Common Ancestors

[image caption and credit John Hawks: DH1 (left) and DH3 (center) of Homo naledi compared to KNM-ER 3733 from the Turkana Basin, usually attributed to Homo erectus. These skulls, shown to scale, illustrate the very small size of the Homo naledi cranium compared to African Homo erectus.]

Common Ancestors

This was the comment page for two readings about human origins, taking us from hominins to early Homo:

This was part of the Hartwick College Anthropology 2017 course. See Introduction to Anthropology 2018 for a 2018 course outline using the 4th edition of Anthropology: What Does it Mean to be Human?


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