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At the archaic modern boundary of the genus Homo: the Neandertals from Grotta Breuil

Manzi, Giorgio ; Passrello, Pietro

Current Anthropology, April, 1995, Vol.36(2), p.355(12) [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    At the archaic modern boundary of the genus Homo: the Neandertals from Grotta Breuil
  • Autor: Manzi, Giorgio ; Passrello, Pietro
  • Assuntos: Neanderthal Man -- Research ; Human Evolution -- Research ; Antiquities
  • É parte de: Current Anthropology, April, 1995, Vol.36(2), p.355(12)
  • Descrição: Grotta Breuil is one of many caves along the Tyrrhenian Coast in Monte Circeo, Italy, which has yielded archaeological evidence of Wurmian Neandertals and Homo sapiens. Although the results of excavations into the Pleistocene deposits there have yet to be confirmed, the presence of cranial and dental remains, although incomplete, suggests that the transition from Neandertals to 'anatomically modern humans' is patterned after the replacement acculturation model.

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