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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANT101H5
Professor
Heather Miller
Semester
Winter

Description
Overview on Homo Erectus to Premodern Humans Homo Erectus were more hunter than scavengers Does homo erectus use FIRE? Very occasionally not always did they sit around a fire to make food. There’s not enough evidence for that just yet. The change in the homo erectus body rapidly happened. What tool traditions and hominins are associated with the lower , middle and upper Paleolithic? Lower – acheulian Middle – Mousterian Upper – Magdelinean Premoderns: “Homo Heidelbergensis “ This is date for : 600,000 ya (or earlier) to 125,000 ya Era: (Middle Pleistocene) Where: in Europe, Africa, Asia Type of tool use for Homo Heidelbergensis: Acheulian (west) & pebble tool (east) New technique: Levallois Examples: Stone & Wooden spears What do they look like? Large brow ridge Low forehead Large occipital on the back of their skull They are more like humans Their cranial capacity is larger than humans Their brain case is more round than us The maxiumum width of their skull is above their ears Pentagonal More
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