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1979) The Neanderthals. Scientific American 241:118-133. Vallois, H. V. (1961) The social life of early man: The evidence of skeletons. In S. L. , Social Life of Early Man. Chicago: Aldine Publishing Company. Wolpoff, M. H. (1979) The Krapina dental remains. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 50:67-114. Zuckerman, S. (1933) Functional Affinities of Man, Monkeys, and Apes. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company. chapter 3 Life-Span Extension RICHARD G. CUTLER The subject of life-span extension is usually associated with a specialized field of study on developing means to lengthen the life-span beyond what might be considered normal.

W. (1979) The Neanderthals. Scientific American 241:118-133. Vallois, H. V. (1961) The social life of early man: The evidence of skeletons. In S. L. , Social Life of Early Man. Chicago: Aldine Publishing Company. Wolpoff, M. H. (1979) The Krapina dental remains. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 50:67-114. Zuckerman, S. (1933) Functional Affinities of Man, Monkeys, and Apes. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company. chapter 3 Life-Span Extension RICHARD G. CUTLER The subject of life-span extension is usually associated with a specialized field of study on developing means to lengthen the life-span beyond what might be considered normal.

There were many burials (1289); great efforts were made to find traces of infants. Numerous criteria were used in estimating age. This study is probably the most reliable of any available at the present time. 6, few individuals lived past 45. 4. The oldest individual was estimated to have been 55 years old. 4 seems to have been representative of our species until long after agriculture. Death rates were very high in the first 4 years, then low until the middle twenties, then slowly increasing, until there are few survivors after 45.

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