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1 Modern Homo sapiens I. Derived features of anatomically modern humans II. Coexistence of Neandertals and anatomically modern humans III. The Upper Paleolithic A. Transition from Mousterian to Upper Paleolithic 1. CroMagnon fossils B. Upper Paleolithic technology C. Symbolic behavior 1. Ritual burial 2. Art IV. Subsistence A. The Paleoecological setting B. Diet C. Shelter and Clothing V. Consequences of Upper Paleolithic life VI. A human revolution or simply evolution? VII. Biological or cultural change? Midterm Monday, 17 March in class Bring a #2 pencil 2nd midterm • 50 multiple choice questions • Test will cover everything through Friday, 14 March Midterm review sheet Course website: Announcements File is: “review_2.doc” Derived features of anatomically modern humans (p. 363) • Face 1. small face 2. small teeth and jaws 3. protruding chin Derived features of anatomically modern humans (p. 364) • Skull 1. rounded skull 2. high forehead 3. no brow ridges
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