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ANTH 200 Final study guide

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ANTH200 Final Review Spring 2007- Yamashita Questions and essay topics for the final will be drawn from the following: Yamashita class lectures (4/2/07 – 4/25/07) and lab material Assigned readings: Stanford et al. (Chapters 13-15, 6, 17 [pp. 493-496; 505-506], 18); Physical Anthropology AE (Articles 35-44) Note that AE articles 28-34 are also informative, though not required. The following are terms and concepts you should be familiar with. THIS LIST IS NOT COMPREHENSIVE. Anything covered in lecture, readings, or lab activities may show up on the exam. HOMINID EVOLUTION STARTING WITH GENUS HOMO Fossil Record (dates, geographic distribution, distinct features, relationships/affinities of different groups) Homo habilis Homo rudolfensis Homo ergaster “Nariokotome Boy” Dmanisi, Georgia (Why is this site important?) Homo erectus Java Man Peking Man Homo antecessor Homo florisiensis “archaic” Homo sapiens (AKA Homo heidelbergensis) Homo neanderthalensis Old Man of La Chapelle Anatomically modern Homo sapiens Cro Magnon Archaic & anatomically modern Homo sapiens by regions Africa Near East Asia Australia Europe
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