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Der Stand unserer Kenntnisse vom fossilen Menschen

Nature volume 85, pages 402403 (26 January 1911) | Download Citation

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WITHIN the last few years there has been a marked recrudescence of interest in the study of the fossil remains of man, and the stream of literature relating to the subject has suddenly become so voluminous that the torrent threatens to overwneim those readers who cannot devote their whole time to its perusal. In these circumstances any attempt to summarise and criticise this recent work is likely to meet with a hearty welcome, even though, as the author of this work frankly admits, it is far from complete.

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