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Ancient Skull Proves Modern Humans Colonized Eurasia 60-70,000 Years Ago

1 months ago − American Friends of Tel Aviv University
While it is widely accepted that the origins of modern humans date back some 200,000 years to Africa, there has been furious debate as to which model of early Homo sapiens migration most plausibly led to the population of the planet -- and the eventual extinction of Neanderthals. While fossil records prove that some anatomically modern human groups reached the Levantine corridor (the modern Middle East) as early as…
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News from the Depths: A New Cave-dwelling Flatworm Species from the Brazilian Savanna
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11-26-14

Post-medieval Polish Buried as Potential 'Vampires' Were Likely Local
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Cultural Connections with Europe Found in Ancient Jordanian Settlement
Swedish archaeologists in Jordan led by Professor Peter M. Fischer from the University of Gothenburg have excavated a nearly 60-metre long well-preserved building from 1100 B.C. in the ancient…
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Archaeologists from Bonn Discover in Mexico the Tomb of a Maya Prince
Archaeologists from the Department of Anthropology of the Americas at the University of Bonn have been excavating for the past four years together with the Mexican National Institute of…
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Last Neanderthals Near the Arctic Circle?
Remains found near the Arctic Circle characteristic of Mousterian culture(1) have recently been dated at over 28,500 years old, which is more than 8,000 years after Neanderthals are thought…
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Ancient Skull Proves Modern Humans Colonized Eurasia 60-70,000 Years Ago


1 months ago − American Friends of Tel Aviv University
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