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  1. New Book: The Oxford Handbook of Evolutionary Medicine (2019) | Human …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/human-evolution/news/2019/feb/new-book-oxford-handbook-evolutionary-medicine-2019

    14 Feb 2019: Medicine is grounded in the natural sciences, among which biology stands out with regard to the understanding of human physiology and conditions that cause dysfunction.

    Medicine is grounded in the natural sciences, among which biology stands out with regard to the understanding of human physiology and conditions that cause dysfunction.

  2. Chemical composition of the 40,000 year old Sulawesi Rock Art | Human …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/human-evolution/news/2019/feb/chemical-composition-40000-year-old-sulawesi-rock-art

    10 Feb 2019: Rock art comprises various forms of images and markings, including paintings, drawings, and engravings, created by prehistoric people on immobile surfaces of rocks.

    Rock art comprises various forms of images and markings, including paintings, drawings, and engravings, created by prehistoric people on immobile surfaces of rocks.

  3. Homo neanderthalensis of Charente, France relied heavily on reindeer…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/human-evolution/news/2019/feb/homo-neanderthalensis-charente-france-relied-heavily-reindeer-meat

    10 Feb 2019: We conducted a preliminary analysis of faunal remains from three Middle Paleolithic assemblages from sites in Charente, France: Grotte Simard, Abri Commont (Petit-Puymoyen), and Abri Lartet, a distinct locus in the Grotte de Montgaudier.

    We conducted a preliminary analysis of faunal remains from three Middle Paleolithic assemblages from sites in Charente, France: Grotte Simard, Abri Commont (Petit-Puymoyen), and Abri Lartet, a distinct locus in the Grotte de Montgaudier.

  4. Régismont-le-Haut open-air-site provides interesting insights into…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/human-evolution/news/2019/feb/regismont-le-haut-open-air-site-provides-interesting-insights-daily-camp-organisation

    10 Feb 2019: Régismont-le-Haut, an Aurignacian open-air campsite, provides an occasion to investigate aspects of Aurignacian site variability that are rarely broached: (1) the relatively poorly known area connecting the Aquitaine and Mediterranean Basins, and (2

    Régismont-le-Haut, an Aurignacian open-air campsite, provides an occasion to investigate aspects of Aurignacian site variability that are rarely broached: (1) the relatively poorly known area connecting the Aquitaine and Mediterranean Basins, and (2

  5. Gona, Ethiopia: New 4.8 to 4.3 million year old partial skeleton of…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/human-evolution/news/2019/feb/gona-ethiopia-new-48-43-million-year-old-partial-skeleton-ardipithecus-ramidus

    8 Feb 2019: Functional analyses of the 4.

    Functional analyses of the 4.

  6. Hominin Dispersal into south-east Asia: A Review | Human Evolution @…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/human-evolution/news/2019/feb/hominin-dispersal-south-east-asia-review

    6 Feb 2019: While the "Movius Line" may no longer represent a valid cultural division between Early and Middle Pleistocene hominins in South and Southeast Asia, it still offers a useful geographical and ecological window into changing processes of colonizati

    While the "Movius Line" may no longer represent a valid cultural division between Early and Middle Pleistocene hominins in South and Southeast Asia, it still offers a useful geographical and ecological window into changing processes of colonization

  7. Least Cost Path Modelling suggests early hominin dispersal via the…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/human-evolution/news/2019/feb/least-cost-path-modelling-suggests-early-hominin-dispersal-northern-sinai

    6 Feb 2019: The state of our knowledge concerning the geographic routes through which hominins spread out of Africa remains incomplete.

    The state of our knowledge concerning the geographic routes through which hominins spread out of Africa remains incomplete.

  8. New Electron Spin Resonance and Uranium Series Dating suggests…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/human-evolution/news/2019/feb/new-electron-spin-resonance-and-uranium-series-dating-suggests-hominin-occupation

    6 Feb 2019: The Cueva del Angel (Lucena, Spain) is an open-air archaeological site with a sedimentary sequence remnant of a collapsed rock shelter which was part of a still active karst complex.

    The Cueva del Angel (Lucena, Spain) is an open-air archaeological site with a sedimentary sequence remnant of a collapsed rock shelter which was part of a still active karst complex.

  9. Highest African Acheulean Archaeological Site Found on Ethiopian…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/human-evolution/news/2019/feb/highest-african-acheulean-archaeological-site-found-ethiopian-mountain

    4 Feb 2019: High-altitude mountain habitats are regarded as unfavorable for human occupation (e.

    High-altitude mountain habitats are regarded as unfavorable for human occupation (e.

  10. Antiquarian Collections of British Lower and Middle Palaeolithic…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/human-evolution/news/2019/feb/antiquarian-collections-british-lower-and-middle-palaeolithic-artefacts-are-assessed

    4 Feb 2019: The British Lower and Middle Palaeolithic record makes an important contribution to understanding the early occupation of northern Europe, in particular, through the detailed, systematic and multidisciplinary excavations of key sites.

    The British Lower and Middle Palaeolithic record makes an important contribution to understanding the early occupation of northern Europe, in particular, through the detailed, systematic and multidisciplinary excavations of key sites.

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