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Author Topic:   Home sapiens older than we realized
Taq
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Message 6 of 35 (811426)
06-07-2017 5:59 PM


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I'm going with RAZD. The intermediate chin, slightly larger brow ridge, and intermediately sloped forehead seems to be ancestral to anatomically modern humans. Just for comparison, here is an AMH:


  
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Message 11 of 35 (811474)
06-08-2017 1:44 PM
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06-08-2017 1:17 PM


caffeine writes:

But my point was that 'anatomically modern' is an arbitrary term, so searching for the oldest example is a bit quixotic.

Indeed. Finding the oldest AMH is like trying to find the youngest adult.


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