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A. boisei (left), H. habilis (right) Olduvai 5, Olduv. 24 (Original teaching slide code: PM-16)

35mm slide: 20555

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Australopithecines, chronological chart. (Original teaching slide code: PM-17)

35mm slide: 20556

16734

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A. africanus, reconstruction done by Gurche. (Original teaching slide code: PM-18)

1988

35mm slide: 20557

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Homo habilis, male, ER1470 (left); female, ER1813 (right). Age ca. 1.89 Ma. (Original teaching slide code: PM-19)

35mm slide: 20558

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Chimp vs Australopithecus. Skull and Pelvis, chimp on left, A. afarensis on right (Original teaching slide code: PM-2)

35mm slide: 20541

16737

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Homo habilis, top: female (ER1813); bottom: male (ER1470). Age ca. 1.89 Ma. (Original teaching slide code: PM-20)

35mm slide: 20559

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Lithic technology, hard hammer percussion. (Original teaching slide code: PM-21)

35mm slide: 20560

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Chichén Itzá -- Temple of the Three Lintels.

35mm slide: 407

1674

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Lithic technology, soft Hammer percussion. (Original teaching slide code: PM-22)

35mm slide: 20561

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Acheulean technology, Acheulean technology. (Original teaching slide code: PM-23)

35mm slide: 20562

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Cleaver. (Original teaching slide code: PM-24)

1965

35mm slide: 20563

16742

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Map Early of Sites with Homo erectus and archaic Homo sapiens. (Original teaching slide code: PM-25)

1988

35mm slide: 20564

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Trinil Skull cap (female), age ca. 0.9 Ma, Discovered by DuBois 1891. (Original teaching slide code: PM-26)

35mm slide: 20565

16744

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Homo erectus, East Africa, Nariokotome. WT 15000, boy age 11, age ca. 1.60 Ma, Most complete skeleton yet of Homo erectus. (Original teaching slide code: PM-27)

1995

35mm slide: 20566

16745

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Homo erectus, Europe, Mauer, age ca. 0.7P0. Ma, discovered near Heidelberg in 1907. (Original teaching slide code: PM-28)

35mm slide: 20567

16746

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Homo erectus, reconstruction done by Burian. (Original teaching slide code: PM-29)

1988

35mm slide: 20568

16747

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Dart holding Taung child. Taung: A. africanus, age ca. 2.7 Ma, discovered 1924, (Original teaching slide code: PM-3)

1988

35mm slide: 20542

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Archaic Homo sapiens, Petralona (Greece), frontal view: male, age > 0.2 Ma (Original teaching slide code: PM-30)

35mm slide: 20569

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Uxmal -- Dwarf Temple -- nunnery and House of Turtle in foreground.

35mm slide: 408

1675

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Archaic Homo sapiens, Petralona (Greece), side view: male, age > 0.2 Ma (Original teaching slide code: PM-31)

35mm slide: 20570

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Mousterian point (left), Levallois core and point (right) (Original teaching slide code: PM-32)

1988

35mm slide: 20571

16751

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Life history of a side scraper, see any article by Dibble. (Original teaching slide code: PM-33)

1994

35mm slide: 20572

16752

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Different portrayals, Ape-man based on La Chapelle (ca. 1910), in suit by Coon (ca. 1950s). (Original teaching slide code: PM-34)

1995

35mm slide: 20573

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Neanderthals, reconstruction by Gurche. (Original teaching slide code: PM-35)

1988

35mm slide: 20574

16754

Neandertal-Modern humans, France. La Ferrassie 1 Neandertal (left), ca. 75P60 Ka, and Cro Magnon "anatomically modern" human (right), ca. 20Ka. (Original teaching slide code: PM-36)

35mm slide: 20575

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Raw material sources, Middle vs. Upper Paleolithic. The big difference in the distances over which raw materials were obtained comes with the Uper Palaeolithic when shells, amber, and other items were widely traded. (Original teaching slide code: PM-37)

1994

35mm slide: 20576

16756

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Stratigraphy, Acheulean in E to Late Mousterian in B, Neandertal (from B or C), dates from ca. 200P90 Ka. (Original teaching slide code: PM-38)

35mm slide: 20577

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Site view: early "modern" humans , ages ca. 90 Ka? (Original teaching slide code: PM-39)

35mm slide: 20578

16758

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Olduvai Hominid 5, A. boisei. "Zinjanthropus", age ca. 1.8 Ma., discovered in 1959. (Original teaching slide code: PM-4)

35mm slide: 20543

16759

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Uxmal -- Temple of the Dwarf.

35mm slide: 409

1676

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Early Modern Humans: Predmosti 3 (top), ca. 25 Ka and Qafzeh 9 (bottom), ca. 95 Ka. (Original teaching slide code: PM-40)

35mm slide: 20579

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Aisne Valley, France. Neolithic house, Linearbandkeramik culture. (Original teaching slide code: PM-41)

35mm slide: 20580

16761

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Chimp vs. gracile and robust Australopithecines. Biomechanics of feeding. (Original teaching slide code: PM-5)

1995

35mm slide: 20544

16762

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Chimp vs. human locomotion. Biomechanics of walking. (Original teaching slide code: PM-6)

35mm slide: 20545

16763

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A. afarensis composite skeleton. Lovejoy reconstruction. (Original teaching slide code: PM-7)

1988

35mm slide: 20546

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Chimp, A. afarensis (AL 200), Human dental arches, AL 200, age ca. 3.4 Ma, from Awash, Ethiopia. (Original teaching slide code: PM-8)

35mm slide: 20547

16765

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Footprints of A. afarensis, age ca. 3.5 Ma. (Original teaching slide code: PM-9)

35mm slide: 20548

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India-Elephanta Island. Rock cut temple.8th century, Hindu (Original teaching slide code: RB-1)

35mm slide: 20350

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Courtly architecture synthesizes Hindu and Islamic styles; mutli-storied pavilion. (Original teaching slide code: RB-10)

35mm slide: 20359

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Tiruvengalanatha Temple, temple complex (Original teaching slide code: RB-11)

35mm slide: 20360

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Uxmal -- Dwarf Temple -- East building of Nunnery looking down south of Nunnery.

35mm slide: 410

1677

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Fortified city gate, major entrances flanked by complex entry courts. (Original teaching slide code: RB-12)

35mm slide: 20361

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On survey, outside the imperial city. (Original teaching slide code: RB-13)

1992

35mm slide: 20362

16771

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Qutb Minar. (Original teaching slide code: RB-14) 13th century

35mm slide: 20363

16772

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Tomb of Ghiyas-ud-din-Tughluq, note fortifications. (Original teaching slide code: RB-15) 14th century

35mm slide: 20364

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Humayun's tomb. (Original teaching slide code: RB-16). Mughal, AD 1500 - 1599

35mm slide: 20365

16774

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Taj Mahal. Mughal, AD 1600 - 1699

35mm slide: 20366

16775

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Safdarjang's tomb. (Original teaching slide code: RB-18). Mughal, AD 1700 - 1799

35mm slide: 20367

16776

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Agra Fort. (Original teaching slide code: RB-19). Mughal, AD 1500 - 1599

35mm slide: 20368

16777

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India, Elephanta Island, 8th century Hindu rock cut temple. (Original teaching slide code: RB-2)

35mm slide: 20351

16778