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Man the fat hunter: the demise of Homo erectus and the emergence of a new hominin lineage in the Middle Pleistocene (ca. 400 kyr) Levant
M Ben-Dor, A Gopher, I Hershkovitz, R Barkai
PLoS One 6 (12), e28689, 2011
1732011
Neandertals' large lower thorax may represent adaptation to high protein diet
M Ben‐Dor, A Gopher, R Barkai
American journal of physical anthropology 160 (3), 367-378, 2016
332016
The evolution of the human trophic level during the Pleistocene
M Ben-Dor, R Sirtoli, R Barkai
American journal of physical anthropology 175, 27-56, 2021
222021
The importance of large prey animals during the Pleistocene and the implications of their extinction on the use of dietary ethnographic analogies
M Ben-Dor, R Barkai
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 59, 101192, 2020
132020
Supersize does matter: The importance of large prey in Paleolithic subsistence and a method for measurement of its significance in zooarchaeological assemblages
M Ben-Dor, R Barkai, G Konidaris, V Tourloukis, K Harvati
Human-Elephant Interactions: From Past to Present; Konidaris, G., Barkai, R …, 2020
7*2020
Avi Gopher, Israel Hershkovitz, and Ran Barkai. 2011. Man the fat hunter: the demise of Homo erectus and the emergence of a new hominin lineage in the Middle Pleistocene (ca …
M Ben-Dor
PLoS One 6 (12), e28689, 0
7
Use of animal fat as a symbol of health in traditional societies suggests humans may be well adapted to its consumption
M Ben-Dor
Journal of Evolution and Health: A joint publication of the Ancestral Health …, 2013
62013
Ethical defence of eating meat: the place of meat eating in ethical diets.
F Leroy, M Ben-Dor, FM Mitloehner
The Slaughter of Farmed Animals. Practical Ways of Enhancing Animal Welfare …, 2020
52020
Levantine overkill: 1.5 million years of hunting down the body size distribution
J Dembitzer, R Barkai, M Ben-Dor, S Meiri
Quaternary Science Reviews 276, 107316, 2022
42022
Prey size decline as a unifying ecological selecting agent in pleistocene human evolution
M Ben-Dor, R Barkai
Quaternary 4 (1), 7, 2021
32021
How carnivorous are we? The implication for protein consumption
M Ben-Dor
Journal of Evolution and Health: A joint publication of the Ancestral Health …, 2018
22018
Human oral microbiome cannot predict Pleistocene starch dietary level, and dietary glucose consumption is not essential for brain growth
M Ben-Dor, R Sirtoli, R Barkai
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (37), e2110764118, 2021
12021
Prey Size Decline as a Unifying Ecological Selecting Agent in Pleistocene Human Evolution. Quaternary 2021, 4, 7
M Ben-Dor, R Barkai
s Note: MDPI stays neutral with regard to jurisdictional claims in published …, 2021
12021
Is it all about elephants? Explaining prey size decline in the Paleolithic Southern Levant
J Dembitzer, R Barkai, M Ben-Dor, S Meiri
Quaternary Science Reviews, 107476, 2022
2022
Prey size economics, ethnography, and the human trophic level
M Ben-Dor
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 177, 13-14, 2022
2022
Use of Animal Fat as a Symbol of Health in Traditional societies Suggests Humans may be
M Ben-Dor
Journal of Evolution and Health: An Ancestral Health Society Publication, 1 (1), 2013
2013
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