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The Stages of Human Evolution
     

The Stages of Human Evolution

by C. Loring Brace
 

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Of all the subjects that have provoked the play of human curiosity, few equal our concern with our own prehistoric origins. At the same, time, few subjects have been the target for so much unprofessional speculation. Although the present work does not reduce the quantity of speculations (quite the reverse), it is my hope that they can, technically at least, bear the

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Of all the subjects that have provoked the play of human curiosity, few equal our concern with our own prehistoric origins. At the same, time, few subjects have been the target for so much unprofessional speculation. Although the present work does not reduce the quantity of speculations (quite the reverse), it is my hope that they can, technically at least, bear the label of professional speculations.

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The new edition (first, 1967) of this standard text provides a concise review of the evolution of humanity, including a history of the many scholars and theories of prehistory anthropology leading up to the present; recent discoveries; and the four main stage of evolution: Australopithecine, Pithecanthropine, Neanderthal, and Modern. B&w illustrations. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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ISBN-13:
9780138401405
Publisher:
Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
Publication date:
12/01/1978
Series:
Foundations of Modern Anthropology Series
Edition description:
2d ed
Pages:
116

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