Neanderthal (2020)

Neanderthal Paul Jordan Neanderthal Neanderthal man has a legendary status His stocky hairy human like figure with heavy brow and receding chin lumbers clumsily around in our collective imagination But do we know who Neanderthal man
  • Title: Neanderthal
  • Author: Paul Jordan
  • ISBN: 9780750919340
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Hardcover
Neanderthal Paul Jordan Neanderthal man has a legendary status His stocky, hairy, human like figure, with heavy brow and receding chin, lumbers clumsily around in our collective imagination But do we know who Neanderthal man really is Was he our direct ancestor, or was he perhaps a alien figure, not in the line of modern human descent at all, genetically very distinct the victim ratherNeanderthal man has a legendary status His stocky, hairy, human like figure, with heavy brow and receding chin, lumbers clumsily around in our collective imagination But do we know who Neanderthal man really is Was he our direct ancestor, or was he perhaps a alien figure, not in the line of modern human descent at all, genetically very distinct the victim rather than the driving force of the spread of humankind across the globe
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  1. Michael Gurling

    A good thought provoking read with an inappropriate title.I found this book to be about the evolutipn of Homo and modern man than providing a lot of information about Neanderthals as I had hoped.Like many such books the authors biases come through loud and clear and he tends to credit modern man with than he deserves.A little dated for 2017 but I appreciated it for the insight it prompted in myself.

  2. Rob Markley

    Now I might be mixing up with other stuff but I think it explored genetic trials than just the Neanderthal and being new stuff was hard to remember and take it all in However that is me and this did a good job in documenting the complexity of pre proto humans

  3. Iset

    I approached this book from something of a middle way perspective, neither a complete novice to the subject nor a world authority I have a pretty good working knowledge of the Neanderthal man due to academic studies, but it hasn t been my focus and I would not at all call myself a specialist on the subject I initially chose to pick up this book after a quick browse through in which it seemed clear, authoritative, and, to my scholarly senses, well constructed and backed up by evidence which is ju [...]

  4. Roaldeuller

    Rather than rehashing the reviews of others I will simply make a few observations regarding this well written overview.1 While ostensibly about Homo neanderthalensis, about half the book is devoted to the succession of pre Neanderthal primate forms, stretching as far back as Australopithecus.2 The volume is well illustrated with black and white photographs and drawings interspersed throughout the text By contrast, the central section of color photos consists of what appear to be vacation snapsho [...]

  5. Marilyn Fraser

    I like science books and learn so much from them I find this book very interesting and the life and times of Neanderthals is very enlightening Some readers may find a good science book too tedious or the technical terms too difficult When I find a new word, I look it up on the computer and add it to my list of words to know.It is amazing what they have been able to discover about the life of Neanderthals.

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