Homo cepranensis

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Homo cepranensis est le nom d'une espèce d'hominidé bipède aujourd'hui disparue, découverte à Ceprano en Italie, d'où son nom spécifique.

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  • Ascenzi A., Segre A.G. (2000), The fossil calvaria of Homo erectus from Ceprano (Central Italy): a new reconstruction, in Aloisi M., Battaglia B., Carafoli E., Danieli G.A. (editors). The Origin of Humankind, IVSLA-IOS, Venezia-Amsterdam, pp. 25-33.
  • Ascenzi A., Biddittu I., Cassoli P.F., Segre A.G., Segre Naldini E. (1996), A calvarium of late Homo erectus from Ceprano, Italy, «Journal of Human Evolution» 31, pp. 409-423.
  • Ascenzi A., Mallegni F., Manzi G., Segre A.G., Segre Naldini E. (2000), A re-appraisal of Ceprano calvaria affinities with Homo erectus, after the new reconstruction, «Journal of Human Evolution» 39, pp. 443-450.
  • Bruner E., Manzi G. (2005), CT-based description and phyletic evaluation of the archaic human calvarium from Ceprano, Italy, «Anat. Rec.» 285A, pp. 643-658.
  • Bruner E., Manzi G. (2007), Landmark-based shape analysis of the Ceprano calvarium (late Early Pleistocene, Italy), «American Journal of Physical Anthropology» 132, pp. 355-366.
  • Clarke R.J. (2000), A corrected reconstruction and interpretation of the Homo erectus skull from Ceprano, Italy, «Journal of Human Evolution» 39, pp. 433-442.
  • Mallegni F., Carnieri C., Bisconti M., Tartarelli G., Ricci S., Biddittu I., Segre A. (2003), Homo cepranensis sp. nov. and the evolution of African-European Middle Pleistocene hominids, «Comptes Rendus Palevol» 2, pp. 153-154.
  • Manzi G. (2004a), Human evolution at the Matuyama-Brunhes boundary, «Evolutionary Anthropology» 13, pp. 11–24.
  • Manzi G. (2004b), Argil, antenato d’Europa, «Le Scienze» 428/4, pp. 46-53.
  • Manzi G., Mallegni F., Ascenzi A. (2001), A cranium for the earliest Europeans: phylogenetic position of the hominid from Ceprano, Italy, «Proceeding National Academy of Sciences USA» 98, pp. 10011-10016.
  • Manzi G., Bruner E., Passarello P. (2003), The one-million-year-old Homo cranium from Bouri (Ethiopia): a reconsideration of its H. erectus affinities, «Journal of Human Evolution» 44, pp. 731-736.

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