David Lordkipanidze

David Lordkipanidze

Keywords : Biological Anthropology Paleoanthropology Archaeology Pleistocene Hominids

Country : Georgia

Organization : Georgian National Museum

Department : Institute of Palaeobiology

Email : dlordkipanidze@museum.ge

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Introduction to Special Issue: the Biotic Context of the Early Pleistocene Hominins from Dmanisi (Georgia, Southern Caucasus) 2023 Journal of Human Evolution

The Kvabebi Canidae Record Revisited (Late Pliocene, Sighnaghi, Eastern Georgia) 2017 Journal of Paleontology

Paleoclimatic and Paleoenvironmental Context of the Early Pleistocene Hominins from Dmanisi (Georgia, Lesser Caucasus) Inferred from the Herpetofaunal Assemblage 2014 Quaternary Science Reviews

Life and Death At Dmanisi, Georgia: Taphonomic Signals from the Fossil Mammals 2022 Journal of Human Evolution

An Ancient Cranium from Dmanisi: Evidence for Interpersonal Violence, Disease, and Possible Predation By Carnivores on Early Pleistocene Homo 2022 Journal of Human Evolution

The Early Hunting Dog from Dmanisi With Comments on the Social Behavior in Canidae and Hominins 2021 Scientific Reports

The Dmanisi Equus: Systematics, Biogeography, and Paleoecology 2021 Journal of Human Evolution

Paleoecology, Biochronology, and Paleobiogeography of Eurasian Rhinocerotidae During the Early Pleistocene: the Contribution of the Fossil Material from Dmanisi (Georgia, Southern Caucasus) 2021 Journal of Human Evolution

The Wolf from Dmanisi and Augmented Reality: Review, Implications, and Opportunities 2020 Frontiers in Earth Science

Hominin Occupations At the Dmanisi Site, Georgia, Southern Caucasus: Raw Materials and Technical Behaviours of Europe's First Hominins 2011 Journal of Human Evolution

First Human Settlement of the Caucasus: Technical Behavior and Raw Material Acquisition At Dmanisi, Georgia (1.77 Ma) 2010 Quaternary International

Equus suessenbornensis from Akhalkalaki (Georgia, Caucasus): a Review With New Insights on the Paleoecology, Paleobiogeography and Evolution of the Palearctic Large-sized Equids During the Early - Middle Pleistocene Transition 2023 Quaternary Science Reviews