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Contents List of Figures, Maps, and Tables Foreword by Joseph O. Vogel Preface and Acknowledgments 1. Modern Human Origins: A People without History 2. Historical Perspectives: The Place of Humans in Nature 3. The Palaeoenvironmental Context: The Origin and Dispersal of Modern Humans 4. The Chronological Framework: Dating the Appearance and Spread of Homo sapiens 5. Out of Africa: When and How Many Times? Alternative Models of Modern Human Origins 6. Mitochondrial Eve and the Middle Stone Age: Genetics and Human Variation 7. The Fossil Hominin Evidence 8. The Archaeological Evidence from North Africa 9. The Archaeological Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa I 10. The Archaeological Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa II 11. Conclusions: What Does It Mean to Be a Modern Homo sapiens? References Index About the Author
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Human evolution -- Africa.
Human evolution -- Tanzania.
Paleolithic period -- Africa.
Paleolithic peirod -- Tanzania.
Fossil hominids -- Africa.
Fossil hominids -- Tanzania.
Africa -- Antiquities.
Tanzania -- Antiquities.