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|Statement||by Franz Weidenreich|
|Series||Palaeontologia sinica -- new series D, no. 1. Whole series no. 101, Chung-kuo ku sheng wu chih -- New ser. D, no. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 180 p. :|
|Number of Pages||180|
|LC Control Number||42000103|
Sinanthropus pekinensis and his significance for the problem of human evolution. FRANZ WEIDENREICH; Pages: ; First Published: March ; First Page; PDF; Request permissions; II. The general and special character of the Sinanthropus dentition. FRANZ WEIDENREICH; Pages: ; First Published: 01 March ; First Page; PDF; Request. Book by Franz Weidenreich (), the German anatomist and physical anthropologist, on the reconstruction of the skull of 'Peking Man' from the early human fossil remains found in by Davidson Black in the caves at Zhoukoudian, China. "Sinanthropus pekinensis" was the original species designation. Series: Palaeontologia Sinica. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. The Skull of Sinanthropus Pekinensis (Paleontologia Sinica) by Franz Weidenreich (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
In , the first specimen (a molar) of a new human ancestor was found in Zhoukoudian, near Beijing, China. Many more fossils were found in the area, and Canadian paleontologist Davidson Black named this new ancestor Sinanthropus pekinensis, "Peking Man" (after the city of Beijing, spelled Peking before the Pinyin romanization system was adopted. Peking Man (Homo erectus pekinensis, formerly known by the junior synonym Sinanthropus pekinensis) is a group of fossil specimens of Homo erectus, dated from roughly , years ago, discovered in –37 during excavations at Zhoukoudian (Chou K'ou-tien) near Beijing (at the time spelled Peking), China.. Between and , 15 partial crania, 11 mandibles, many teeth, some . W.K. Gregory, Origin and Evolution of Human Dentition () Williams and Wilkins Co Baltimore 8. F. Weidenreich, Dentition of Sinanthropus Pekinensis: Comparative Odontography of Hominids Palaeontol. Sinica, No. 1 () 9. L. Bolk, Problems of Human Dentition Am. J. Anat. (January ) Sinanthropus (from Sino-, "China", and anthro-, "man") is an archaic genus in the scientific classification system to which the early hominid fossils of Peking man, Lantian Man, Nanjing Man, and Yuanmou Man were once assigned. All of them have now been reclassified as Homo erectus, and the genus Sinanthropus is disused. Beginning in the year to the year , 14 fragmented skulls.
The teeth of recent man, in crowns as well as in roots, are simplified and reduced in comparison to those of Sinanthropus; this primitiveness is not basic but a secondary acquisition. 3) The teeth (milk and permanent) of Sinanthropus are more variable in size than those of a . Sahelanthropus tchadensis is an extinct species of the Homininae (African apes) dated to about, during the Miocene epoch. The species, and its genus Sahelanthropus, was announced in , based mainly on a partial cranium, nicknamed Toumaï, discovered in northern Chad.. Sahelanthropus tchadensis lived close to the time of the chimpanzee–human divergence, and is likely an ancestor to. 1. Author(s): Weidenreich,Franz, Title(s): The dentition of Sinanthropus pekinensis: a comparative odontography of the hominids. Country of Publication: China Publisher: Peiping, Description: v, p. Language: English MeSH: Anthropology* Notes: Added title page in Chinese: Chung-kuo yüan jên chih ya ch'ih. NLM ID: R. Ancient Origins articles related to Sinanthropus pekinensis in the sections of history, archaeology, human origins, unexplained, artifacts, ancient places and myths and legends. (Page of tag Sinanthropus pekinensis).