10a.+Homo+habilis+Homo+erectus.ppt+[Read-Only]

10a.+Homo+habilis+Homo+erectus.ppt+[Read-Only] - Homo...

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1 PATH TO THE HUMAN GRADE HOMINOID-HOMINID STAGE Early Hominids Australopithecines EVOLUTION OF THE GENUS HOMO Homo habilis Homo erectus HOMO SAPIENS Archaic Homo sapiens Anatomically Modern H. sapiens HOMO SAPIENS IN THE NEW WORLD The peopling of the New World HYPOTHESIS ROOTS OF HOMO SAPIENS Recent African Origin Regional Evolution Homo habilis Geographic Area and Geological Age Body Size Brain Size Stone Tool Technology Geographical Area: Southern and Eastern Africa Geological Age: Early Pliocene Geological Age: 1.9 to 1.6 million years ago 2. Early Hominid Stage: Homo habilis Olduvai Valley Tanzania * * * *
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2 Homo habilis KNM-ER1813 Homo habilis : Brain Body Size: < 5 Ft Brain Size: 600 to 800 grams Australopithecus africanus, Homo habilis and modern Homo sapiens Homo habilis : Brain Functional areas of the human brain and brain endocast of Homo habilis showing the presence of the Broca’s and Wernicke’s area
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3 Homo habilis: OLDOWAN Stone Tool Technology
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Unformatted text preview: Homo habilis: OLDOWAN Stone Tool Technology Hand Axes manufactured by chopping technique (a) (b) (d) (c) Animal bones found in association with Oldowan tools: (a) bovid (antelope) jaw, (b) distal humerus, (c) bone fragments. The scanning electron micrograph (d) shows that the grooves or cut marks in bone were made by a stone tool while the smooth contour of grooved cut marks were made by carnivore teeth. Homo habilis 4 1.What physical characteristics best describe Homo habilis? When and where did Homo habilis live? 2. What are the important biological or morphological differences between australopithicines and Homo habilis? 3. What was the cranial capacity range for each species? 4. What stone tool technology is associated with the australopithecines? Homo habilis? 5. What is the name of the tool tradition associated with Homo erectus? How does this tool tradition different from previous lithic technologies? STUDY QUESTIONS:...
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