Homo ergaster | Wikiwand
Homo ergaster is an extinct species or subspecies of archaic humans who lived in Africa in the Early Pleistocene. Whether H. ergaster constitutes a species of its own or should be subsumed into H. erectus is an ongoing and unresolved dispute within palaeoanthropology. Proponents of synonymisation typically designate H. ergaster as "African Homo erectus" or "Homo erectus ergaster". The name Homo ergaster roughly translates to "working man", a reference to the more advanced tools used by…
Artifacts,privacy and Morality ponderings on King Richard III ,the Brontes and Eva Peron
I always feel that historians ,anthropologists and archeologists can have a slightly schizophrenic attitude to the dead ,wanting to study their lives in detail yet mindful these were real people.T…
Bradshaw Foundation Origins - Homo heidelbergensis
Homo heidelbergensis is an extinct species of the genus Homo dated to between 600,000 and 400,000 years ago, which may be the direct ancestor of Homo neanderthalensis in Europe and Homo sapiens.
DNA study finds mystery new ancestor
Scientists looked at the genomes of indigenous Australians, Papuans, people from the Andaman Islands (pictured) and from India. Parts of their DNA did not match any hominin species on record.
The Ultimate Proof Of A Giant Race Of People
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Fossil DNA confirms interbreeding between humans and Neanderthals
Anthropologists at the University of Cambridge and Copenhagen University studied a genome taken from a 36,000-year-old skeleton (the skull is pictured).
Early Humans Lived in China 1.7 Million Years Ago
An extinct species of tool-making humans apparently occupied a vast area in China as early as 1.7 million years ago, researchers say.