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  • 1. By: Jane
    Early Man Appearance
  • 2. Introduction
    When humans first were created they were not like they are today. Humans originally evolved from apes. Apes as you may know are in the monkey family, and walk with a hunched back, and their body is covered in hair. Humans evolved from this eventually creating what we are today. There are many different stages or periods of people that were on this planet a long time ago. These humans had so many different qualities about them, and appearance is a major part of history about them. The six main groups that have been discovered are the Australopithecus afarensis, Homo habilis, Homo Erectus, Homo sapiens Neanderthalensis, Homo sapiens Cro-Magnon, and Homo sapiens sapiens. These groups have amazed us in many different ways, but I personally think that the way they dress, and their appearance is the most interesting to study.
    evolution of man
    Modern Human Skull
    Ape Like Skull
  • 3. Australopithecus afarensis
    • They looked more ape-like than human like
    • 4. They had a tiny brain so they must have had a small head
    • 5. Their teeth are similar to the ones that we have now but had larger back teeth
    • 6. They were not able to make clothes
    • 7. Clothes were not needed because they had lots of hair
    • 8. They were quite slender because they didn’t eat a lot of meat
    • 9. Had apelike face with a low forehead, a bony ridge over the eyes, a flat nose, and no chin
    • 10. Females were smaller that males by a lot
    • 11. Had long and curved toes and fingers
    • 12. Were about 75 lbs
    • 13. Walked on two legs most of the time
    Lucy Model
    Lucy Model
    Apelike Skull
  • 14. Homo habilis
    • They stood upright and not as much hunched over
    • 15. They looked like the first real human
    • 16. They still had long arms that dangled down
    • 17. Their brain was only two thirds as large as ours
    • 18. An average adult was about 1.5 meters tall
    • 19. Started to have smaller back teeth but still bigger that modern humans
    • 20. Brain started to look more like ours
    • 21. Only weighed about 100 lbs.
    • 22. Had quite large molars that are bigger than modern humans
    • 23. Males were much larger than females
    • 24. Looked similar to homo erectus
    • 25. Didn’t really wear clothes
    Homo habilis without clothing
    Homo habilis skull starting to look more human like
  • 26.
    • Had good knowledge of surroundings and could make tools and shelter(Large brain and pretty big head)
    • 27. They carried tools that they used for hunting on their clothes
    • 28. They are about the same size range as a human now
    • 29. Had the ability to make and construct clothes that
    were very basic
    • They were about as tall as us but were much stronger than
    humans today
    • Had a much larger brain than Homo habilis
    • 30. Molars in back started to shape
    • 31. Started to have clear eyebrows not just a hairy forehead
    • 32. Bones were sturdier than Homo habilis
    • 33. Were more efficient when walking
    • 34. Clothes were usually parts of leaves and animal skins
    Homo erectus
    Carried tools around
    Clothes were animal skins
    Basic clothes
  • 35.
    • They walked completely upright almost always
    • 36. They were taller and much stronger that modern humans
    • 37. They were extremely smart and intelligent with big brain(Large head)
    • 38. Carried around tools and weapons while traveling and hunting
    • 39. Brain size is larger than modern humans
    • 40. Had a jaw that was almost exactly the same as today
    • 41. Had a weak chin
    • 42. Had really thick and heavy bones
    • 43. They knew how to dress daily, but the clothes were pretty basic
    Homo sapiens Neanderthalensis
    Homo sapiens Neanderthanlensis skull
    Modern human skull vs. Homo sapiens Neanderthalensis skull
    Wore appropriate clothing for climates
    Homo sapiens NeanderthalensisSkull
    Modern Human Skull
  • 44.
    • The wore various types of jewellery
    • 45. They had a sense of style- different shoes, clothes and jewellery that they sewed or made
    • 46. Learned how to construct garments and beads and could put into clothes and other cultural inventions
    • 47. Stood straight up and looked like modern humans
    • 48. Round head that stuck up
    • 49. Had a projecting chin
    • 50. Eyebrows were clear with not much hair on
    the forehead
    Homo sapiens Cro-Magnon
    Homo sapiens Cro-Magnon Skull
    Skeleton of a homo sapiens Cro-Magnon
    Skull is large and rounded at the back
  • 51.
    • Could make more advanced clothing
    • 52. Stood completely upright with long legs
    • 53. The forehead rises sharply
    • 54. Eyebrow ridges are very small
    • 55. The chin is prominent and sticks out
    • 56. The skeleton is very massive
    • 57. Used beads in clothing and had a sense of fashion
    • 58. Teeth-Front teeth are for meat and tearing and back teeth
    are for grinding and chewing herbs
    • Muscles are large and strong
    • 59. Appearance varied depending on person
    • 60. DNA is only part ape but mostly human
    Homo sapiens sapiens
    Modern Human Skull
    Modern Human Skeleton
    Homo sapiens sapiens clothing
  • 61. Closing
    Byebye!
    Hominids as you can see are one of the most interesting topics! If you enjoy learning about the past and how we became who we are today then I suggest that you learn more about them. The early man was a fun and interesting topic to study because now I have a clear understanding of why I look this way, and how we evolved from apes. If you think about it, it is just truly amazing to realize that over a massive period of time we became more developed, and we learned more things. Just think what it will be like in a hundred years when they start digging us up to find out more of the history of humans! Anyways as you can see the six main hominid groups (Australopithecus afarensis, Homo habilis, Homo Erectus, Homo sapiens Neanderthalensis, Homo sapiens Cro-Magnon, and Homo sapiens sapiens) have wonderful features about their appearance, and clothing. Overall these wonderful groups of hominids are extrodinary to study!
    Hominid Model
    Hominids from all around the world
  • 62. Clipart
    Australopithecus afarensis @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/26796550@N00/3384517818
    Homo sapiens Neanderthalensis comparison @ http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sapiens_neanderthal_comparison.jpg
    Lucy @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/carlos_lorenzo/2164321316/
    Lucy @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/42311564@N00/3573294008/
    Evolution of Man @ http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/6ePWwidMRIJZBPXGW042SQ
    Human skull @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/perpetualplum/3935842631/
    Ape Like Skull @ http://www.wasdarwinright.com/earlyman.htm
    Homo habilis @ http://www.teachersnetwork.org/powertolearn/web/Prehistory%20Web%20Quest/homo_habilis.htm
    Hominid model @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/65819965@N00/460940880
    Bibliography for Pictures
  • 63. Homo habilis skull @ http://www.ideacenter.org/contentmgr/showdetails.php/id/1146
    Homo erectus and clothing @ http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Rhodesian_Men.jpg
    Homo sapiens Neanderthalensis @ http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Homo_sapiens_neanderthalensis.jpg
    Homo sapiens Cro-magnon @ http://www.elephant.se/cro-magnon.php?open=Man%20and%20elephants
    Homo sapiens Cro-Magnon skeleton @ http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Monaco.Mus%C3%A9e_d'Anthropologie002.jpg
    Modern Human Skull @ http://www.savalli.us/LSC294/Labs/15.HumanEvol.html
    Modern Human Skeleton @ http://www.fotopedia.com/items/flickr-2559398597
    T-shirt @ http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/gCD3nR0CV-BnKkdyVuysqQ
    Pants @ http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/7jWnVp2ZaRixRJSivsY4Yw
    Bibliography for Pictures Cont.
  • 64. http://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Australopithecus
    http://www.talkorigins.org/faqs/homs/species.html#afarensis
    http://www.columbia.edu/itc/anthropology/v1007/2002projects/web/australopithecus/austro.html
    http://0-www.worldbookonline.com.catalogue.westvanlibrary.ca/student/article?id=ar260855&st=homo+habilis
    http://0-www.worldbookonline.com.catalogue.westvanlibrary.ca/student/article?id=ar038560&st=australopithecus+afarensis
    http://www.wasdarwinright.com/earlyman.htm
    http://www.elephant.se/cro-magnon.php?open=Man%20and%20elephants
    http://earlyhumans.mrdonn.org/cromagnon.html
    Textbook-Ancient World
    Textbook-Other Places, Other Times
    Bibliography for Information

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