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Discover some of the most recent clues since the year 2000 with a dozen of Robert Lee Hotz's fascinating articles listed below. To obtain and print the full-text of these articles at our volume-priced rate of just $9.95 for all twelve, simply click here to purchase the package securely on our custom ProQuest Archiver site.

1. Stone Ax Hints at First Stirring of Compassion; Prehistoric rock found among human remains is said to testify to the origins of burial rites. [Home edition] Robert Lee Hotz; Los Angeles Times; Feb. 22, 2003; page A-3

2. The Nation; People Are Same, but Different; Humans can be sorted into five groups based on ancestry, major genetic study finds. [Home edition] Robert Lee Hotz; Los Angeles Times; Dec. 20, 2002; page A-41

3. The Nation; Those New Tricks Came From Old Dogs; Human contact over millenniums altered canines' DNA, a study says. [Home edition] Robert Lee Hotz; Los Angeles Times; Nov. 22, 2002; page A-1

4. The World; Fossil Find Offers New Glimpse Into Ancient Human Ancestry; Anthropology: Bones are over 6 million years old--3 million years older than any hominid skull before. [Home edition] By Robert Lee Hotz; Los Angeles Times; July 11, 2002; page A-1

5. The World; Fossil Skull Could Change Theory of Human Origins; Paleontology: Evidence of early ancestor's wide migrations reopens the debate over evolution. [Home Edition] By Robert Lee Hotz; Los Angeles Times; March 21, 2002; page A-1

6. The Nation; Ancient World Was a Vast Melting Pot, Study Shows; Genealogy: Analysis of 11 inherited traits finds that early humans mingled with strangers. [Home Edition] By Robert Lee Hotz; Los Angeles Times; March 7, 2002; page A-1

7. Science File; A Pile of Skeletons in Our Closet; E. African Digs Reveal Human Evolution Was No Straight-Line Affair but a Series of Fits and Starts [Home Edition] By Robert Lee Hotz; Los Angeles Times; Aug. 20, 2001; page A-10

8. The World; Ethiopia Fossils May Reveal Earliest Human Ancestor [Home Edition] By Robert Lee Hotz; Los Angeles Times; July 12, 2001; page A-1

9. Science File; Seeking the Parents of Us All; Projects that compare DNA from thousands of living people suggest everyone is descended from one African group. [Home Edition] By Robert Lee Hotz; Los Angeles Times; May 28, 2001; page A-11

10. Discovery of an Ancient Skull Clouds the Origins of Humans; Science: Find in Kenya confounds the belief in a single early ancestral species, experts say. [Home Edition] By Robert Lee Hotz; Los Angeles Times; March 22, 2001; page A-1

11. Fossils May Mark Human Migration Out of Africa; Discovery: Skulls in former Soviet republic may be those of first hominids to leave cradle of humanity. [Home Edition] By Robert Lee Hotz; Los Angeles Times; May 12, 2000; page A-1

12. Stone Axes Suggest Diversity's Dawn; Archeology: Ancient tools compel a new look at the pace of human development in Asia. [Home Edition] By Robert Lee Hotz; Los Angeles Times; March 3, 2000; page A-24

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