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Bass, W. 1984. “Is it possible to consume a body completely within a fire?” In Human Identification, Case Studies in Forensic Anthropology, ed. by T. Rathbun and J. Buikstra, pp. 159-167. Springfield: Charles C. Thomas.

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Binford, L. 1988. “Fact and Fiction about the Zinjanthropus floor: Data, arguments, and interpretations.” In Current Anthropology, vol. 29, no. 1, pp. 123-149.

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Blumenschine, R. 1986. “Carcass consumption sequences and the archaeological distinction of scavenging and hunting.” In Journal of Human Evolution, vol. 15, pp. 639-659.

Blumenschine, R. 1988. “An experimental model of the timing of hominid and carnivore influence on archaeological bone assemblages.” In Journal of Archaeological Science, vo. 15, pp. 483-502.

Blumenschine, R. 1989. “A landscape taphonomic model of the scale of prehistoric scavenging opportunities.” In Journal of Human Evolution, vol. 18, pp. 345-371.

Blumenschine, R. 1995. “Percussion marks, tooth marks, and experimental determinations of the timing of hominid and carnivore access to long bones at FLK Zinjanthropus, Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania.” In Journal of Human Evolution, vol. 29, pp. 21-51.

Blumenschine, R., J. Cavallo, and S. Capaldo. 1994. “Competition for carcasses and early hominid behavioral ecology: A case study and conceptual framework.” In Journal of Human Evolution, vol. 27, pp. 197-213.

Blumenschine, R., and C. Madrigal. 1993. “Variability in long bone marrow yields of East African ungulates and its zooarchaeological implications.” In Journal of Archaeological Science, vol. 20, pp. 555-587.

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Brauer, G. and M. Schultz. 1996. “The morphological affinities of the Plio-Pleistocene mandible from Dmanisi, Georgia.” In Journal of Human Evolution, vol. 30, pp. 445-481.

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Bunn, H. 1994. “Early Pleistocene hominid foraging strategies along the ancestral Omo River at Koobi Fora, Kenya.” In Journal of Human Evolution, vol. 27, pp. 247-266.

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Burns, K.R. 1998. “Forensic anthropology and human rights issues.” In Forensic Osteology: Advances in the Identification of Human Remains, ed. by K.J. Reichs, pp. 63-85. Springfield: Charles C. Thomas Publisher, Ltd.

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Capaldo, S. 1997. “Experimental determinations of carcass processing by Plio-Pleistocene hominids and carnivores at FLK 22 (Zinjanthropus), Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania.” In Journal of Human Evolution, vol. 33., pp. 555-597.

Capaldo, S. 1998. “Methods, marks, and models for inferring hominid and carnivore behavior.” In Journal of Human Evolution, vol. 35, pp. 323-326.

Carbonell, E., M. Mosquera, X.P. Rodriguez, and R. Sala. 1999. “Out of Africa: The dispersal of the earliest technical systems reconsidered.” In Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, vol. 18, pp. 119-136.

Caspari, R., and M.H. Wolpoff. 1996. “Weidenreich, Coon, and multiregional evolution.” In Human Evolution, vol. 11, no. 3-4, pp. 261-268.

Cavallo, J. and R. Blumenschine. 1989. “Tree-stored leopard kills: Expanding the hominid scavenging niche.” In Journal of Human Evolution, vol. 18, pp. 393-399.

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Cockburn, A., R.A. Barraco, W.H. Peck, and T.A. Reyman. 1998. “A classic mummy: PUM II.” In Mummies, Disease, and Ancient Cultures, ed. by A. Cockburn, E. Cockburn, and T.A. Reyman, pp. 69-90. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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Culotta, E. 1993. “Old feuds, new finds mark anthropologists’ meeting.” In Science, vol. 260, pp. 892-893.

Culotta, E. 1999. “A new human ancestor?” In Science, vol. 284, pp. 572-573.

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Deacon, T. 1990. “Fallacies of progression in theories of brain-size evolution.” In International Journal of Primatology, vol. 11, no. 3, pp. 193-236.

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