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by Glynn Ll. Isaac,Elizabeth Richards McCown

Author: Glynn Ll. Isaac,Elizabeth Richards McCown
Subcategory: Biological Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Addison Wesley Longman (July 1976)
Pages: 592 pages
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Perspectives on Human Evolution, III). Menlo Park, California: W. A. Benjamin, In. 1976. Pp. xiv + 591, numerous illustrations, £1. 0 cased.

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Glynn Llywelyn Isaac (19 November 1937 – 5 October 1985) was a South African archaeologist who specialised in the very early prehistory of Africa . Human Origins: Louis Leakey and the East African Evidence, Glynn Ll. Isaac, Elizabeth Richards McCown, WA Benjamin, 1976.

Glynn Llywelyn Isaac (19 November 1937 – 5 October 1985) was a South African archaeologist who specialised in the very early prehistory of Africa, and was one of twin sons born to botanists William Edwyn Isaac and Frances Margaret Leighton Contents.

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Glynn Ll. Isaac 1966 New evidence from Olorgesailie relating to the . Louis Leakey and the East African evidence (eds G. Ll. Isaac and E. McCown): pp. 483–514. Isaac 1966 New evidence from Olorgesailie relating to the character of Acheulian occupation sites. InActas, Vo Congreso Panafricano de Prehistoria y de Estudio del Quaternario (ed. L. Cuscoy): vol. 2, pp. 135–45. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston. 1972 Isaac, G. Merrick, H. and Nelson C. Stratigraphic and archaeological studies in the Lake Nakuru basin, Kenya. Palaeoecology of Africa 6:225–32.

The fossil evidence for human evolution can be traced from close to .  . Ma to the present. The new term for modern humans and the human clade is ‘hominin’, which replaces the older name ‘hominid’. Do you want to read the rest of this chapter? Request full-text. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution The Human Career: Human Biological and Cultural Origins. Jones S, Martin R and Pilbeam D (eds) (1992) The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution.

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Isaac, Glynn Ll. and Elizabeth McCown. The Human Revolution: Behavioral and Biological Perspectives on the Origins of Modern Humans. W. Klein, Richard G. The Human Career: Human Biological and Cultural Origins. of Chicago Press, 1999. Lahr, Marta M. The Evolution of Modern Human Diversity: A Study on Cranial Variation. Studies in Biological Anthropology, no. 1. Cambridge Univ.

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Louis Seymour Bazett Leakey was born in Kabete, British East Africa (now Kenya), into the family of Harry and Mary Leakey . Isaac, Glynn L. Human Origins: Louis Leakey and the East African Evidence (Perspectives on Human Evolution). Benjamin Advanced Bk Program.

Louis Seymour Bazett Leakey was born in Kabete, British East Africa (now Kenya), into the family of Harry and Mary Leakey, Christian missionaries. He was even initiated as a member of the Kikuyu. At 13, his discovery of stone tools ignited his lifelong passion for prehistory.

Pp. xiii, 591; (black-and-white photos, line-drawings, geological diagrams, maps, graphs). Publisher's original brick red cloth, lettered in gilt on the spine and front cover, lg 8vo. This is the hardcover first edition. This is Perspectives on Human Evolution, volume III. This series, developed by S. L. Washburn, is a publication of the Society for the Study of Human Evolution, Berkeley, California. The series was created to bring together the variety of evidence which helps us understand the process that has created mankind. It presents topical articles on human evolution concerning the fossil record, stone tools and biosocial problems such as development of language - all of these are seen from the "Berkeley Perspective" as espoused by Washburn. Many of Washburn's students and close colleagues were asked to publish in this series. This volume presents 21 chapters that are nearly all focused on the East African Plio-Pleistocene fossil record. No ownership marks and no signs of use.