Continuity and Discontinuity in the Peopling of Europe

One Hundred Fifty Years of Neanderthal Study

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Table of contents (27 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxi

  2. Book Chapter

    Pages 1-9

    Neanderthals and Emergent Palaeoanthropology 50 Years Ago

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    Pages 11-16

    One Hundred Fifty Years of Neanderthal Discoveries: Continuity and Discontinuity

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    Pages 17-45

    The Genus Homo: Origin, Speciation and Dispersal

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    Pages 47-53

    Before the Neanderthals: Hominid Evolution in Middle Pleistocene Europe

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    Pages 55-66

    The Earliest European Human Peopling After the Recent Discoveries: Early Neanderthals or Different Lineages?

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    Pages 67-75

    The Gran Dolina-TD6 Human Fossil Remains and the Origin of Neanderthals

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    Pages 77-87

    The Hominid Fossils from China Contemporaneous with the Neanderthals and Some Related Studies

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    Pages 89-100

    Behavioral and Cultural Origins of Neanderthals: A Levantine Perspective

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    Pages 101-112

    Discontinuities in the Faunal Assemblages and Early Human Populations of Central and Western Europe During the Middle and Late Pleistocene

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    Pages 113-125

    Neanderthal Geographical and Chronological Variation

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    Pages 127-138

    A Preliminary Approach to the Neanderthal Speciation by Distance Hypothesis: A View from the Shoulder Complex

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    Pages 139-153

    Facts and Ideas in Paleolithic Growth Studies (Paleoauxology)

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    Pages 155-163

    Dental Development and Age at Death of a Middle Paleolithic Juvenile Hominin from Obi-Rakhmat Grotto, Uzbekistan

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    Pages 165-173

    Computerized Reconstruction of Prenatal Growth Trajectories in the Dentition: Implications for the Taxonomic Status of Neandertals

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    Pages 175-178

    Endostructural Characterisation of the Regourdou 1 Neanderthal Proximal Arm: Bilateral Asymmetry and Handedness

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    Pages 179-192

    A Three-Dimensional Look at the Neanderthal Mandible

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    Pages 193-202

    Integration and Homology of “Chignon” and “Hemibun” Morphology

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    Pages 203-211

    Virtual Synthesis of the Skull in Neanderthals by FESS

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    Pages 213-217

    Neandertal mtDNA from a Late Pleistocene Human Mandible from the Cova del Gegant (Spain)

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    Pages 219-221

    Towards Neanderthal Paleogenomics

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