Four late Pleistocene-early Holocene skulls from Tulum in Mexico show surprising diversity – Cranial remains from El Pit I show possible morphological affinities with European populations

Debate about the origins of the earliest humans in the Americas has relied on relatively little data, in part due to the rarity of early human remains in North America. Continue reading “Four late Pleistocene-early Holocene skulls from Tulum in Mexico show surprising diversity – Cranial remains from El Pit I show possible morphological affinities with European populations”

Evidence of rapid subsidence events in SE Cyclades; sea-level changes took place between about 3300 BP and very recent, study shows

Here we present selected parts of the paper titled “Evidence of repeated late Holocene rapid subsidence in the SE Cyclades (Greece) deduced from submerged notches“, by N. Evelpidou. D. Melini, P. A. Pirazzoli, A. Vassilopoulos.  Continue reading “Evidence of rapid subsidence events in SE Cyclades; sea-level changes took place between about 3300 BP and very recent, study shows”

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