Homo sapiens - Prominent forehead o Distinctive chin o...

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29/02/2008 09:18:00 Multiregional evolution Out of Africa I Multiregional o Out of Africa – small group of AMHs spread and occupied the world  replacing H. Erectus o Multiregional – H. Erectus evolved into modern humans through  worldwide gene flow Homo sapiens Homo sapiens o 300,000 years ago – present subspecies o H. sapiens (archaic) o H. sapiens neandertalensis o H. sapiens sapiens (AMH) o Marked by Large increase in cranial capacity Explosion of material culture Full bipedalism Homo sapiens sapiens o 150,000 years ago – present Found everywhere o Larger cranial capacity ~1350 cm3 Loss of brow ridge
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Unformatted text preview: Prominent forehead o Distinctive chin o Stone tools Upper Paleolithic tools Greater variety of tools o Art Cave paintings • Homo sapiens neandertalensis o 130,000 years ago – 28,000 years ago Europe o Larger cranial capacity ~1520 cm3 o Cold adapted o Stone tools Middle Paleolithic tools Large variety of tools ← Homo floresiensis – aka Hobbits • Homo floresiensis o 95,000 years ago – 13,000 years ago Small cranial capacity ~370 cm3 Small gracile bodies ~1 meter Tool users 29/02/2008 09:18:00 ← 29/02/2008 09:18:00 ←...
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