Human evolution Africa

Repetition Without Repetition: A Comparison of the Laetoli G1, Ileret, Namibian Holocene and Modern Human Footprints Using Pedobarographic Statistical …

J McClymont, RH Crompton – Reading Prehistoric Human Tracks: Methods & …

… within the context of the locomotor system. Small fossil samples are often described as key for understanding human locomotor evolution or morphofunctional behaviour. Such relationships are often claimed from the evidence …

Inferences from Footprints: Archaeological Best Practice

MR Bennett, SC Reynolds – Reading Prehistoric Human Tracks: Methods & …

… 2.4). For example, Roberts et al.(2008) describe an elephant trackway dated to around 90 ka from Still Bay in South Africa in aeolinites … Bennett, MR, Reynolds, SC, Morse, SA, & Budka, M.(2016b). Footprints and human evolution: Homeostasis in foot function …

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