Definition of Homo heidelbergensis
1. Noun. A type of primitive man who lived in Europe.
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Literary usage of Homo heidelbergensis
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1. The Britannica Year Book by Hugh Chisholm (1913)
"The title of Homo heidelbergensis, conferred on the skeleton by its ... We come now to the problem of the relation of Homo heidelbergensis (Mauer) to ..."
2. The Origin and Evolution of the Human Dentition by William King Gregory (1922)
"The phyletic relationship of Homo heidelbergensis is discussed in my "Studies ... The dentition of Homo heidelbergensis differs from that of H. sapiens only ..."
3. The Racial Anatomy of the Philippine Islanders: Introducing New Methods of by Robert Bennett Bean (1910)
"This man has been called Homo heidelbergensis, and the jaw is peculiar in that it unites ... Homo heidelbergensis belongs to the earliest paleolithic age, ..."
4. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences by New York Academy of Sciences (1916)
"Homo heidelbergensis. ... The fauna associated with Homo heidelbergensis is of an ancient char- ..."
5. Christian Belief in God: A German Criticism of German Materialistic Philosophy by George Wobbermin (1918)
"... see in this "homo Heidelbergensis" the universal root form from which, on the one hand, man, and on the other hand, the man-like apes, have developed. ..."
6. Organic Evolution by Richard Swann Lull (1917)
"Jaws, left outer aspect, of chimpanzee, Pan sp.; fossil chimpanzee, Pan vetus; Heidelberg man, Homo heidelbergensis; and modern man, H. sapiens 678 249. ..."