Homo antecessor

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?Homo antecessor
Hoà-chio̍h hoān-ûi
Chá-kî Keng-sin-sè, 1.2–0.8 Ma
Seng-bu̍t-ha̍k hun-lūi
Kài: Animalia
Mn̂g: Chordata
Kong: Mammalia
Bo̍k: Primates
Kho: Hominidae
A-kho: Homininae
Cho̍k: Hominini
Sio̍k: Homo
Chéng: H. antecessor
Ha̍k-miâ
Homo antecessor
Bermúdez de Castro et al., 1997

Homo antecessor sī chi̍t khoán í-keng bia̍t-choa̍t ê jîn-lūi bu̍t-chéng, chûn-chāi tī 1.2 pah-bān kàu 80 bān nî chêng. Pún chéng ê hoat-kiàn-chiá sī Eudald Carbonell, Juan Luis Arsuaga kap J. M. Bermúdez de Castro, hoat-piáu tī 1997 nî.[1]

Nā khó-lū chhut-hiān ê sî-kan, H. antecessor kap Out of Africa I hē-lia̍t bu̍t-chéng ū koan-hē, ia̍h chiū sī thâu phoe ji̍p Eurasia ê lâng-khoán (hominin) chéng-lūi.[2]

Chham-chiàu[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

  1. Bermudez de Castro; Arsuaga; Carbonell; Rosas; Martinez; Mosquera (1997). "A hominid from the Lower Pleistocene of Atapuerca, Spain: possible ancestor to neandertals and modern humans". Science. 276: 1392–1395. doi:10.1126/science.276.5317.1392. PMID 9162001. 
  2. "Homo antecessor: Common Ancestor of Humans and Neanderthals?". Smithsonian. November 26, 2011. December 9, 2015 khòaⁿ--ê.