paleoanthropological


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pa·le·o·an·thro·pol·o·gy

 (pā′lē-ō-ăn′thrə-pŏl′ə-jē)
n.
The study of extinct and prehistoric hominins and their primate relatives, chiefly by examining fossils and artifacts.

pa′le·o·an′thro·po·log′ic (-pə-lŏj′ĭk), pa′le·o·an′thro·po·log′i·cal (-ĭ-kəl) adj.
pa′le·o·an′thro·pol′o·gist n.
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Adj.1.paleoanthropological - of or concerned with the scientific study of human fossils
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What is fascinating is the arrangement of the objects: Shared Beginnings displaying a white quartz axe of Tanzania's Olduvai (from one of the most important paleoanthropological sites in the world) tells the story of man's battle for survival; First Cities travels back to 2,500 BCE with highlights including artefacts from Mohenjodara and Harappa; other sections focus on great empires with State and Faith talking about how rulers used religions to strengthen their grip on their subjects and Indian Ocean Traders focuses on Courtly Culture as in the opulence of Mughal, Ottoman and Chinese courts.
It is about 70 miles from the city of Arusha in Tanzania and is known for its proximity to some of the world's most important paleoanthropological sites.
Forgotten Times and Spaces: New Perspectives in Paleoanthropological, Paleoetnological and Archeological Studies (S.
artefact eliminativists do not explicitly claim that talking about chairs should be avoided in, say, paleoanthropological research).
He calls the new paper "a classic example of paleoanthropological storytelling being used as clickbait for a commercial journal eager for media coverage.
Many other Ohioans became involved in this and other stories of paleoanthropological research.
Stone" admits, "I expect the paleoanthropological record: a.
WHAT IS MISSING IN THE PALEOANthropological record is an understanding of how the Homo sapiens-Canis lupus mechanism actually worked.
Archaelogical and paleoanthropological evidence points to the use of entheogens as far back as the Upper Paleolithic in diverse locations worldwide (Metzner, 2005; Shanon, 2002,2008).
Parece que fueron humanos aun mas antiguos (homininos, enjerga tecnica) los responsables de estos utiles recien hallados que Sonia Harmand, investigadora de la universidad de Stony Brook (Nueva York, Estados Unidos) acaba de presentar en la reunion de la Paleoanthropological Society en San Francisco del 14 de abril de este ano.
Sautman's (2001) study on "Peking Man and the politics of paleoanthropological nationalism in China" implicates Mr.
of Minnesota) begins with the need for an evolutionary study of culture history in the Pleistocene, presenting the paleoanthropological, behavioral, and methodological issues.