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Index

south 17, 47
Acheulian 51, 68, 163
south-east 17, 47, 49
adaptation
south-east refugium 49
and colonisation 41, 118, 120“123,
south-west 46
159“161
western 48
Modern 8, 87“88, 133“134, 149
Atapuerca 1, 44“45, 52, 61
Neanderthal 51, 82“87, 133
Aterian 68
and evolutionary change 6, 37“38, 40,
Aurignacian 65, 163
69“70, 73, 124, 127“129
tool kit 17
Aepycerotinae 29
Aurochs 102
Africa
Australia 11, 17“18, 40, 47, 78
environmental change 144“145
colonisation 48
Horn of 17, 47, 48, 80
Axis 26
north-west 47“48
southern 16, 47
sub-tropical 15 Balkans 16, 68
tropical 15 populations 68
agriculture barrier 38
conditions for origin 202“203 Saharan 51
independent origins 201“202 bearded pig 23
Alcelaphinae 29, 32 see also pig, Suidae
Alcelaphus 32 behaviour
Alces 26, 27 adaptive 159“161
alces 28 differences between Neanderthals and
gallicus 27 Modern Humans 125“126, 129“132,
latifrons 28 157“161
Alps 162 Modern Human 133“134

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