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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANTH 2231
Professor
B.Galdiks
Semester
Summer

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Anatomically Modern Human (AMH) Morphology  And their earliest fossils  Things we know: o oldest AMH fossils are from Africa o AMH fossils from outside are more recent Cranium AMH from Europe- tall, rounded cranial vault more vertical forehead little to no browridge flat face large mastoid process rounded occipital chin Frontal View AMH- widest point high up on sides more rectangular eye orbit small nasal aperature AMH lack a Retromolar Gap AMH have cranial capacity co
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