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Anthropology 161: Introduction to Biological Anthropology Prof. Frisancho - Midterm III, Fall 2004 Name & UMID ___________________ FORM 1 GSI Name & Section _______________ Please put your NAME, STUDENT I.D. #, SECTION #, GSI, and TEST # at the top of your scantron form. There are 40 multiple-choice questions in this section of the test. Please make sure that you have all the pages and questions. Answer all of the questions by filling the relevant blank on your scantron form. There are 60 total points for this section, with 1.5 points allocated to each question. 1. Neanderthals are considered to be primitive because they have certain morphological features found in H. erectus but not found in modern H. sapiens . Fossils from which of the following sites do NOT represent typical Neanderthal characteristics? a. Olduvai Gorge b. Tabun c. La Chapelle d. Krapina 2. Neanderthal brain size, judged from the fossils available 3. Fossils remains from several Neanderthals’ burials had many fractures on their limbs and ribs. Which of the following statements is a proposed explanation or interpretation of stress in the Neanderthal record? 4. Which of the following hypotheses concerning Neanderthal body morphology is INCORRECT? 1
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