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In my book Forbidden Archeology, I often made use of the phrase “anatomically modern human” to describe skeletal remains. In terms of skulls, that meant features such as a large brain case, no brow ridges, a high forehead, and a prominent chin. In terms of the rest of the skeleton, it meant gracile features—bones that [...]