L10GenusHomoBB - ANTH 100 September 27, 2010 THE GENUS Homo...

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ANTH 100 September 27, 2010 THE GENUS Homo Homo habilis/rudolfensis lithic core flake percussion flaking unifacial tool bifacial tool Oldowan Homo erectus/ergaster sagittal keel occipital torus taurodontism Nariokotome boy Lower Paleolithic Acheulian hand axe soft hammer hard hammer
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ANNOUNCEMENTS Paper topic proposals due in discussion sections this week. Discussion readings for this week Alper and Cartmill only. Discussion readings for next week Roosevelt and Larsen only.
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MODEL OF HUMAN EVOLUTION A. aethiopicus S. tchadensis 7.0 H. habilis/rudolfensis H. sapiens H. erectus/ergaster
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BRAINS…BRAINS… TIME CRANIAL CAPACITY (BRAIN SIZE)
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GENERAL TRENDS IN HOMINID EVOLUTION
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GENERAL TRENDS A. afarensis - Larger brow ridge - Protruding face - Brain: 400-500 cc H. erectus : - Smaller brow ridge -Lesser protruding face - Brain: 800- 1,000 cc H. sapiens (us!) - No browridge - Enlarged forehead for large brain - Brain: 1,100-1,400 cc
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This note was uploaded on 12/03/2010 for the course ANTH Anth 100 taught by Professor Niziolek during the Spring '10 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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