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Archaeological perspectives on the origins of modern humans

a view from the Levant

by Daniel Kaufman

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Published by Bergin & Garvey in Westport, Conn .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Middle East,
  • Middle East.
    • Subjects:
    • Paleolithic period -- Middle East.,
    • Human evolution.,
    • Social evolution.,
    • Middle East -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [111]-134) and index.

      StatementDaniel Kaufman.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGN772.32.N4 K38 1999
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 140 p. :
      Number of Pages140
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL361622M
      ISBN 100897895789
      LC Control Number98021768

      It is generally accepted that archaic humans of the African later Early and early Middle Pleistocene constituted the source population for anatomically modern to limited fossil and archaeological records, however, relatively little is known about the morphology, behaviour and ecology of these presumed ancestors of modern humans. Rethinking the human revolution: new behavioural and biological perspectives on the origin and dispersal of modern humans. Cambridge, UK: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research. MLA Citation. Mellars, Paul.

      WHAT IS A HUMAN? ARCHAEOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON THE ORIGIN OF HUMANNESS ALISON S. BROOKS Defining Human, Early Scientific Efforts During the late 17th and 18th c., natural historians and biologists wrestled anew with the problem of defining humans within the natural world. In the context of the first anatomical studies of great apes, they.   Three papers provide archaeological and linguistic perspectives for understanding the prehistory and peopling of the region. Four genetic papers, by S. Horai, J. Martinson, S. Marzuki, and M. Stoneking, and one on linguistics (L. Sagart), presented in the same conference, are not published in this : Michael Pietrusewsky.

      About this book. This fascinating volume, assessing Lower and Middle Pleistocene African prehistory, argues that the onset of the Middle Stone Age marks the origins of landscape use patterns resembling those of modern human foragers. The origin of modern humans is a matter of debate. There are two different theories regarding the origin of modern humans or Homo sapiens. The first and primary theory states modern humans emerged in one place and from a single origin. This theory .


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Issues concerning the origins of modern humans are dealt with explicitly from the perspective of archaeological evidence drawn from the Levant.

The author concludes that the Neanderthals and their contemporaries in the region had, byyears ago, evolved fully modern cultural behaviors, including linguistic and symbolic capabilities. Emergence of Modern Humans: An Archaeological Perspective 1st Edition.

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The book furnishes a number of papers summarizing the major lines of research in the region, Cited by:   d’Errico, F., and Vanhaeren, M. Evolution or revolution. New evidence for the origin of symbolic behavior in Africa and Europe.

In Mellars, P., Stringer, C., Bar-Yosef, O., and Boyle, K. (eds.), Rethinking the Human Revolution: New Behavioral Perspectives on the Origins and Dispersal of Modern Humans (book of abstracts of the conference, September Cited by: While those who study human origns now agree that the evolution of the modern human form extends back much further in time than originally thought, they disagree sharply as to how to interpret the substantive data.

The purpose of this volume is to examine those conceptual differences and to explore the reasons why a consensus might never be possible.3/5(1). This paper reviews the evidence for modern human origins in Africa from palaeontological, archaeological, and genetic perspectives, and argues that the popular BP Replacement model is too simplistic to account for the complex evolutionary processes involved in our biological and behavioural : Kevin L.

Kuykendall, Isabelle S. Heyerdahl-King. Get this from a library. Rethinking the human revolution: new behavioural and biological perspectives on the origin and dispersal of modern humans. [Paul Mellars; et al]. Homo sapiens is the only extant human species.

The name is Latin for wise man, and was introduced in by Carl Linnaeus (who is himself the lectotype for the species). Extinct species of the genus Homo include Homo erectus (extant from roughly 2 to million years ago) and a number of other species (by some authors considered subspecies of either H.

sapiens Class: Mammalia. African and Asian perspectives on the origins of modern humans, in The Origin of Modern Humans and the Impact of Chronometric Dating, eds. Aitken, M., Stringer, C.B. & Mellars, P.A. (Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, series B,no.

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Stringer Cann Châtelperronian cladistic Controversies in Homo cranial cultural early modern early Upper. Modern humans, Homo sapiens, originated in Africa sometime betweenandyears ago.I’ve written that sentence many times. But what if it’s wrong. Paleoanthropologist Tim Weaver Author: Erin Wayman.

If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to reset your password. Behavioral modernity is a suite of behavioral and cognitive traits that distinguishes current Homo sapiens from other anatomically modern humans, hominins, and primates.

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Nitecki, Matthew H. Nitecki. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while .new behavioural and biological perspectives on the origin and dispersal of modern humans by Paul Mellars Published by McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, [Distributor]: David Brown Bk, Co.

in Cambridge, by: Human evolution: Origins of modern humans still look recent Todd R. Disotell That modern humans have a relatively ancient origin has been suggested on the basis of fossil and genetic evidence. But DNA sequences from an extinct neanderthal, and phylogenetic analyses of hundreds of human and ape sequences, continue to support a.