The ‘Apidima 1’ skull fragment from Mani, Greece; the oldest (over 210,000 yBP) Homo sapiens fossil in Eurasia?

A skull fragment discovered in the Apidima cave on the Mani peninsula, southern Peloponnese, Greece, appears to be the oldest (so far) fossil of Homo sapiens ever discovered in Europe. Continue reading “The ‘Apidima 1’ skull fragment from Mani, Greece; the oldest (over 210,000 yBP) Homo sapiens fossil in Eurasia?”

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Bronze Age population dynamics and the rise of dairy pastoralism on the eastern Eurasian steppe

Here we present the ‘Abstract‘ of the corresponding paper by Jeong C, Wilkin S, Amgalantugs T, Bouwman AS, Taylor WTT, Hagan RW, Bromage S, Tsolmon S, Trachsel C, Grossmann J, Littleton J, Makarewicz CA, Krigbaum J, Burri M, Scott A, Davaasambuu G, Wright J, Irmer F, Myagmar E, Boivin N, Robbeets M, Rühli FJ, Krause J, Frohlich B, Hendy J, Warinner C. Continue reading “Bronze Age population dynamics and the rise of dairy pastoralism on the eastern Eurasian steppe”

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