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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

Fauna: Skeletal element(s); Fauna: Species/sex/age determination; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Pre-modern humans (general); Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

Full Record: x-16737/16737

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

35mm slide: 20541

Fauna: Skeletal element(s); Fauna: Species/sex/age determination; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

Full Record: x-17320/17320

Gorilla and Homo Skeletons: Comparative skeletons from a macaque monkey (not pictured- on page 82), gorilla and man illustrate the physiological progression from four-footedness through arm-swinging to two-legged walking. The monkey's arms are somewhat shorter than its legs; it can walk with its hands palm down, an impossible feat for a gorilla. On the other hand, the monkey's down-turned shoulder sockets prohibit brachiation in the true sense of

1967

35mm slide: 11501

Fauna: Skeletal element(s); Fauna: Species/sex/age determination; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Modern humans; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

Full Record: x-17260/17260

Left lateral views of innominate bones in chimpanzee (left), Australopithecus prometheus (center), and Bushman (right).

35mm slide: 11317

Fauna: Species/sex/age determination; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Modern humans; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s); Text/Graphic/Model: Other

Full Record: x-579/579

Fragments of cranium, in excavation (KNM-ER 1813).

35mm slide: 18423

Feature: Burial/cremation(s); Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Pre-modern humans (general); Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

Full Record: x-16749/16749

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

35mm slide: 20569

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: archaic Homo sapiens; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

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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

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: archaic Homo sapiens; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

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Skuhl V

35mm slide: 10443

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: archaic Homo sapiens; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s); Text/Graphic/Model: Reconstruction

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Homo erectus vs. A. africanus (KNM-ER 3733/1813). Superior view.

35mm slide: 18416

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Homo erectus; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

Full Record: x-16731/16731

A. robustus (left), H. habilis (right): Swartkrans 48 (age ca. 2.2 Ma), Olduvai 24 (age ca. 1.8 Ma) (Original teaching slide code: PM-14)

35mm slide: 20553

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Homo habilis; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

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A. boisei (left), H. habilis (right) Olduvai 5, Olduvai 24 (Original teaching slide code: PM-15)

35mm slide: 20554

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Homo habilis; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

Full Record: x-16733/16733

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

35mm slide: 20555

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Homo habilis; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

Full Record: x-17259/17259

First milk molars of Australopithecus, Paranthropus, and Bushman.

35mm slide: 11316

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Modern humans; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Other; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s); Text/Graphic/Model: Other

Full Record: x-17257/17257

Craniograms of Australopithecus africanus, infant (dashed and dotted line); Australpithecus prometheus, female (solid line); and Paranthropus robustus, male (dotted line).

1951

35mm slide: 11314

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Other; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s); Text/Graphic/Model: Other

Full Record: x-17258/17258

Craniograms of Australopithecus prometheus (solid line); Plesianthropus transvaalensis, male (dashed and dotted line); and Paranthropus robustus, male (dotted line).

1951

35mm slide: 11315

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Other; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s); Text/Graphic/Model: Other

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Australopithecus afarensis (LH 4). Occusal mandible.

35mm slide: 18407

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

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Australopithecus boisei (KNM-ER 406). Fronto-lateral male cranium.

35mm slide: 18408

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

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Australopithecus boisei (Peninj 160). Occlusal mandible.

35mm slide: 18409

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

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Australopithecus africanus (KNM-ER 1813). Lateral cranium.

35mm slide: 18410

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

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Australopithecus africanus (KNM-ER 1813). Facial cranium.

35mm slide: 18411

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

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Africa, Olduvai Gorge; Zinjanthropus boisei

35mm slide: 9061

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

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Footprints of A. afarensis and foot of Australopithecus, age ca. 3.5 Ma. (Original teaching slide code: PM-10)

35mm slide: 20549

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

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Top = A. boisei (OH 5), bottom = A. aethiopicus (WT17000), frontal view; age of WT17000 ca. 2.5 Ma. (Original teaching slide code: PM-11)

35mm slide: 20550

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

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Top = A. boisei (OH 5), bottom = A. aethiopicus (WT17000), side view; age of WT17000 ca. 2.5 Ma. (Original teaching slide code: PM-12)

35mm slide: 20551

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

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Sterkfontein, A. africanus, STS 71, 17, 5, frontal views (all from member 4, age ca. 2.45 Ma) (Original teaching slide code: PM-13)

35mm slide: 20552

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

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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

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

Full Record: x-17262/17262

Zinjanthropus. The teeth and palate of the large-toothed hominid, Australopithecus (Zinjanthropus) boisei, from Bed I, Olduvai Gorge.

1965

35mm slide: 11319

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

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Peninj jaw. Two views of the lower jawbone and teeth of a large-toothed australopithecine from Peninj, next to Lake Natron, some 80 km northeast of Olduvai Gorge. The very small front teeth (incisors and canines) and very large cheek teeth (premolars and molars) characteristic of the robust australopithecine are well shown. This mandible represents a Middle Pleistocene survivor of the African australopithecines, probably a late member of the Olduva

1965

35mm slide: 11320

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

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The australopithecine jaw was just projecting a little from an erosion cliff.

1975

35mm slide: 16108

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

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Excavations have disengaged the mandible and it is now ready for removal.

1975

35mm slide: 16109

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

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The Peninj australopithecine mandible at the moment of discovery by Mr. Kamoya Kimeu.

1975

35mm slide: 16107

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s); Methodology: Archaeology- field

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Fig. 1 - Facial and top views of female skulls of Australopithecus (left) and Paranthropus (right). The former is represented by Sts. 5 from Sterkfontein whil eht Paranthropus illustations are based mainlyl on Sk. 48 from Swartkrans.

35mm slide: 10419

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s); Text/Graphic/Model: Artifact Illustration

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Side view of Australopithecus and Paranthropus.

35mm slide: 10420

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s); Text/Graphic/Model: Artifact Illustration

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Mandibular body contours in A, Australopithecus; B, Paranthropus; C, "Telanthropus"; and D, Homo Sapiens (American white). Both australopithecines have narrow interramal distance anteriorly; "Telanthropus" has the hominine condition in this respect.

35mm slide: 10421

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s); Text/Graphic/Model: Artifact Illustration

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Australopithecus africanus Taungs.

1951

35mm slide: 11311

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s); Text/Graphic/Model: Other

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Australopithecus (Plesianthropus) Transvaalensis, Sterkfontein.

1951

35mm slide: 11312

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s); Text/Graphic/Model: Other

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

1988

35mm slide: 20546

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Australopithecine; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s); Text/Graphic/Model: Reconstruction

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Homo erectus vs. Homo habilis (KNM-ER 3733/1470). Lateral view.

35mm slide: 18417

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Homo erectus; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Homo habilis; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

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Homo erectus (KNM-ER 3733). Left lateral cranium.

35mm slide: 18413

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Homo erectus; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

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Homo erectus (KNM-ER 3733). Right lateral cranium.

35mm slide: 18414

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Homo erectus; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

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Homo erectus (KNM-ER 3733). Fronto-lateral cranium.

35mm slide: 18415

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Homo erectus; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

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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

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Homo erectus; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

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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

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Homo erectus; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

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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

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Homo erectus; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

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Pithecanthropus erectus.

1959

35mm slide: 10423

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Homo erectus; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s); Text/Graphic/Model: Artifact Illustration

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Pithecanthropus pekinensis.

35mm slide: 10424

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Homo erectus; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s); Text/Graphic/Model: Artifact Illustration

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Homo habilis (OH 7). Occlusal mandible.

35mm slide: 18412

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Homo habilis; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

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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

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Homo habilis; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

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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

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Homo habilis; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)

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Homo habilis type specimen. Left lateral view of the dental arcade and body of the mandible of the type specimen of the new Olduvai hominine, Homo habilis. In this juvenile specimen, only the first two molars have erupted. The "enamel line" on each tooth is clearly defined; areas of hypoplastic enamel are well shown on the canine tooth.

1965

35mm slide: 11318

Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Homo habilis; Fossil hominids/ Physical Anthropology: Skeletal element(s)