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Professor Dart has been so strongly "impressed by the manlike features of this fossil chimpanzees. is that, ^notwithstanding his giving jet the name "Australopithecus," he regards it as related to the apc'estral stock of man rather than to the great apes. Had the skull been that of an adult instead of a child, the manlike features would doubtless have been far less obtrusive, as the jaws would have projected quite as much as or more than they do in chimpanzees to accommodate the enlarged permanent teeth.

The rest of the chapter will be devoted to an account of the physical features of the earlier and more primitive types within the human family, those which lived before the Holocene or Recent epoch. Some ancient writers, notably Lucretius, realized that civilization original condition of man, but something which he had was not the gradually acquired, wbrking up from savagery, and in the seventeenth HUMAM ORIGINS AND EARLY MAN 45 and eighteenth centuries rough stone weapons found in various places in Europe were recognized by French and English writers as the work of "ancient barbarians/' but there was no suspicion of the extent of their antiquity.

The model thus completed gives an endocranial capacity of about 940 cubic centimeters, which must conform pretty closely to the actual dimensions. This equals the minimal capacity of normal human skulls of today (occasional female Veddas and Australians). The endocranial form and size are important as the external configuration of the skull in their bearing on the status of Pithecanthropus in relation to apes and man. The largest endocranial measurement of the gorilla thus far recorded fully as HUMAN is ORIGINS AND EARLY MAN 655 cubic centimeters; thus Pithecanthropus exceeds and per cent, brain case.

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