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Exam4 - Flashcards2 - traits Chaltelperronian Blades...

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Homo erectus Homo erectus
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First species to leave Africa into Europe and Asia (primarily Asia). First hominid adapted to both tropical and temperate climates.
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Franz Weidenreich Zhoukoudian or Dragon Bone Hill
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Cave system near Beijing, China Made casts and drawings of Dragon Bone Hill material
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40 Davidson Black
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First to study Dragon Bone Hill. Amount of individuals from Dragon Bone Hill lost during WWII.
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Terra Amata, France Dragon Bone Hill (700kya)
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Earliest evidence for use of fire (where and when?) Evidence for huts around 400kya
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Movius Line Acheulian Tool Kit
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Has multiple uses – the original Swiss Army Knife. Acheulian tools only made South of the line.
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Adaptations to Colder Environments Trinkaus
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Suggested Neanderthal patterns of injury are similar to rodeo riders. The reason for Neanderthal’s physical
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Unformatted text preview: traits. Chaltelperronian Blades Mousterian Tools Wider range of shapes and uses with more flakes per core; Neanderthal elaboration on the Levalloisian technique Blade based tools with specific functions; Neanderthals borrowed and modified the technique from modern humans. Lagar Velho, Portugal Kebara Cave, Isreal Found Neanderthal with modern hyoid; suggested ability of communication. Found 4-year-old child with features of both Neanderthals and modern humans; suggested interbreeding. Shanidar, Iraq La-Chapelle-aux-Saints 1 st Neanderthal site found by Mercellin Boule in 1908 Found 7 adult Neanderthals; 2 children; 4 burials; suggested signs of Neanderthal compassion. La-Chapelle-aux-Saints 1 st intentional burials related to hominids (flexed burial)....
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