- Early man
- Fossil hominins
- Hominids, Fossil
- Hominins, Fossil
- Human fossils
- Human remains (Archaeology)
- Primates, Fossil
Earlier Established Forms
- found: Day, M.H. Guide to fossil man, 1986 (main section of this guide is Part II entitled Fossil hominids)
- found: Encyc. human evol. and prehistory, 1988: p. 212, under Fossils (fossil hominids, human fossils)
- found: Jurmain, R. Understanding physical anthro. and archaeo., 1984: (p. 269)
- found: Phenice, T.W. Hominid fossil, c1972.
- found: Tarver, Richard David. A diachronic analysis of Plio-Pleistocene hominin contemporaneity in Africa and Europe, 2015 [thesis]: page x (Recent technological innovations have made possible the detection, both archaeologically and genomically, of multiple contemporaneous hominin species.)
- found: Wikipedia, Dec. 8, 2015: (Several revisions in classifying the great apes have caused the use of the term "hominid" to vary over time. Its original meaning referred only to humans (Homo) and their closest relatives. That restrictive meaning has now been largely assumed by the term "hominin", which comprises all members of the human clade after the split from the chimpanzees (Pan). ... A hominin is a member of the subtribe Hominina of the tribe Hominini: that is, modern humans and their closest relatives after their split from chimpanzees.)
- 2001-06-12: new
- 2016-03-04: revised
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