Záhadný pravěký Samuel: Homo erectus paleohungaricus v kontextu antropogeneze

Václav Soukup, Zdenka Mechurová

Abstrakt

Předmětem studie je analýza kosterních pozůstatků pravěkého hominina, které byly nalezeny před padesáti lety na území dnešního Maďarska a klasifikované jako Homo erectus paleohungaricus. Cílem studie je zasadit objev tohoto hominina do kontextu současných názorů na vývoj archaického Homo sapiens a reinterpretovat jeho evoluční status v souladu s novými poznatky paleoantropologie. Zvláštní pozornost je proto věnována hypotéze, podle níž Homo erectus paleohungaricus představuje lokální variantu druhu Homo heidelbergensis.

Bibliografická citace

Soukup, Václav – Mechurová, Zdenka (2018): Mysterious Prehistoric Samuel: Homo erectus paleohungaricus in the Context of Anthropogenesis. Anthropologia integra, 9(2), 7–19. https://doi.org/10.5817/AI2018-2-7

Klíčová slova

Kulturní evoluce; Homo heidelbergensis; Homo erectus; Vértesszőlős; László Vértes

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