Modern 2010 - Homo sapiens sapiens anatomically modern Transitional near modern by 200,000-150,000 ya in Africa Fully modern appear by 100,000 ya

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Homo sapiens sapiens anatomically modern (Smithsonian Institution) (Turnbaugh et al. 2002:322) Transitional, near modern by 200,000-150,000 ya in Africa Fully modern appear by 100,000 ya in Africa By 30,000 ya, ALL humans are anatomically modern
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High, round cranium, back of head round, tall forehead, flat face, brow ridge smaller, has chin (Feder & Park 2001:318; Whitehead et al. 2005:318)
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(Smithsonian Institution)
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Upper Paleolithic Tool traditions made by early H. sapiens In Europe is called Aurignacian In both Europe and Africa, more technologically sophisticated than was Middle Paleolithic Characterized by use of blades Broader subsistence base Settlements are larger
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Blade: A type of flake struck off a prepared core . A blade is at least 2x long as wide, parallel sided.
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Upper Paleolithic Associated with H. sapiens sapiens Characterized by blade tools : Once prepared core is made, blades produced quickly Get much more edge per unit of raw material (Turnbaugh et al. 2002:331)
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Question about evolution to or origin of modern H. sapiens : Did all regional populations evolve, or just one?
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2011 for the course ANTH 101 taught by Professor Simmons during the Spring '06 term at South Carolina.

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Modern 2010 - Homo sapiens sapiens anatomically modern Transitional near modern by 200,000-150,000 ya in Africa Fully modern appear by 100,000 ya

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