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AMHAccreditation Manual for Hospitals
AMHAbout Minority Health (US CDC)
AMHAustralian Meat Holdings
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AMHAsset Managers Holdings (Japan)
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AMHAsk Me How
AMHA Martiniquan's Head (pirate flag)
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AMHAnti Microbial Handwash
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AMHAutonomie Médical Habitat (French medical disability supply company)
AMHAteliers Mécanique d'Hauterive (French engineering company)
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Higham et al., "The Earliest Evidence for Anatomically Modern Humans in Northwestern Europe," Nature 479, no.
Existing in the European fossil record from approximately 400,000 to 30,000 years ago, Neandertals are likely to have come into contact with anatomically modern humans for the last 50,000 years of their existence.
Es cierto que segun Mellars (1989: 361) en Europa la aparicion del simbolismo se asocia con el paso del Paleolitico Medio al Superior, pero eso no supone que el simbolismo fuera una invencion europea, sino que "would appear to indicate a rapid expansion coinciding fairly closely with the first appearance of anatomically modern humans throughout western Eurasia" (Mellars, 1989: 363).
et al.[2007], The 'Human Revolution' in Lowland Tropical Southeast Asia: The Antiquity and Behavior of Anatomically Modern Humans at Niah Cave.
Turney, 2007, The 'human revolution' in lowland tropical Southeast Asia: the antiquity and behavior of anatomically modern humans at Niah Cave (Sarawak, Borneo).
But cave paintings were one of the last bastions that appeared to differentiate anatomically modern humans from Neanderthals, who died out some 35,000 years ago.
It is a theory known in the scientific literature as"admixture between archaic and anatomically modern humans." Piece by piece " a finger bone here, a toe there " the nearby Denisova cave has been yielding clues central to this scientific narrative.
In an extensive review of recent Neanderthal research, University of Colorado Boulder researcher Paola Villa and co-author Wil Roebroeks, an archaeologist at Leiden University in the Netherlands, make the case that the available evidence does not support the opinion that Neanderthals were less advanced than anatomically modern humans.
Anatomically modern humans have only been around for the last 200,000 years - so you can see it takes a really long time for intelligent life to develop.
(http://rspb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/280/1758/20130168.full) "New insights into differences in brain organization between Neanderthals and anatomically modern humans." Proceedings of the Royal Society B published online 13 March 2013.