a branch of anthropology dealing with the geographical distribution of humankind and the relationship between human beings and their environment.
Ritter’s anthropogeography has opened a useful line of research.
Evolution in Modern Thought Ernst Haeckel
Ritter’s “anthropogeography” has opened a useful line of research.
Darwin and Modern Science A.C. Seward and Others
The term “isolation” was first employed in anthropogeography, the study of the relation of man to his physical environment.
Introduction to the Science of Sociology Robert E. Park
See human geography
Also, anthophagous [an-thof-uh-guh s] /ænˈθɒf ə gəs/ (Show IPA). feeding on flowers, as certain insects. attracted by or living among flowers. adjective (esp of insects) frequenting flowers feeding on flowers
the branch of anthropology that describes the varieties of humankind and their geographical distribution. anthropography (ān’thrə-pŏg’rə-fē) The branch of anthropology that deals with the geographical distribution of specific human cultures.
resembling humans. belonging or pertaining to the primate suborder Anthropoidea, characterized by a relatively flat face, dry nose, small immobile ears, and forward-facing eyes, comprising humans, apes, Old World monkeys, and New World monkeys. Compare . . Contemporary Examples They summoned Mr. Rizzo and desired him to spell the word “anthropoid.” Portrait of the Consummate […]
- Anthropoid ape
any tailless ape of the families Pongidae and Hylobatidae, anatomically resembling humans, and comprising the gorillas, chimpanzees, orangutans, gibbons and siamangs. Historical Examples I have the same interest in him Uncle John had in the new variety of anthropoid ape in the Zoo at home. Under the Southern Cross Elizabeth Robins In the anthropoid ape […]