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Choose from 1,824 pictures in our Hominidae collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Hominid crania Featured Hominidae Print

Hominid crania

L to R: Australopithecus africanus; Homo rudolfensis; H.erectus; H. heildebergensis; H. neanderthalensis and H. sapiens. Arranged in chronological order these specimens (casts) illustration human evolution

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -

Africa, Anatomy, Animal, Animals, Anthropological, Anthropology, Ape, Australopithecine, Australopithecus, Bone, Broken Hill, Cast, Crania, Cranium, Epitheria, Europe, Eutheria, Evolution, Germany, Great Ape, Haplorhini, Hominid, Hominidae, Hominini, Hominoid, Hominoidea, Homo, Kenya, Mammal, Mammalia, Mammals

Homo erectus (Sangiran 17), H. sapiens (?) H. neanderthalens Featured Hominidae Print

Homo erectus (Sangiran 17), H. sapiens (?) H. neanderthalens

L to R, cast of Homo erectus, (Sangiran 17), Sangiran, Java, 700, 000 years old; cast of recent Homo sapiens skull from South East Asia; cast of Neanderthal skull from La Ferrassie, France, 50, 000 years old

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -

Anatomy, Bone, Cast, Compare, Comparison, Dordogne, Europe, Ferrassie 1, Fossil, Fossilised, France, Hominini, Homo, Homo Erectus, Homo Neanderthalensis, Homo Sapiens, Human, Java, La Ferrassie, La Ferrassie 1, Neanderthal, Recent, Sangiran, Sangiran 17, Skull, Three

Piltdown Man article-'The most ancient inhabitant of England Featured Hominidae Print

Piltdown Man article-'The most ancient inhabitant of England

The most ancient inhabitant of England: the newly found Sussex Man. A page from the Illustrated London News by W.P Pycraft, examining the parallels between the Piltdown Man skull and jaw, and those of others. In 1953, the find proved to be a hoax; a combination of the skull of a medieval man, the jaw of an orangutan, and chimpanzee teeth.

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans