Credits for Illustrations

Black and White Photographs and Line Drawings:

Page v: Courtesy of the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Page 2: (top, middle) Modified after the original sketches made by George Barbour about 1929 (from Andersson, 1943, figures 4 and 5); (bottom) Modified after figure 2 in Goldberg et al. (2001), courtesy of Paul Goldberg. Digital images created and modified by Michael Zimmerman.

Page 5: Courtesy of Zhoukoudian Museum, Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Page 11: Photograph by John Reader, from his book Missing Links (Reader, 1981, p. 106). Courtesy of John Reader. Digital image created and modified by Michael Zimmerman.

Page 15: Courtesy of Éditions du Seuil, Paris. Digital image created and modified by Michael Zimmerman.

Page 20: Digital image created and modified by Michael Zimmerman.

Page 23: Courtesy of the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Page 28: Courtesy of the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Page 30: Courtesy of Zhoukoudian Museum, Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Page 31: (top) Image no. 338922, courtesy of the American Museum of Natural History Library, New York; (bottom) Digital photograph by Michael Zimmerman of an American Museum of Natural History cast.

Page 34: Image no. 335797, courtesy of the American Museum of Natural History Library, New York.

Page 37: Courtesy of Éditions du Seuil, Paris. Digital image created and modified by Michael Zimmerman.

Page 41: Courtesy of Éditions du Seuil, Paris. Digital image created and modified by Michael Zimmerman.

Page 44: Courtesy of the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Page 52: Image no. 335658, courtesy of the American Museum of Natural History Library, New York.

Page 56: From figure 11-4 in Introduction to Physical Anthropology (with InfoTrac) 9th edition by Jurmain / Kilgore / Trevathan / Nelson © 2003. Reprinted with permission of Wadsworth, a division of Thomson Learning: www.thomsonrights.com. fax: 800 7302215. Digital image modified by Michael Zimmerman.

Page 64: Photograph courtesy of David Gantt taken of the original specimens housed at Senckenberg Museum, Frankfurt, Germany.

Page 66: Redrawn from page 201 in Race and Human Evolution (1997) by Milford Wolpoff and Rachel Caspari. Courtesy of Milford Wolpoff. Digital image created and modified by Michael Zimmerman.

Page 69: Image courtesy of Ian Tattersall and Ken Mowbray, American Museum of Natural History. Drawing by Don McGranaghan.

Page 75: Reproduced from plate 6 in Elliot Smith (1932) Smithsonian Report for 1931. Courtesy of the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

Page 78: From figure 10-18 in Biological Anthropology: A Synthetic Approach to Human Evolution 2th edition by Boaz / Almquist © 2002. Reprinted with permission of Prentice Hall, a division of Pearson Education: http://www.prenhall.com. Digital image modified by Michael Zimmerman.

Page 79: Modified after figure on page 45 in Baba (1996) Reviving Pithecanthropus. Courtesy of M. Baba. Digital image and labeling by Michael Zimmerman.

Page 82: Reproduced from plate 8 in Elliot Smith (1932) Smithsonian Report for 1931. Courtesy of the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

Page 87: (top) Photograph by Noel Boaz; (middle, bottom) Photographs by Russell Ciochon.

Page 91: Courtesy of the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Page 92: Courtesy of the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Page 93: (top) Image no. 335795, courtesy of the American Museum of Natural History Library, New York; (bottom) Digital image by Nathan Totten.

Page 94: Digital image created by Nathan Totten, refined under the direction of Noel Boaz and Russell Ciochon.

Page 96: (top) Courtesy of Zhoukoudian Museum, Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Page 96: (bottom) Reproduced from figure 27 in Teilhard de Chardin (1941) Early Man in China. Courtesy of the Institut de Géo-Biologie, Pékin.

Page 99: Courtesy of Éditions du Seuil, Paris. Digital image by Michael Zimmerman.

Page 110: (top) Redrawn from figure 23 in Teilhard de Chardin (1941) Early Man in China. Courtesy of the Institut de Géo-Biologie, Pékin; (bottom) Courtesy of the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Page 111: Redrawn from map on page 120 in Jia and Huang (1990) The Story of Peking Man, from Archaeology to Mystery. Digital image scanned and modified by Michael Zimmerman and Nathan Totten.

Page 113: Redrawn from figure 20 in Teilhard de Chardin (1941) Early Man in China. Courtesy of the Institut de Géo-Biologie, Pékin. Digital image scanned and modified by Michael Zimmerman.

Page 117: Redrawn from and modified after figure 2.10 in Klein (2000) The Human Career. Digital image by Erin Schembari.

Page 118: Adapted and redrawn from figure 4 in Zhou et al. (2000) Journal of Archaeological Science, volume 27. Digital image by Michael Zimmerman.

Page 121: Photograph provided by Alan Walker of Pennsylvania State University and reproduced with the permission of the National Musuems of Kenya.

Page 126: Redrawn from figure 6.7 in Washburn and Moore (1974) Ape into Man. Digital image by Michael Zimmerman.

Page 131: (top, bottom) Courtesy of Steve Weiner, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovat, Israel. Digital image modified by Nathan Totten.

Page 133: Photograph by Russell Ciochon. Digital image by Erin Schembari.

Page 134: (top, middle) Photographs by Russell Ciochon; (bottom) Photograph by Noel Boaz. Digital image by Michael Zimmerman.

Page 136: (top, bottom) Courtesy of Kathy Schick and Nicholas Toth, CRAFT Research Center, Indiana University.

Page 137: (top, bottom): Photographs by Russell Ciochon and Noel Boaz. Digital images and labeling by Michael Zimmerman.

Page 139: Photograph by Noel Boaz and Chris Davett.

Page 140: Courtesy of Éditions du Seuil, Paris. Digital image by Autumn Noble.

Page 145: Courtesy of David Brill, photograph © 1994 David L. Brill.

Page 146: (left) Photograph courtesy of David Lordkipanidze; (right) Photograph courtesy of F. Clark Howell. Digital image by Michael Zimmernan.

Page 150: Redrawn from figure 2 in Sewell Wright (1940). Digital image by Michael Zimmerman.

Page 154: (right, left) Maps are redrawn from figures 1 and 2 in Djubiantono and Semah (1993) in Pithecanthrope de Java (Les Dossiers D'Archaeologie, no. 184). Digital images by Will Thomson, Armadillo Arts, Iowa City, Iowa.

Page 158: Adapted from figure 3 in Heslop et al. (2002) Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology volume 185. Courtesy of D. Heslop.

Page 163: Redrawn from figure 3 in Larick and Ciochon (1996) American Scientist volume 84. Digital image by Will Thomson, Armadillo Arts, Iowa City, Iowa.

Page 165: Redrawn from figure 2 in Rightmire (1998) Evolutionary Anthropology volume 6. Thumbnail photographs are digital images from casts or scanned images from field photos taken by Russell Ciochon. Digital layout by Michael Zimmerman.

Page 177: (top) Courtesy of the Institute ofVertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Chinese Academy of Sciences; (bottom) Digital photograph by Michael Zimmerman of an American Museum of Natural History cast.

Color lllusrations (following page 76):

Plate 1: (top) Courtesy of David Brill, photograph © 1996 David L. Brill; (bottom) Courtesy of Zhoukoudian Museum, Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthro-pology, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Digital image by Michael Zimmerman.

Plate 2: Courtesy of Russell Ciochon, photograph © 1996 Russell L. Ciochon.

Plate 3: Digital image by Nathan Totten under the supervision of Noel Boaz and Russell Ciochon.

Plate 4: (top): Illustration created by Bruce Scherting and Russell Ciochon, background image scanned and redrawn from artwork on page 81 of Savage and Long (1986) Mammalian Evolution: An Illustrated Guide; (middle, bottom): Illustrations by Will Thomson, Armadillo Arts, Iowa City, Iowa; illustrations © 2001 Russell L. Ciochon. Digital image by Michael Zimmerman.

Plate 5: (top) Image created by Bruce Scherting and Russell Ciochon, image © 2001 Russell L. Ciochon; (middle, bottom) Photographs by Russell Ciochon and Noel Boaz. Digital image created by Michael Zimmerman and modified by Nathan Totten.

Plate 6: Courtesy of Zhoukoudian Museum, Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Digital image by Michael Zimmerman.

Plate 7: Watercolor painting by Will Thomson, Armadillo Arts, Iowa City, Iowa. Image © 2001 Russell L. Ciochon.

Plate 8: Main figure is modified after figure on page 45 in Baba (1996) Reviving Pithecanthropus. Courtesy of M. Baba. Life-like reconstruction of Homo erectus (inset figure, top left) from a painting by Jay Matternes first used as the jacket illustration for Java Man by C. Swisher, G. Curtis and R. Lewin (2000). Courtesy of Jay H. Matternes © 2000. Layout of digital image by Michael Zimmerman.

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