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ANT 2500 Exam 3

Exam 3 Study Guide

Pleistocene often called Ice Age
Glaciations Climatic itervals when ice sheets covered much of the northern continents
Glaciations caused... Northern areas of Europe and Asia unihabitable
Integlacials Intervals when continental ice sheets retreating and becoming smaller
Integlacials caused certain migration routes to reopen
Homo erectus was succeeded by Premoderns (coexisted for long periods in Asia)
Features of Premoderns Larger Brain, Rounded Brain Case, Maximum Breath
Homo heidelbergensis fossils found in Africa and Europe
Premoderns were recently considered primitive, transitional "Homo sapiens"
Premoderns called Archaic Homo sapiens
Premoderns ancestors to... Both modern humans and Neandertals
Premodern Humans of Middle Pleistocene 1. Africa2. Europe3. Asia
Africa (fossils) Premodern fossils found at several sites in South and East Africa
Kabwe One of best known premodern fossils & mixture of older and recent traits
Bodo One of earliest Homo hidelbergensis in Africa
Homo heidlebergenis sites in Europe Sima de los Huesos at Atapuerca & near Gran Dolina
Chinese paleoanthropologists (Homo heidelbergnsis) suggest that more ancestral traits are shared with Homo erectus fossils (Zhoukoudian)
Homo erectus and Homo sapien mixture Homo heidelbergensis
Evolution of Homo Heidelbergensis (Africa) Homo sapiens
Evolution of Homo Heidelbergensis (Europe) Neandertal
Levallois Technique refers to stone tool making
Schoningen in Germany suggest strong case for hunting (three preserved wooden spears)
Most Neander fossils found in Europe
Neandertal brain larger that today's brain
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