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The first modern humans at Niah, c. 50,000-35,000 years ago

Reynolds, T; Barker, Graeme William; Barton, Huw; Cranbrook, Earl of; Farr, Lucy; Hunt, Chris; Kealhofer, Lisa; Paz, Victor; Piper, Philip; Szabo, Katherine


loped in Africa and then spread across the globe, or whether they had also developed outside Africa from antecedent hominin populations such as Homo erectus (Brauer 1992; Trinkaus 2005). Questions about modern human adaptation and ecology were also significant given the debates about whether the rainforest was a limiting factor in the spread of humans and whether adaptation to it has only been a very recent, probably Holocene, event (Bailey & Headland 1991; Bailey et al. 1989; Brosius 1991;...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2013
Type: Book chapter
Book Title: Rainforest foraging and farming in Island Southeast Asia


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