Rethinking the human revolution

new behavioural and biological perspectives on the origin and dispersal of modern humans
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McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, [Distributor] : David Brown Bk, Co. , Cambridge, UK
Human beings -- Origin, Human evol
Statementedited by Paul Mellars . . . [et al.].
SeriesMcDonald Institute monographs
ContributionsMellars, Paul.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGN281 .R42 2007
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, 436 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22519602M
ISBN 101902937465
ISBN 139781902937465
LC Control Number2008428386

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Introduction Rethinking the Human Revolution: Eurasian and African Perspectives 1 Paul Mellars Part I Biological and Demographic Perspectives on Modern Human Origins Chapter 1 The Origin and Dispersal of Homo sapiens: Our Current State of Knowledge 15 Chris Stringer Chapter 2 Complete MtDNA Sequences — Quest on ‘Out-of-Africa’ Route.

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