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  1. Challenging the Out Of Africa Theory
  2. Human origins
  3. Are Australian Aboriginals Remnants of the Neanderthal?
  4. Cro Magnon Sites over the World
  5. Homo Erectus: Extinct or still with us?
  6. Pleistocene Homo sapiens from Middle Awash, Ethiopia
  7. Reconstructing the face of the Gibraltar Neanderthal child
  8. Krapina Neanderthalers
  9. Cheddar Man
  10. Human Fossils Set European Record
  11. Out of Africa wrong? Human ancestors white?
  12. The face of our ancestral mother
  13. Neanderthal Facial Lenght
  14. Out of Africa / Multiregional synthesis - with Physical Anthropology
  15. Hohle Fels Cave: Oldest Sculptures Unearthed (with Amazing Carvings)
  16. Mastermind of Piltdown Hoax Unmasked?
  17. Ancestral Primate Discovered in China
  18. Late Neanderthals 'more like us'
  19. Study: Human DNA Neanderthal-Free
  20. Yea, Well Classify This (Ape Man)
  21. Neanderthals and Later Populations in Europe
  22. Wolpoff and Lee on the human "species" of Israel
  23. Were the Neanderthals Our Ancestors?
  24. Neanderthals: Regionalists vs. Replacementists Scientific Battle
  25. Lake Mungo has non-sapiens DNA
  26. Reconstruction of the skull of "Trijntje"
  27. Mungo Man
  28. Amud 1
  29. The Tabun Mandible
  30. Variation in Early North Americans
  31. Early man steered clear of Neanderthal romance
  32. Australopithecus To Homo
  33. Atapuerca
  34. International Forum of Palaeoanthropology
  35. Homo erectus / Javaman
  36. Origins of Moderns, from the Ten Hominid Groups (Stringer)
  37. Paleobiology of Middle Pleistocene human remains
  38. Bahinia fossil Fossil: Primitive Primate Makes The Case For Asian Anthropoid Origins
  39. Paleoanthropology of Primates
  40. Dryopithecus in Europe
  41. Australopithecus and early Homo physiques
  42. Human Evolution: Evolution and the Structure of Health and Disease
  43. Early Upper Pleistocene And African Origin For The Neanderthals
  44. Dmanisi Hominids
  45. Morphological Distance between Australopithecine, Human and Ape Skulls
  46. European Fossils Rewrite Human Evolution: European/Eurasian Origin?
  47. Arthur Keith on Human Evolution
  48. Fossil hints at primate origins (Higher Primates May Have Asian Root)
  49. Human Evolution and Morphometry
  50. Xavier Zubiri on the Origins of Man
  51. Neanderthal Origins in Europe
  52. The early UP skeleton from Abrigo do Velho- pt
  53. Neanderthals Grew Up Much Faster
  54. Neanderthals were 'adults by 15'
  55. Cro-Magnon - A Breakdown
  56. Die Evolution des Menschen(German site)
  57. Orkadian population history
  58. Evolution of of the human oral system
  59. Neanderthal Clavicle
  60. Wine and Beer in Hurrian Kurdistan coming from the Sumerians
  61. Not so fast...
  62. Music of the Ages - Neolithic Musical Instruments
  63. Neanderthal remains found in Montenegro
  64. Early Modern Human from the Pestera cu Oase, Romania
  65. Body size and Postcranial Robusticity of European UP Hominins
  66. UP / Mesolithic stature
  67. Hominid Cranium From Omo
  68. The early Upper Paleolithic human skeleton from the Abrigo do Lagar Velho (Portugal)
  69. Stable isotope evidence for increasing dietary breadth in the European mid-Upper Paleolithic
  70. Huxley on the Neanderthal Man
  71. Jawbone find shows Neanderthal 'Samaritans' helped the weak
  72. Neanderthal taxonomy reconsidered
  73. The mandibular canal of the "Old Man" of Cro-Magnon
  74. Expressions of chimps (Plates)
  75. The M/U P interface and the relationship of Neanderthals and early sapiens in Croatia
  76. Surprisingly rapid growth in Neanderthals.
  77. The hypoglossal canal and the origin of human vocal behavior
  78. Neandertal knees: power lifters in the Pleistocene?
  79. A comparative study of stereolithographically modelled skulls of Petralona and B Hill
  80. A cranium for the earliest Europeans: phylogenetic position of the hominid from Ceprano, Italy
  81. Modern human ancestry at the peripheries: a test of the replacement theory.
  82. Hominid skull fragments from Late Pleistocene layers in Leine Valley
  83. Neandertal Faces Were Not Long; Modern Human Faces Are Short
  84. Jebel Irhoud and Dar-es-Soltane
  85. The Archaic from Swanscombe (400,000 Years Ago)
  86. Skull Morphology:Mesocephalic vs. Brachycephalic
  87. An archaic from Reilingen
  88. Decrease in facial robusticity after the Upper Paleolithic
  89. A parietal from Shuidonggou
  90. Locomotion and body proportions of the Saint-Cesaire 1 Chatelperronian Neandertal.
  91. Brachial and crural indices of European late Upper Paleolithic and Mesolithic humans.
  92. Body proportions in Late Pleistocene Europe and modern human origins.
  93. Early Hominin Limb Proportions
  94. Human remains from the Austrian Gravettian
  95. Behavioral inferences from the Skhul/Qafzeh early modern human hand remains.
  96. The shape of the Neandertal femur is primarily the consequence of a hyperpolar body
  97. Appendicular robusticity and the paleobiology of modern human emergence
  98. Size variation in Middle Pleistocene humans.
  99. Morphological affinities of the Sal'a 1 frontal bone.
  100. A multivariate analysis of Pleistocene hominids: testing hypothesis of Eur. origins
  101. An Australasian test of the recent African origin theory
  102. The evolution and development of cranial form in Homosapiens.
  103. Growth study of wild chimpanzees challenges assumptions about early humans
  104. Comparing Primate Genomes Offers Insight Into Human Evolution
  105. Ancient DNA Reveals Skin Color
  106. Bloody Stone Tools Tell Hominids' Tales
  107. Neanderthal and modern teeth
  108. Krapina 1 browridges
  109. Classify Skull and Reconstruction
  110. Neanderthal Noses
  111. Human skulls are 'oldest Americans'
  112. 'Most recent common ancestor' of all living humans surprisingly recent
  113. Giant Ape May be New Species
  114. Paleoanthro · Human evolution and Palaeoanthropology
  115. Levantine Moderns and Neanderthals
  116. Basicranial influence on overall cranial shape
  117. Scientists Find Prehistoric Dwarf Skeleton
  118. Little lady of Flores forces rethink of human evolution
  119. Evidence of Human Dwarf Species Found
  120. Hominid Evolution Summary
  121. East Asian problems with "Out of Africa"
  122. Chinese Roots: Skull May Complicate Human-Origins Debate
  123. Book Review - African Exodus: The Origins of Modern Humanity
  124. 'Original' Great Ape discovered
  125. branching off from Scoob's Cromag thread
  126. Collateral relatives of American Indians among the Bronze Age populations of Siberia?
  127. Preference for right-handedness goes back to prehistoric era
  128. Temporal bone morphology, size and relationships among apes
  129. Classify skull
  130. Paleoanthropology in the 1990's
  131. Population Bottlenecks and Pleistocene Human Evolution
  132. The Southern Greek Palaeolithic, Mesolithic, and Neolithic Sequence at Franchthi Cave
  133. Lost apes Of the Congo (Stephan Faris)
  134. A New Species of Early Hominid from Ethiopia
  135. The mysterious end of Essex man (Robin McKie)
  136. Taste for meat made humans early weaners
  137. Singing Neanderthals? New Research on their vocal tracts
  138. Morphological Similarities Between Archaics
  139. The origin and dispersion of human parasitic diseases in the Old World
  140. Age of ancient humans reassessed
  141. A cephalometric investigation of Brazilian prehistoric man (C.B. Pereira et al)
  142. An evolutionary road less traveled
  143. Indonesian 'Hobbit' Confirmed to Be a New Species
  144. 4-Million Years Old Skeleton Unearthed
  145. Neanderthal from Shanidar Cave (75,000 Years old): Oldest Fossil Human Protein ever sequenced
  146. Neandertal Advance: First Fully Jointed Skeleton Built!
  147. Fossil find could be first bipedal human ancestor
  148. Phenetic study of the affinities of Dakanihylo
  149. Mid sagittal cranial profiles in neanderthals and moderns
  150. Trends in Midsagital Variation
  151. Fossils push human emergence back to 195,000 years ago
  152. Early Americans from Lagoa Santa
  153. Evolution comes with a twist (Megan Morris)
  154. Scientists build Neanderthal ‘Frankenstein’
  155. Secrets of the Stone Age Sea
  156. Dig Near Las Vegas Continues to Yield Fossils
  157. Modern Humans or Neandertals? New Evidence Sheds Light on Cave Fossils' Age
  158. Bones of Contention : Is a small, 18,000-year-old skeleton the older cousin of modern-day Pygmies - or a new human species?
  159. The icy truth behind Neanderthals
  160. Ötzi: The Curse of the Ice Man
  161. Out of Africa or Multiregionalism?
  162. Ancient woolly mammoth tusk discovered
  163. I Need Help with Hominid Reconstruction
  164. The Evolution of Hemispheric Specialization
  165. The Aquatic Ape Theory
  166. Predmost Skull
  167. Neandertal and Cro-Magnon
  168. Vellinge
  169. Neandertal, La Chapelle
  170. Oberkassel reconstruction
  171. La Ferrassie 1
  172. Example of Amud Skull
  173. Example of Shanidar Skull
  174. Pre-human skull found in Georgian republic
  175. The Creswell Crags Valley Site
  176. Homo steinheimensis
  177. Homo neanderthalensis
  178. Homo antecessor
  179. The Usual Suspects
  180. Cro-Magnons Conquered Europe, but Left Neanderthals Alone
  181. Hominid Family History: Comparative Morphology of Extinct Hominids
  182. The Alma "Wild Man": Undiscovered Hominid, or Myth?
  183. John Hawk.net: paleoanthropology, genetics & evolution
  184. Craniodental Variation in Paranthropus boisei: A Developmental and Functional Perspective
  185. Daniel E. Lieberman Publications Available as PDFs
  186. Oreopithecus was a bipedal ape after all
  187. Ancient Mexican footprints?
  188. The Tre2 ( USP6) oncogene is a hominoid-specific gene
  189. Neolithic Dwellings in Finnland: Traces of Life and Death
  190. Tools Unlock Secrets of Early Man
  191. Early Humans squatted - toe bones indicate
  192. Would the Real Neandertal Please Stand up?
  193. Hominid Brain Size: 3,500,000 Million BP to Present
  194. Neandertals Had Long Childhoods, Tooth Study Suggests
  195. Did Early Humans First Arise in Asia, Not Africa?
  196. Gerontomorphisis/Paedomorphisis and Human Evolutionary Progression
  197. Neanderthal man floated into Europe, say Spanish researchers
  198. Agriculture practiced in Upper Paleolithic (?)
  199. New Giant Hominid in Malaysia?
  200. “Backward evolution” spawns ape-like people
  201. Tools 'may be 250,000 years old'
  202. Timetable
  203. The Troglodytidae and the Hominidae in the Taxonomy and Evolution of Higher Primates
  204. Could Ethiopian Skull be Missing Link?
  205. The Myakka Skunk Ape Photographs
  206. Loren Coleman's Cryptozoological Newsblog
  207. The Great Hairy Man
  208. Neandertal and modern human lower jaw variation
  209. Human ancestors and chimps may have dated
  210. Indonesian "Hobbit" Not Real, Some Researchers Say
  211. Neanderthal Contribution to European Genome is 5%
  212. Tooth Gives Up Oldest Human DNA
  213. New Glacier Theory on Stonehenge
  214. Newly Discovered Giant Stone Tools Reveal Unexpectedly Early Human Design Skills
  215. Early Signs of Elephant Butchers, 400,000 Years Ago
  216. Hominid skulls compared
  217. First Americans May Have Been European
  218. Ancient Human Footprints Uncovered in Australia
  219. How modern were European Neanderthals?
  220. Iceman Oetzi Bled to Death
  221. Ethiopia: Fossil of World's oldest Child found (Australopithecus afarensis, 3.3 million years ago)
  222. 'Lucy's Baby' Found in Ethiopia
  223. Russian Professor donates Zana's son's skull sample for DNA analysis.
  224. Cave Fossils from Pestera Muierii Cave are early Europeans
  225. Fontéchevade
  226. Discovery of twins may reveal whether humans and Neanderthals interbred
  227. Dental remains from the Grotte du Renne at Arcy-sur-Cure
  228. Lessons learned from drought deaths 40,000 years ago
  229. A Varied Menu for Homo's "Cousins"
  230. British Neanderthals: Jawbone May Provide First Evidence
  231. European Neanderthals Showed Significant Physical Differences From North To South
  232. Stone Age Twins Discovered Buried Under Mammoth's Shoulder Blade
  233. Ancient 'warrior' found in permafrost
  234. Spread Of Modern Humans Occurred Later Than Thought
  235. Fossil skull, artifact, help date human migration
  236. 40,000-year-old skull shows both modern human and Neandertal traits?
  237. Neanderthal Post-Cranial Morphology
  238. European Skull's Evolving Story
  239. "Skull Is First Fossil Proof of Human Migration Theory, Study Says"
  240. Holocene Palaeoecology along the Blekinge Coast
  241. Fossils of "Most Primitive Primate" Found Near Yellowstone
  242. Two Skeletons Push Primates Closer to Dinosaur Era
  243. New evidence -- Clovis people not first to populate North America
  244. Humans, chimps split 4 million years ago: study
  245. Earliest Modern Human European Site, 45,000 years old
  246. European Faces Reflect Stone Age Ancestry, Study Says... (Article)
  247. Jawbone from Morocco redefines human origin
  248. Cavemen Profiles: A compendium of Hominid Branches and their Evolution
  249. How did Cro-Magnids come to Västergötland?
  250. Man's earliest direct ancestors looked more apelike than previously believed