ANT206F07StudyGuide_4

ANT206F07StudyGuide_4 - ANT 206 Study Guide for Final Exam...

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ANT 206: Study Guide for Final Exam 1. What are the different tool types associated with the evolution of humans? Which tool type is associated with which species? 2. Which species (if you are a splitter!) are associated with the Middle Pleistocene? The Late Pleistocene? 3. What is the first African diaspora? When did it occur and who was involved? 4. What is important about Homo antecessor? Where has it been discovered? 5. Who was Homo heidelbergensis? What is the significance of this early hominin to later human evolution? How did it get its name? 6. In lecture H. heidelbergensis is discussed as possibly being seen in Africa as well as Europe. What sites in Africa were discussed in class? 7. Be able to distinguish between and discuss all three hypotheses for modern human evolution that were discussed in class. 8. What period of time (yes I mean particular dates here) do each of the following hominids belong? H. heidelbergensis, H. neanderthalensis, H. sapiens, H. antecessor? 9. What is different about modern human anatomy vs. earlier hominin species? This should include both cranial and post-cranial anatomy. What does post-cranial mean? 10. What groups are included by the “lumpers” in the “archaic” group of hominids?
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course ANT 206 taught by Professor Borders during the Fall '08 term at Grand Valley State.

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