Martha Tappen
Martha Tappen
Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of Minnesota
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Postcranial evidence from early Homo from Dmanisi, Georgia
D Lordkipanidze, T Jashashvili, A Vekua, MSP De León, CPE Zollikofer, ...
Nature 449 (7160), 305-310, 2007
A new skull of early Homo from Dmanisi, Georgia
A Vekua, D Lordkipanidze, GP Rightmire, J Agusti, R Ferring, ...
science 297 (5578), 85-89, 2002
Earliest human occupations at Dmanisi (Georgian Caucasus) dated to 1.85–1.78 Ma
R Ferring, O Oms, J Agustí, F Berna, M Nioradze, T Shelia, M Tappen, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (26), 10432-10436, 2011
The earliest toothless hominin skull
D Lordkipanidze, A Vekua, R Ferring, GP Rightmire, J Agusti, G Kiladze, ...
Nature 434 (7034), 717-718, 2005
Bone weathering in the tropical rain forest
M Tappen
Journal of Archaeological Science 21 (5), 667-673, 1994
The Archaeology of Aduma Middle Stone Age Sites in the Awash Valley, Ethiopia.
J Yellen, P Renne, K Ludwig, G Goodfriend, J Feathers, R Bonnefille, ...
PaleoAnthropology 2005, 25-100, 2005
Early Pleistocene enamel proteome from Dmanisi resolves Stephanorhinus phylogeny
E Cappellini, F Welker, L Pandolfi, J Ramos-Madrigal, D Samodova, ...
Nature 574 (7776), 103-107, 2019
A fourth hominin skull from Dmanisi, Georgia
D Lordkipanidze, A Vekua, R Ferring, GP Rightmire, CPE Zollikofer, ...
The Anatomical Record Part A: Discoveries in Molecular, Cellular, and …, 2006
Savanna ecology and natural bone deposition: implications for early hominid site formation, hunting, and scavenging
M Tappen
Current Anthropology 36 (2), 223-260, 1995
Akhalkalaki: the taphonomy of an Early Pleistocene locality in the Republic of Georgia
M Tappen, DS Adler, CR Ferring, M Gabunia, A Vekua, CC Swisher III
Journal of Archaeological Science 29 (12), 1367-1391, 2002
Recognizing hominoid‐modified bones: The taphonomy of colobus bones partially digested by free‐ranging chimpanzees in the Kibale Forest, Uganda
M Tappen, R Wrangham
American Journal of Physical Anthropology: The Official Publication of the …, 2000
Are you in or out (of Africa)? Site formation at Dmanisi and actualistic studies in Africa
M Tappen, D Lordkipanidze, M Bukshianidze, R Ferring, A Vekua
Breathing life into fossils: taphonomic studies in honor of CK (Bob) Brain …, 2007
Deconstructing the Serengeti
M Tappen
Meat eating and human evolution, 13-31, 2001
Taphonomy of a central African savanna: natural bone deposition in Parc National des Virunga, Zaire
MJ Tappen
Harvard University, 1992
A new skull from Dmanisi, Georgia
A Vekua, D Lordkipanidze, GP Rightmire, J Agusti, R Fering, ...
Science 297, 85-89, 2002
Archaeology of the Lusso beds
JWK Harris, PG Williamson, PJ Morris, J de Heinzelin, J Verniers, ...
Evolution of Environments and Hominidae in the African Western Rift Valley …, 1990
Spatial patterning of the archaeological and paleontological assemblage at Dmanisi, Georgia: An analysis of site formation and carnivore-hominin interaction in Block 2
R Coil, M Tappen, R Ferring, M Bukhsianidze, M Nioradze, ...
Journal of Human Evolution 143, 102773, 2020
New analytical methods for comparing bone fracture angles: A controlled study of hammerstone and hyena (Crocuta crocuta) long bone breakage
R Coil, M Tappen, K Yezzi‐Woodley
Archaeometry 59 (5), 900-917, 2017
The virtual goniometer: demonstrating a new method for measuring angles on archaeological materials using fragmentary bone
K Yezzi-Woodley, J Calder, PJ Olver, P Cody, T Huffstutler, A Terwilliger, ...
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 13 (7), 106, 2021
Comparisons of impact flakes derived from hyena and hammerstone long bone breakage
R Coil, K Yezzi-Woodley, M Tappen
Journal of Archaeological Science 120, 105167, 2020
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