ANTH 1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Anatomically Modern Human, Homo Habilis, Homo Erectus

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Disclaimer: this guide is not comprehensive for all the information covered in class. Moreover, it is not intended to provide all information necessary to achieve perfection on this exam. It is only intended to help you structure and organize your studying activities. Differences: use of tools: hominin evolution, know the four trends of hominin evolution that define biological change leading to anatomically. Bipedialism, increased cranial capacity, material culture, dental changes: know the hominin evolutionary tree and the evolutionary order of the different hominin genera. Homor sapiens: homo sapiens sapiens, homo sapiens neandartalensis. 1st path: east africa (2 types: gracile body types, smooth skull shapes, anamensis, afarensis, big skeletal build, large muscle attachments on skull, boisei, this 2nd one goes extinct. 2nd path- south africa (2 types: population moves south, light skeletal build, smooth skull shapes, africanus, robust skeletal build, large muscle attachments on skull, robustus, goes extinct.

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