Toups et al., "Origin of Clothing Lice Indicates Early Clothing Use by Anatomically Modern Humans
in Africa," Molecular Biology and Evolution 28, no.
To better understand the Middle to Upper Paleolithic transition and the dispersal of anatomically modern humans
from Africa into Eurasia, Tostevin (anthropology, U.
It was not until more than 100,000 years later that anatomically modern humans
appear in the fossil record.
In Chapter 3, Sterelny appeals to his model to explain two of the great puzzles of paleoanthropology, namely, why Neanderthals went extinct and why anatomically modern humans
took so long (perhaps 150,000 years) to become behaviorally modern.
The researchers found hints that selection acting on a few genes related to skeletal and neurological development may have played a role in the emergence of anatomically modern humans
Existing in the European fossil record from approximately 400,000 to 30,000 years ago, Neandertals are likely to have come into contact with anatomically modern humans
for the last 50,000 years of their existence.
Anatomically modern humans
began their worldwide trek during the Late Pleistocene (10).
Es cierto que segun Mellars (1989: 361) en Europa la aparicion del simbolismo se asocia con el paso del Paleolitico Medio al Superior, pero eso no supone que el simbolismo fuera una invencion europea, sino que "would appear to indicate a rapid expansion coinciding fairly closely with the first appearance of anatomically modern humans
throughout western Eurasia" (Mellars, 1989: 363).
et al., The 'Human Revolution' in Lowland Tropical Southeast Asia: The Antiquity and Behavior of Anatomically Modern Humans
at Niah Cave.
Turney, 2007, The 'human revolution' in lowland tropical Southeast Asia: the antiquity and behavior of anatomically modern humans
at Niah Cave (Sarawak, Borneo).
* The first evidence of anatomically modern humans
appears about 150,000 years ago.
Objective: The erc-funded project palaeochron is exploring the dispersal and chronology of early anatomically modern humans
outwards from africa and into eurasia between 60-40,000 years ago.