Anatomically Modern Humans

Somewhere beyond the sea: Human cranial remains from the Lesser Sunda Islands (Alor Island, Indonesia) provide insights on Late Pleistocene peopling of Island Southeast Asia

Carro, SCSamper, Gilbert, F, Bulbeck, D, O'Connor, S, Louys, J, Spooner, N, Questiaux, D, Arnold, L, Price, GJ, Wood, R, Mahirta. Somewhere beyond the sea: Human cranial remains from the Lesser Sunda Islands (Alor Island, Indonesia) provide insights on Late Pleistocene peopling of Island Southeast Asia. Journal of Human Evolution. 2019;134:102638.

Isotopic analyses suggest mammoth and plant in the diet of the oldest anatomically modern humans from far southeast Europe

Drucker, DG, Naito, YI, Péan, S, Prat, S, Crépin, L, Chikaraishi, Y, Ohkouchi, N, Puaud, S, Lázničková-Galetová, M, Patou-Mathis, M, Yanevich, A, Bocherens, H. Isotopic analyses suggest mammoth and plant in the diet of the oldest anatomically modern humans from far southeast Europe. Nature Scientific Reports. 2017;7(1):6833.

Upper Palaeolithic genomes reveal deep roots of modern Eurasians.

Jones, ER, Gonzalez-Fortes, G, Connell, S, Siska, V, Eriksson, A, Martiniano, R, McLaughlin, RL, Llorente, MGallego, Cassidy, LM, Gamba, C, Meshveliani, T, Bar-Yosef, O, Müller, W, Belfer-Cohen, A, Matskevich, Z, Jakeli, N, Higham, TFG, Currat, M, Lordkipanidze, D, Hofreiter, M, Manica, A, Pinhasi, R, Bradley, DG. Upper Palaeolithic genomes reveal deep roots of modern Eurasians. Nat Commun. 2015;6:8912.

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