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| subfamilia = [[Homininae]]
| tribus = '''Hominini'''
| tribus_authority = [[IoanesIoannes Eduardus Gray|Gray]], [[1825]]
| subdivision_ranks = [[Genus|Genera]]
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'''Hominini''' estsunt tribus familiae [[Hominidae|hominidarum]] familiae [[Primates|primatum]]que ordinis. Tribu in [[Africa]] a principio habitante, vestigia ossium necnon utensilium satis antiquorum in [[Eurasia]] reperta sunt, videlicet apud [[Shangchen (locus palaeontologicus)|Shangchen]] [[Sinae (regio)|Sericae]] anni circiter 2 120 000 [[ante praesentem|a.p.]] (silices aut generi ''[[Homo|Homini]]'' aut ''[[Australopithecus|Australopitheco]]'' attribuendi), apud [[Dmanisi (locus palaeontologicus)|Dmanisi]] [[Georgia]]e inter annos 1 850 000 et 1 770 000 a.p. (ossa subspeciei ''[[Homo erectus|Homini erecto]] georgico'' adscribenda), iuxta [[Sangiran]] in insula [[Iava]] inter annos 1 600 000 et 1 500 000 a.p. (subspeciei ''[[Homo erectus|Homini erecto]] erecto'').
 
== Bibliographia ==
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* Karen Hardy, Lucy Kubiak Martens, ''Wild Harvest: Plants in the Hominin and Pre-Agrarian Human Worlds''. Oxbow Books, 2016 {{Google Books|BUK8DQAAQBAJ|Paginae selectae}}
* Jean-Jacques Hublin, Michael P. Richards, ''The Evolution of Hominin Diets''. Springer, 2009 {{Google Books|Xnz0_HSaDLoC|Paginae selectae}}
* Tina Lüdecke, Ottmar Kullmer, Ulrike Wacker, Oliver Sandrock, Jens Fiebig, Friedemann Schrenk, Andreas Mulch, "[https://www.pnas.org/content/early/2018/12/05/1809439115 Dietary versatility of Early Pleistocene hominins]" in ''PNAS'' (2018)
* Travis Rayne Pickering, Manuel Domínguez-Rodrigo, "[http://www.stoneageinstitute.org/pdfs/oldowan-ch4-pickering.pdf The Acquisition and Use of Large Mammal Carcasses by Oldowan Hominins in Eastern and Southern Africa: A Selected Review and Assessment]" in Nicholas Toth, Kathy Schick, edd., ''The Oldowan: Case Studies into the Earliest Stone Age'' (Gosport Indianae: Stone Age Institute Press, 2006) p. 113 ff.
* Jessica C. Thompson, Susana Carvalho, Curtis W. Marean, and Zeresenay Alemseged, "[https://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/full/10.1086/701477 Origins of the Human Predatory Pattern: The Transition to Large-Animal Exploitation by Early Hominins]" in ''Current Anthropology'' (2018)
* Peter S. Ungar, ''Evolution of the Human Diet: The Known, the Unknown, and the Unknowable''. Oxonii: Oxford University Press, 2006 {{Google Books|Wz8Kf3mO_i4C|Paginae selectae}}
 
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