Paleoanthropology Africa

Femoral neck and shaft structure in Homo naledi from the Dinaledi Chamber (Rising Star System, South Africa)

L Friedl, AG Claxton, CS Walker, SE Churchill… – Journal of Human Evolution, 2019

… page. Elsevier. Journal of Human Evolution. Volume 133, August 2019, Pages 61-77. Journal of Human Evolution. Femoral neck and shaft structure in Homo naledi from the Dinaledi Chamber (Rising Star System, South Africa) …

Population structure and the evolution of Homo sapiens in Africa

RG Klein – Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and Reviews

… Historically, the genomes of some African populations, of whom the Khoe‐San of southern Africa are most often cited, exhibited remarkably low linkage disequilibrium, exceptional genetic diversity, and other features …

The hominid ilium is shaped by a synapomorphic growth mechanism that is unique within primates

D Zirkle, CO Lovejoy – Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2019

Skip to main content. Submit; About: Editorial Board; PNAS Staff; FAQ; Rights and Permissions; Site Map. Contact; Journal Club; Subscribe: Subscription Rates; Subscriptions FAQ; Open Access; Recommend PNAS to Your …

Reply to: Charlier et al. 2018. Mudslide and/or animal attack are more plausible causes and circumstances of death for AL 288 (‘Lucy’): a forensic anthropology …

J Kappelman, RA Ketcham, S Pearce, L Todd, W Akins… – Medico-Legal Journal, 2019

The Pliocene hominin fossil ‘Lucy’ (AL 288-1, Australopithecus afarensis) was discovered in the Afar region of Ethiopia in 1974 and dates to 3.18 million years in age. In Kappelman et al.,1 we pr…

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