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Human Evolution Survey
Mainly based on the 1984 "Ancestors" exhibition at the American Museum of Natural History, individual and comparative views of the most important and widely known fossils from Africa, Europe and Asia are included, as are distribution maps and some artifacts.
By Eric Delson.
81 images -- $65
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Advanced Human Paleontology
This set is designed to complement and expand "Human Evolution Survey." It includes additional views and comparisons of those specimens plus less widely known and/or available specimens.
By Eric Delson.
66 images -- $57

The Shanidar Neandertals The Neandertals appeared across Europe and in the Near East around 100,000 years ago and were replaced by modern humans 30,000-40,000 years ago. The remains of nine skeletons excavated by Ralph Solecki in Iraq provide insights into their anatomy and behavior. Views of Shanidar 1 and 3 are included.
By Erik Trinkaus.

20 images -- $30

The Palaeolithic of Mount Carmel
The many sites near Haifa on the Mediterranean coast span some 250,000 years of human history. During this period, two distinct types of humans -- Neandertal and modern man -- lived contemporaneously in caves and open air sites. This set shows their environment and their changing lithic industries.
By Avraham Ronen.
71 images -- $58
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Human Ancestors Statues
On the basis of fossil evidence, statues of a female A. afarensis, a male H. habilis, and a male Neandertal were made for a museum exhibit on human origins to represent important stages in hominid evolution. This set includes detailed photos of the statues, as well as the rationale and techniques of creating them.
By Erik Trinkaus and Michael Anderson.
28 images -- $34
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Using Stone Tools of the Palaeolithic
This slide set illustrates the probable use of the replicated stone tools. Common in the Palaeolithic period, these tools are shown in actual woodworking, butchering, hide preparation, and plant utilization.
By Frank F. Schambach.
43 images-- $39
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