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1402 Arif, J. 2004. The Presbytis specimen from Gua Lowo, Sampung, East Java, Indonesia. PALEOINFO 9(1) 31jan04

1403 Arif, J. 2008. Essay paleo-tsunami

1404 Purnamaningsih, S. 1984. Stratigrafi dan kandungan flora diatom endapan danau Bandung. Kumpulan Makalah PIT XIII Ikatan Ahli Geologi Indonesia, Bandung, 19-21 Desember 1984

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1406 Saptono, N. 2006. Peranan gunung bagi masyarakat pada masa klasik akhir dikawasan Sumedang. In:Arkeologi dari lapangan ke permasalahan (Edi Sedyawati, Ed). Ikatan Ahli Arkeologi Indonesia

1407 Suprayitno. 2011. Evidence of the Beginning of Islam in Sumatera: Study on the Acehnese Tombstone. TAWARIKH: International Journal for Historical Studies 2(2):125-146

1408 Bintarti, Dyah, Dede. 19xx. Prehistoric bronze objects in Indonesia.

1414 Lovejoy, C.O. 1970. The taxonomic status of the Meganthropus’ mandibular fragments from the Djetis beds of Java. Man 5(2):228-236.

1415 . Arif, J., and de Vos, J. 2011. Paleohabitat reconstruction by using the morphology of femoral bovid: preliminary study of Pleistocene bovid assemblages from Java, Indonesia. International Seminar HK (Humboldt Kolleg) in conjuction with ICONS (International Conference on Natural Sciences) 2011 on July 9-11, 2011 at Malang, East Java, Indonesia.

1417 Arif, J. 2007. Observation and description of von Koenigswald’s collection: an isolated Homo erectus tooth, housed at the Senckenberg Museum, Frankfurt, Germany.

1418 Arif, J. 2006. The examination of human history in Southeast Asia by using of some human’s fossils.

1419 Kurup, G.U. 1966. A comparative study on the cranial characters of Presbytis and Macaca based on Indian species (Primates: Cercopithecidae). Mammalia 30(1):64-81

1422 Ungar, P.S., and Grine, F.E. 1991. Incisor size and wear in Australopithecus africanus and Paranthropus robustus. Journal of Human Evolution 20:313-340.

1425 Blumenberg, B., and Lloyd, A.T. 1983. Australopithecus and the origin of the genus Homo: aspect of biometry and systematic with accompanying catalog of tooth metric data. BioSystems 16:127-167.

1429 Tocheri, M.W., Orr, C.M., Jacofsky, M.C., and Marzke, M.W. 2008. The evolutionary history of the hominin hand since the last common ancestor of Pan and Homo. J. Anat. 212:544-562

1430 = 408 Kono, R.T. 2004.Molar enamel thickness and distribution patterns in extant great apes and humans: new insights based on a 3-dimensional whole crown perspective. Anthropological Science 112:121-146.

1431 Patnaik, R., and Nanda, A.C. 2010. Early Pleistocene mammalian faunas of India and evidence of connections with other parts of the world. In: John G.Fleagle, John J.Shea, Frederick E.Grine, Andrea L.Baden and Richard E.Leakey [Eds], Out of Africa I: the first hominin colonization of Eurasia. Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London, New York: Springer, pp.129-143

1432 Leakey, M., and Werdelin, L. 2010. Early Pleistocene mammals of Africa: background to dispersal. In: John G.Fleagle, John J.Shea, Frederick E.Grine, Andrea L.Baden and Richard E.Leakey [Eds], Out of Africa I: the first hominin colonization of Eurasia. Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London, New York: Springer, pp.1-11

1433Lewis, M.E., and Werdelin, L. 2010. Carnivoran dispersal out of Africa during the Early Pleistocene: relevance for hominins. In: John G.Fleagle, John J.Shea, Frederick E.Grine, Andrea L.Baden and Richard E.Leakey [Eds], Out of Africa I: the first hominin colonization of Eurasia. Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London, New York: Springer, pp.13-26

1434 Zaim, Y. 2010. Geological evidence for the earliest appearance of hominin in Indonesia. In: John G.Fleagle, John J.Shea, Frederick E.Grine, Andrea L.Baden and Richard E.Leakey [Eds], Out of Africa I: the first hominin colonization of Eurasia. Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London, New York: Springer, pp.97-110

1435 Chauhan, P.R. 2010. The Indian subcontinent and out of Africa 1. In: John G.Fleagle, John J.Shea, Frederick E.Grine, Andrea L.Baden and Richard E.Leakey [Eds], Out of Africa I: the first hominin colonization of Eurasia. Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London, New York: Springer, pp.145-164

1436 Petraglia, M.D. 2010. The early Paleolithic of the Indian subcontinent: hominin colonization, dispersals and occupation history. In: John G.Fleagle, John J.Shea, Frederick E.Grine, Andrea L.Baden and Richard E.Leakey [Eds], Out of Africa I: the first hominin colonization of Eurasia. Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London, New York: Springer, pp.165-179

1437 Potts, R., and Teague, R. 2010. Behavioral and environmental background to out of Africa 1 and the arrival of Homo erectus in East Asia. In: John G.Fleagle, John J.Shea, Frederick E.Grine, Andrea L.Baden and Richard E.Leakey [Eds], Out of Africa I: the first hominin colonization of Eurasia. Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London, New York: Springer, pp.67-85

1438 Turner II, C.G. 1992. Microevolution of East Asian and European populations: a dental prespective. In (T. Akazawa, K. Aoki & T. Kimura, Eds) The Evolution and Dispersal of Modern Humans in Asia, pp. 415-439. Tokyo: Hokusen-Sha.

1439 Bräuer, G. 1992. The origin of modern Asians: by regional evolution or by replacement? In (T. Akazawa, K. Aoki & T. Kimura, Eds) The Evolution and Dispersal of Modern Humans in Asia, pp. 401-415. Tokyo: Hokusen-Sha.

1440 Baba, H., and Aziz, F. 1992. Human tibial fragment from Sambungmacan, Java. In (T. Akazawa, K. Aoki & T. Kimura, Eds) The Evolution and Dispersal of Modern Humans in Asia, pp. 349-363. Tokyo: Hokusen-Sha.

1441 Xinzhi, W. 1992. The origin and dispersal of anatomically modern humans in East and Southeast Asia. In (T. Akazawa, K. Aoki & T. Kimura, Eds) The Evolution and Dispersal of Modern Humans in Asia, pp. 373-378. Tokyo: Hokusen-Sha.

1442 Mulyaningsih, S. 2006. Geologi lingkungan di daerah lereng selatan gunungapi Merapi, Yogyakarta pada waktu sejarah (historical time). Abstrak tesis S3, ITB.

1443 Lovejoy, C. O. 1985. Dental wear in the Libben population: its functional pattern and role in the determination of adult skeletal age at death. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 68: 47-56.

1444 Lovejoy, C.O., and Meindl, R.S. 1985. Ectocranial suture closure: a revised method for the determination of skeletal age at death based on the lateral-anterior sutures. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 68:57-66

1445 Meindl, R.S., Lovejoy, C.O., Mensforth, R.P., and Walker, R.A. 1985. A revised method of age determination using the os pubis with a review and test of accuracy of other current methods of pubic symphyseal aging. American Journaol of Physical Anthropology 68:29-45

1446 Lovejoy, C.O., Meindl, R.S., Pryzbeck, T,R., and Mensforth, R.P. 1985. Chronological metamorphosis of the auricular surface of the ilium: a new method for the determination of adult skeletal age at death. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 68:15-28

1447=403 Pechenkina, E.A., Benfer, R.A., and Zhijun, W., 2002. Diet and health changes at the end of the Chinese Neolithic: the Yangshao/Longshan transition in Shaanxi province. Am. J. Phys. Anthrop. 117, 15–36.

1448 Stern, D., and Skobe, Z. 1985. Individual variation in enamel structure of human mandibular first premolar. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 68: 201-213

1449 Shea, B.T. 1985. On aspect of skull form in African apes and orangutans, with implications for hominoid evolution. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 68:329-342

1450 Goodman, A.H., and Armelagos, G.J.. 1985. Factors affecting the distribution of enamel hypoplasias within the human permanent dentition. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 68:479-493

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1452 Dennell, R. 2010. Out of Africa I: current problems and future prospects. In: John G.Fleagle, John J.Shea, Frederick E.Grine, Andrea L.Baden and Richard E.Leakey [Eds], Out of Africa I: the first hominin colonization of Eurasia. Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London, New York: Springer, pp.247-273

1453 Lahr, M.M. 2010. Saharan corridors and their role in the evolutionary geography of ‘Out of Africa I’. In: John G.Fleagle, John J.Shea, Frederick E.Grine, Andrea L.Baden and Richard E.Leakey [Eds], Out of Africa I: the first hominin colonization of Eurasia. Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London, New York: Springer, pp.27-46

1454 Martínez-Navarro, B. 2010. Early Pleistocene faunas of Eurasia and hominin dispersals. In: John G.Fleagle, John J.Shea, Frederick E.Grine, Andrea L.Baden and Richard E.Leakey [Eds], Out of Africa I: the first hominin colonization of Eurasia. Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London, New York: Springer, pp.207-224

1455 Rightmire, G.P., and Lordkipanidze, D. 2010. Fossil skulls from Dmanisi: a paleodeme representing earliest homo in Eurasia. In: John G.Fleagle, John J.Shea, Frederick E.Grine, Andrea L.Baden and Richard E.Leakey [Eds], Out of Africa I: the first hominin colonization of Eurasia. Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London, New York: Springer, pp.225-243

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1459 Jungers, W.L., Harcourt-Smith, W.E.H., Wunderlich, R.E., Tocheri, M.W., Larson, S.G., Sutikna, T., Due, R.A., and Morwood, M.J. 2009. The foot of Homo floresiensis. Nature 459:81-84

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1483 Coursey, D.G. 1972. The civilizations of the yam: interrelationships of man and yams in Africa and the Indo-Pacific region. Archaeology & Physical Anthropology in Oceania 7(3):215-233

1484 Larnach, S.L., and Macintosh, N.W.G. 1967. The use in forensic medicine of an anthropological method for the determination of sex and race in skeletons. Archaeology & Physical Anthropology in Oceania 2(2):156-161

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