Direct U-series dating of the Apidima C human remains (Chapter 2)

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The site of Apidima, in southern Greece, is one of the most important Paleolithic sites in Greece and southeast Europe. One of the caves belonging to this cave complex, Cave A, has yielded human fossil crania Apidima 1 and 2, showing the presence of an early Homo sapiens population followed by a Neanderthal one in the Middle Pleistocene.

Crown outline analysis of the hominin upper third molar from the Megalopolis Basin, Peloponnese, Greece (Chapter 1)

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The left upper third molar from the Megalopolis Basin is enigmatic due to its problematic preservation and context. The Megalopolis molar is the only possible human fossil known to date from the Megalopolis Basin.