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Archaeology Magazine

A partial modern human skull found in a cave in southern Greece has been dated to 210,000 years ago, suggesting that modern humans left Africa and arrived in Eurasia some 150,000 years earlier than previously thought.

archaeology.org/news/7819-1190711-greece-modern-human

(© Katerina Havarti, Eberhard Karls University of Tūbingen)
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A partial modern human skull found in a cave in southern Greece has been dated to 210,000 years ago, suggesting that modern humans left Africa and arrived in Eurasia some 150,000 years earlier than previously thought. 

archaeology.org/news/7819-1190711-greece-modern-human

(© Katerina Havarti, Eberhard Karls University of Tūbingen)

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An 'Additional' interesting clue in establishing a more comprehensive Time-line. Far, far to early to state ANY, definitive conclusion. Really wish the 'Mavens' of this branch of archaeology would phrase such:..'As is known, to us--AT this time. But, keep digging guys. lol..

The more we dig, the more we realize how little we know about our past. I wouldn't be surprised if in a hundred years they conclude that modern humans didn't originate in Africa after all.

And we still don't know. Our knowledge of this time, and earlier, could be written on a postage stamp.

What if the reverse were true? Lots of time to go back and forth while accumulating variations in bone structure and DNA...

A Tardis was definitely employed

Maybe modern humans were in Greece - they were in Europe and never saw Africa. ?????

Actually, like a lot of other really ancient evidence, this suggests that the PC "out of Africa" theory is not just flawed, but totally incorrect.

Earlier and earlier - that's the constant theme in archaeology and prehistory.

Caca...

Keep telling me about “settled science” 😂

Holy human!

There are small pyramidal structures in Greece which are likely older than the Eygptian ones.

Not certain of the "Out of Africa" theory.

Always earlier than previously thought.

Or maybe we could have originated in more than one spot?

Why does everyone think we all came from Africa when the facts prove different?

Call Graham Hancock!!

They did time travelling already… 🙂

Or they didnt

Siegrun Maas

Sam Hayward

Elaine Williams

How come if I descended from Africa, I’m white and their black!? I don’t believe it and never will.

Except for those polynesians who didn't come out of Africa at all.... They don't have African DNA markers... Look at that whole theory " OOA" SINK...

The percentage of Neanderthal genes certainly must be decreasing over time in Europeans. Statistically it's difficult to even understand why there is enough genetic material to even measure after 40 thousand years. There are close to 380 million Europeans alive today and most of them have zero Neanderthal genes. So where is this Neanderthal 2% material coming from and what exactly gives those Neanderthal genes the evolutionary competitiveness and staying power? If you take a DNA ancestry test it doesn't tell you if you have any Neanderthal ancestors or not. 2% by the way is not a small number even if it seems that way at first sight. 2% of all the sand on all the beach's in the Universe is a lot of sand.

A Roman-era cemetery and the walls of a medieval structure have been unearthed at the site of Hungary’s Cathedral of Pécs.

archaeology.org/news/7818-190711-peter-of-hungary

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A Roman-era cemetery and the walls of a medieval structure have been unearthed at the site of Hungary’s Cathedral of Pécs. 

archaeology.org/news/7818-190711-peter-of-hungary

(Chronicon Pictum, Public Domain)

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Amazing the past come to life

Thank you for changing your page pictures! Much more inviting!

JUST BEAUTIFUL the colors are amazing.

Holding a crown or birthday cake?

He is holding a comb and cant get his helmet off. Thus the look on his face. 😂

WOW ❤🧡💙

Jack Plant

Levente Nagy

Doesn't look like a Roman to me. Much later.

Siegrun Maas

Sylvie Merchie

it s good it s a roman cemetery not a jewish one, since Pecs means oven .would have been some tough news to digest

Analysis of the genomes of 67 wild aurochs and domesticated cattle that lived in the Middle East up to 8,000 years ago suggests aurochs DNA from different populations was periodically introduced into domestic herds over a period of several thousand years.

archaeology.org/news/7817-190711-cattle-domestication-zebu

(A. Hay, the Tel Beth-Shemesh Excavations Exhibition)
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Analysis of the genomes of 67 wild aurochs and domesticated cattle that lived in the Middle East up to 8,000 years ago suggests aurochs DNA from different populations was periodically introduced into domestic herds over a period of several thousand years. 

archaeology.org/news/7817-190711-cattle-domestication-zebu

(A. Hay, the Tel Beth-Shemesh Excavations Exhibition)

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The accuracy of that figurine is delightful. I guess a culture becomes expert at depicting whatever it sees most of … So 8,000 hence, archaeologists will find in our ruins innumerable rectangles filled with icons of celebrities & idiots.

lots of agriculture has you going back to a root stock, like chilis, marijuana etc. as you breed through the genertions, this has gotta be the coolest example though

The paper also says Zebu from the Indus were also introduced into the breeding stock about 4 thousand years ago and may have increased the tolerance for heat and drought.

I would guess young bulls went looking for anything they could find

I read a paper a couple years ago on early cattle(7kya ish) in North africa, and they were a mix of domesticated Anatolian cattle and wild British aurochs. Think about that for a second.

Mikkel Holger Strander Sinding

Giorgia Scordamaglia esiste davvero una specie di bue che si chiama Auroch, incredibile

GMO

Link to paper (alas not open science) science.sciencemag.org/content/365/6449/173

From the Archives: Traces of a 5th-century Byzantine basilica were spotted under the waters of Turkey’s Lake Iznik during a helicopter survey.

archaeology.org/issues/161-1501/features/2789-turkey-submerged-byzantine-basilica

(Mustafa Sahin/Uludag University)
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From the Archives: Traces of a 5th-century Byzantine basilica were spotted under the waters of Turkey’s Lake Iznik during a helicopter survey.

archaeology.org/issues/161-1501/features/2789-turkey-submerged-byzantine-basilica

(Mustafa Sahin/Uludag University)

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amazing ! i wish one day i see in the news they found the lost city of atlantis !!

Excellent photo!

I know this was from 2015 but that's still recent enough to be amazing! It's amazing that it has been just sitting there and until someone "found it" because they flew over it is just mind blowing to me! It's surprising that we keep finding things tucked away that have been hidden for centuries.

Good to see this article, re-posted.

I love archaeology

It's a basilica indeed with the narthex, central nave, apse, etc... but the architectural style is definitely not byzantine..i mean no cruciform design for the structure is involved here! unless what you mean is that it was built under the Byzantine empire...

It certainly does not seem located in an isolated place and the structure is not in deep water. How could this be discovered that late!??? Still, very beautiful..

It looks like its just a few feet from a popular beach... was it "found" or more accurately identified. Seems way to close to such a busy spot to have not been seen at all. Crazy if not though.

This is incredible

Was there a fee months ago. Now that part of the shore is all blocked off

That is so cool. Sometimes it's all about perspective.

I want to check that site.

For sure!

Isn't this where the counsel of nicea was supposed to have been held?

Adi Fenster איזה מגניב!

That is most common than you think. 500 + years ago the ocean levels were a lot lower

@ Gianluca Napoli

Was it intentionally put under water? They could have kept the lake level lower....the lake has a dam.

Only interested if it's 5* and all inclusive!! 🤣🤣😂😂

anyone know how it got to be underwater and when?

Mama mia !!!

Is this lake a reservoir?

Emm Owen

I like watching people flex their educational prowess, only to get dragged by people with real knowledge. Lol

A sealed underground Etruscan burial chamber discovered in an ancient cemetery on the island of Corsica is helping archaeologists better understand the pre-Roman culture’s funerary customs.

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A sealed underground Etruscan burial chamber discovered in an ancient cemetery on the island of Corsica is helping archaeologists better understand the pre-Roman culture’s funerary customs.

archaeology.org/issues/346-1907/trenches/7741-trenches-corsica-etruscan-burial

(© Denis Gliksman/INRAP)

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Προ.ρωμαικα, αλλα ''με χρώμα''.Τελειο...

Lea Sentović

wauw!

Not sealed any more!

Unfortunately this is the only way to discover ancient humans is from their stuff they buried with the dead a good example is the tombs of the people of Egypt There was not enough written info

Funny how we still don't know the language of the people next door to the birth of Latin.

So amazing to me.

I just love saying Etruscans... How many Etruscans does it take to plug in a... Candle...😔

Amazing colour 💙💚

I wonder if In a thousand years archaeologists will defile our graves

Beautiful glazes.

Funerary customs both in the ancients and centuries of in which this country was both started and it's early years are truly awesome and amazing to hear and read about 🙂

Sylvie Merchie

Graffiti in Pompeii served a range of purposes, from promoting political candidates to advertising rooms for rent to exchanging messages among friends.

archaeology.org/issues/344-1907/features/7722-communication

(Pasquale Sorrentino)
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Graffiti in Pompeii served a range of purposes, from promoting political candidates to advertising rooms for rent to exchanging messages among friends.

archaeology.org/issues/344-1907/features/7722-communication

(Pasquale Sorrentino)

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Quite Interesting....Once 'completed' she should, say--list them by a time-line, and put them all into a Book...for the public to read; a Coffee Table style book would make for a lovely Christmas gift..

Marvellous !!!!

Great article. Pompeii is truly a unique human connection to the past. For those wanting to view more, here is a link to a cataloged list of discovered graffiti in Pompeii: www.pompeiana.org/Resources/Ancient/Graffiti%20from%20Pompeii.htm

Some of the Roman graffiti were quite rude too... a couple cable tv shows referenced that aspect of those 'communications'. Either text or graphic depictions. Must have been something to walk around a corner and see your name mentioned (if you could read).

These graffiti artists at least had lovely writing...

Fair and balanced graffiti.

I wish I can go back in time to be in Pompeii .

They also drew a lot, A LOT, of phalluses. 😂😂

What a great meme. Repent; your days are numbered!

"Vote Helvius Sadinus for aedile!"

Posting literally goes back a long way.

Romans go home!

I'm looking at the wall construction. Looks like rock and brick that has been parge mortared over top of it all, giving a nice smooth wall. Roman concrete was / IS superior to modern concrete.

Romanes eunt domus

Ich habe ein tolle Buch über Pompeii, mit viel interessanter Fakten zu dir Grafity.

No neon signs back in,those days...

Guilherme da Matta

Conjugate the verb !!

Romani ite domum

Killroyus was here.

Siegrun Maas

some things never change.. 😛

Seana Mc Areavey

Katie Reidy!!! Your ancient counterparts!

Changes in diet following the rise of farming in Europe and Asia during the Neolithic period resulted in humans retaining overbites into adulthood, which led in turn to language diversification.

archaeology.org/issues/346-1907/trenches/7748-trenches-physical-linguistic-development

(Courtesy David Frayer, University of Kansas; Karin Wiltschke-Schrotta, Naturhistorisches Museum Wien)
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Changes in diet following the rise of farming in Europe and Asia during the Neolithic period resulted in humans retaining overbites into adulthood, which led in turn to language diversification.

archaeology.org/issues/346-1907/trenches/7748-trenches-physical-linguistic-development

(Courtesy David Frayer, University of Kansas; Karin Wiltschke-Schrotta, Naturhistorisches Museum Wien)

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We should have stayed meat eaters and grazers. I recently went on an entirely meat diet and my brain fog vanished in 2 weeks, I'm fit, strong, clear minded and have too much energy for this sedentary lifestyle we have now.

At one time there was only one language, but because of disobedience, ( the people did not listen to God to spread out over the earth) God caused the language of the people to become different, so they would have no chose but to create new nations, that is why there are different languages today. God did it, not the over bite.

and all this time I blamed my overbite on my Mother for letting me have a dummy for so long.

man this is a gloss over, there is a lot of information on this topic and this article is well behind, it is true, but incomplete and a touch misleading in the sense that it is leaving out good deal of detail and seems to be pushing the timeline forward a bit.

Very erroneous analysis of possible sound production... It is possible to make every sound we make with an edge in or underbite.

This theory did not gain traction then, and will not gain traction now. How can this be taken seriously?

Overbite leading to fricative development? I'd say a lot of crap.

And costly orthodontic bills—

So that’s what’s responsible for mine?

Yafit Natanzon-Gavrieli

THAT's neat

So we quit growling and started talking..good food does that😉🤭😂

Nah.

So, instead of pizza, it became peetha.

Siegrun Maas

Laila Koussaimi

JimTiff Ellis archaeological dentistry for ya.

A 160,000-year-old molar discovered in a cave on the Tibetan Plateau in 1980 may be evidence of a link between Denisovans and the ancestors of modern Asians.

archaeology.org/news/7815-190710-denisovan-three-roots

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A 160,000-year-old molar discovered in a cave on the Tibetan Plateau in 1980 may be evidence of a link between Denisovans and the ancestors of modern Asians.

archaeology.org/news/7815-190710-denisovan-three-roots

(Christine Lee)

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Wow! That's an Amazing Discovery! Thank You For Sharing With Us.

They were buddies!

There's a good vetted study referred to by Smithsonian Magazine that concludes that 3 different Denisovian lineages are currently known. Article is dated April 2019. I need to go back to university and get up dated on all the new findings... Physical/paleo anthropology has become very a rapidly changing science. Teaching it must be very frustrating...updates all the time.

In my family 3 root teeth are common. We have monoglain ancestry.

So much is being discovered about the ancient ancestry of humans. It all shows that the distribution of people around the globe was very complex.

"May be"...

I knew it!

The link was proven before this molar appeared

Annnnnd 160,000 years later..... I was born.

whenever i catch one, if it has more or less roots than 3 i throw it back...

Here is something to "chew" on,😁, Tianyuan Man, accepted as one the oldest Anatomically Modern Humans in Asia, has no Denisovan ancestry. Tianyuan is also related to the South American people, the Karitiana, yet the Karitiana have some of highest levels of Denisovan ancestry of modern people. There are also two distinct Denisovan lineages, seperated by tens of thousands of years

No doubt about it.... That’s a Denisovan- dentists root canal.

Andy Loero

Interesting..

Won’t be that old though

Maybe just from England

Got one in my kebab last sat night

Erol Astro

Those for eating plants or grinding meat?

Is that a Y-5 pattern?

Renee Clackley Roden

Siegrun Maas

Nick

Сергей Кутяев (Sergey Kutyaev)

Idliri Idliri

The remains of General Charles-Etienne Gudin, a French aristocrat and childhood friend of Napoleon Bonaparte, are believed to have been unearthed in the western Russian city of Smolensk.

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The remains of General Charles-Etienne Gudin, a French aristocrat and childhood friend of Napoleon Bonaparte, are believed to have been unearthed in the western Russian city of Smolensk.

archaeology.org/news/7814-190710-russia-french-general

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Travelled a lot. Time to go home. Amazing find.

Whatever the pluses and minuses of the Napoleonic regime, the decent thing would be to repatriate his remains to France. After all, the British did right by interring the recently found body of Richard III with honor despite his misdeeds.

Amazing Discovery!

The Battlefields of the Napoleanic Fields always had one or two Generals die from errant cannonballs . Considering they sat on Horses to the back of formations with hundreds of soldiers in front of them still didn't stop the velocity of an Iron Ball across the battle deep into the rear areas . They never exploded like the hollywood movies show you

The heart of the general.....Lachaise......a chapel in.division 40

If you find a Zippo in his jacket pocket...it's mine...

What took him there.

Invading Russia never a good idea

Looks like Mark Zuckerberg 😀

Not sure he would like that.

Zana Smith, for Debbie. ☺

Phil Natta Check this out

please send him home so he can rest in his land.

The 3,000-year-old ceremonial pathway between the temple of Hecate in Lagina and the town of Stratonikeia has been uncovered near the coast of western Turkey.

archaeology.org/news/7811-190709-turkey-sacred-road

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The 3,000-year-old ceremonial pathway between the temple of Hecate in Lagina and the town of Stratonikeia has been uncovered near the coast of western Turkey.

archaeology.org/news/7811-190709-turkey-sacred-road

(Carole Raddato, via Wikimedia Commons)

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Ancient Greece. Turkey has nothing to do with this

Siegrun Maas

P RJ Hosk

Dejan Bukowski Jim Nash Asia Minor has Greece’s most ancient cities like . Ephesus, Miletus , .Phocaea , Aechea to name a few .... Along with Athens, Sparta, Argos, Mycenae, Knossos which the Greeks created and named with their Hellenic heritage of Ancestors ....these Ancient cities with their culture sprung from the basin of the Aegean since the last great Deucalion Flood ... these cities that sprung on the basin of the Mediterranean and coast of Asia Minor was part of what they called themselves Hellenes. Greece a THALASOCRACY of ship builders and traders, a people who worshiped the Gods of Olympus and thought themselves as free men equal to their Gods ...Greece was made of city state cities or POLIS of cities scattered mostly on the coast and islands of the Mediterranean ..About 156 thousand cities ...they were a master nation people who competed and fought with each other but were ties at the hip like brothers with their language ,literature with their invention of writing Homers and Hercules as their ancestors and Heroes , religion of their Olympic Gods, city with theatres that they enjoyed music, comedy , drama honouring their culture and gifted ancestors, universities that philosophy , gymnasium that these cities partook in the Olympics )science , chemistry , politics like democracy that was able to flourish because if the small city like states ... they were the people of the book should I go on go on ..Troy,Ephesus , Alexandria, just ti name a few...all the way to the Black Sea North Africa, Levant , Italy , Spain, Paris . Even the England ... Name me one city the Turks built in this area...NONE

Damage to a 33,000-year-old skull found in a cave in Romania was inflicted with a bat-like object by an attacker who was likely left-handed, researchers have found.

archaeology.org/news/7808-190708-upper-paleolithic-skull

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Damage to a 33,000-year-old skull found in a cave in Romania was inflicted with a bat-like object by an attacker who was likely left-handed, researchers have found.

archaeology.org/news/7808-190708-upper-paleolithic-skull

(Kranoti, EF et al. PLOS ONE 2019)

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Thanks for also posting reference to original study!

Wow, Ty Cobb was even older than we thought.

OK, first... visualise the correct kind of bat........ 😉 x

There's no statute of limitations for murder...

They’ll catch the perp. A true cold case...very cold. My guess it was Grog. He had a bad temper, and was very jealous of any guy checking out his girlfriend Nabanoona.

we were arguing about poetry versus novels... and he pissed me off so much...

Well I hope they catch the culprit

Or, the clumsy archaeologist dropped the skull and cracked it, but before anyone saw it happen...

Classic radiating fracture lines.

Historical Detectives are seeking a 33,000 y/o CaveDweller seen loitering in the area on the night in Question

Wouldn't the proper word be a "club?"

Do we know if the cave was the place of the attack or the burial ?

that would be a big long bone.

I am guessing that the reason a bat (tapered?) was mentioned was to prevent people like me from suggesting that the blows was struck from behind by a right-handed person.

I got hit by a club. Wouldn't have been so bad but the club had about 50 warriors.

A cudgel or mace.

Left handed people we killed in the Middle Ages. I see the same practice coming back again. Who knows the left handed person who did this may be the fist lefty killed.

They could have been hit from behind by a right handed person.

Are they sure it was a bat, and not a crow or raven?

A "bat like object". It's called a club. The skull was caved in with a freakin club.

Ouch

On the small Micronesian island of Peleliu, archaeologists have identified evocative evidence of one of WWII's most brutal battles.

archaeology.org/issues/344-1907/features/7712-peleliu-wwii-pacific-battle

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On the small Micronesian island of Peleliu, archaeologists have identified evocative evidence of one of WWIIs most brutal battles. 

archaeology.org/issues/344-1907/features/7712-peleliu-wwii-pacific-battle

(NARA; RG 127)

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Interesting....much more, since my Father fought amongst the Islands in the Pacific Theater of WWII.

My father was in the 1st Marine Division and fought on Peleliu. He always felt it was a miracle he survived.

Visited Peleliu in 2004. It was amazing and awesome to see all the World War II era remnants.

"With the old breed" on Peileliu and Pevuvu

Brutal

‘The pacific’ 👍

Horrible waste of human lives on an unnecessary battle.

Rambler Sassydog, Dad was there!

Traces of Lodge Moor, a prison camp that held more than 11,000 captives at times during WWII, have been uncovered in Sheffield, England.

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Traces of Lodge Moor, a prison camp that held more than 11,000 captives at times during WWII, have been uncovered in Sheffield, England.

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My Goodness! What An Amazing Discovery!

All I can say is wow. The archaeology of wwI-II is truly amazing and awesome to hear 🙂!

It's almost as sad as the US doing that to babies right now. 😰

My distant relatives, were members of the West India Regiment, who fought for Britain., in that war.

Was it not known!!! Like WW2 was not that long ago

Taylor Ogle Samuel Timson oh look another article about Lodge Moor! Although you're not quoted here Sam

By uncovered you mean "walked down trail and took pics of 60 yr old lichens?"

Stephen Knotts

Ernesto Bruni

Adam Chadwick

Βίκυ Μάκρα αυτοί είστε

Poppy Gerke Elizabeth McLennan Matt McLennan

now its the states with their cages

DNA extracted from the remains of 10 individuals buried at Ashkelon, a Philistine archaeological site located in Israel, provides evidence of a migration from southern Europe sometime between 3,600 and 2,800 years ago.

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DNA extracted from the remains of 10 individuals buried at Ashkelon, a Philistine archaeological site located in Israel, provides evidence of a migration from southern Europe sometime between 3,600 and 2,800 years ago. 

archaeology.org/news/7804-190705-ashkelon-philistine-dna

(Melissa Aja, Courtesy Leon Levy Expedition to Ashkelon)

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That's An Amazing Discovery, Thank You For Sharing.

Outstanding!

I have not read much about this topic for years now. Could they possibly be the "Sea People"?

Awesome!

😀

Few decades ago the Biblical minimalist were dismissing Biblical accounts of Philistines as fictional since there were no archeological evidence of them.

3000 years from now, the two people pictured in this photo will be dug up and found and wonder what they were doing back in 2019.

So that would place their migration right about the time of the Indo-European expansion into Europe. They were probably displaced and went south. Keep in mind, modern day Southern Europeans have Indo European ancestry so the Philistines wouldn’t be genetically identical to, say, a modern Italian.

So interesting using DNA to interpret ancient discoveries!!!🤓

Nice

We came from Mesopotamia. And migrated to europe.

Read “1491” by Mann before you get excited about this.

what Greece ... these are the ancestors of the Thracians who left numerous traces in the lands of present-day Bulgaria

Really interesting..

So the Sea People were southern Europeans?

I would like to read details on this particularly if they are female or male. DNA.

Art haters gotta travel.

Humans never stay in one spot... If it can be of more use to them than their current habitat they move in.

Amazlng!

Tja typisch gevalletje vergeten een hek te plaatsen op de bouwplaats, dus 20 meter naar beneden gevallen.

Thought it was so

"HAHA STAHP IT TICKLES!!!"

Siegrun Maas

Sam Hayward

Michael

Observation of bonobos searching swamps for iodine-rich plants has led researchers to suggest that early humans may have obtained iodine—a nutrient required for developments in cognitive function—from green aquatic plants, rather than seafood, as has been previously suggested.

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Observation of bonobos searching swamps for iodine-rich plants has led researchers to suggest that early humans may have obtained iodine—a nutrient required for developments in cognitive function—from green aquatic plants, rather than seafood, as has been previously suggested. 

archaeology.org/news/7802-190703-hominin-evolution-iodine

(© Cédric Girard-Buttoz, LuiKotale Bonobo Project)

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Our closest living relatives in the animal kingdom. Their diet is what the real paleo diet would be closer to.

I suppose the bons read up on MDRs.

I didn’t gave my glasses on and thought these were the weirdest looking horses I’d ever seen.

I haven’t read the actual research on this and, so, I’m trying hard not to snark. But it’s tough. It’s so tough. OF COURSE they’re sweeping swampland for beneficial food sources. Why wouldn’t they exploit all their options?

Why does it have to be all or nothing? What started at the shore line, didn't necessarily stop, when the population migrated inland.

And psilocybin mushrooms

Thiiiiis was probably not the best species to monitor for this

So this reasoning that we didnt eat Fish is solely based on the observation that Chimps eat Plants:Big Leap

Can it be both, depending on living inland or on the coast?

It was prob both. Only some had access to coastlines. Stop pushing the humans don't need meat agenda!

Sounds like a coin was flipped for this article.

Timothy Luke 😂

So is there only point to spend millions by trying to disprove the bible what a waste

Bonobos are bisexual, polyamourous and matriarchal. 💜

...or both.

or both

They're guessing. No evidence which or either.

is this better evidence for the aquatic ape theory 🤔

Serge Pothier

Just think and they did it naked. Woo -Hoo

Kyle Fenner

Aquatic ape

Zoe SaavedraElyse Saavedra BONOBOS

Why not both. Why do you primates make things conflict unnecessarily

Mmm, monkey c, monkey do.

Two Viking boat burials, one of which is intact and contains the remains of a man, a horse, and a dog, have been discovered on a construction site near Sweden’s eastern coast.

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Two Viking boat burials, one of which is intact and contains the remains of a man, a horse, and a dog, have been discovered on a construction site near Sweden’s eastern coast. 

archaeology.org/news/7803-190705-sweden-boat-burial

(Arkeologerna, SHM)

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The remains of three friends! R.I.P 🙂

Alas, poor Yorick!

Cool, Tears of Joy for the Viking Bro', on to Valhalla ..with Man's Faithful companion...and a Steed...🤟🤘👌

Great stuff. Keep it up

This burial practice is so inhumane! Poor dogs ang horses😠

Very cool!

Tears for the horse and dog 😢😢

Hello Jhon, wake up it's time to go to your work!

At what point does grave robbery stop and archeology begin .?

Wow!!!!!!!!

Olhaeee Carlos Roberto Leonice

ship burials - Archaeologist Anton Seiler 🤣🤣🤣

Bill Meldrum

Alexandra van Steen

Dennis Bullock

Denise

Sam Hayward

Oliver Harris

Stefan Andersson...near you?

Why do people keep digging up graves ? Let them rest in peace !

(yells loudly) WELL HELLO THERE MISTER BONESY

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