, Spain). Time-Life, Early Man, p. 98. !Kung san, Africa. Terra Amata, France. The Emergence of Man: The First Men (Little Brown, 1973), p. 119. Major Sites: Europe Terra Amata Nice, France 400,000 - 300,000 ybp most complete reconstruction of Middle Pleistocene life in Europe Terra Amata, France. Henry de Lumley, Prehistoric Times (W.H. Freeman, 1983), p. 86. Understanding Physical Anthropology and Archaeology. Terra Amata, France. Henry de Lumley, Prehistoric Times (W.H. Freeman, 1983), p. 80. Fire Pit,Terra Amata, France. Henry de Lumley, Prehistoric Times (W.H. Freeman, 1983), p. 83. !Kung san, Africa. Major Sites: Europe Terra Amata Henry de Lumley suggests several huts 6 - 15 meters by 4 - 6 meters estimates that each hut could hold up to 15 people a h...
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