The Theopetra Cave is one of the recently studied ‘prehistoric heavens’ in Greece. It can be rightfully claimed as such because its study has already provided us with plethora of information, including climate changes in the long past and evolution of human life in the area during the Paleolithic era. This article provides the reader with a summary on the various finds. Continue reading “A 23,000 years built wall found at the prehistoric Theopetra Cave in Thessaly, Greece. The oldest Anatomically Modern Human footprint in Europe?”
Interview with professor emeritus, Dr G. Theodorou
Last August (2016), the foundations were laid for the first Paleontological Museum and Natural History Park of the Peloponnese at Isioma in Karyes, near Megalopolis. Continue reading “Greece’s paleontological wealth”
In this article we present a summary on the discovery of the oldest (5.7 millions of years ago) hominin footprint found on Earth so far. Continue reading “The oldest (5.7 Ma) human (hominin) footprint discovered in Crete, Greece”
In this article we present a summary on the Graecopithecus freybergi hominin. Continue reading “The Graecopithecus freybergi hominin; the oldest human ancestor?”
In this article we present a summary on the exciting discovery of an elephant butchering site from the Lower Paleolithic period discovered in Megalopolis, Greece. Continue reading “An elephant butchering site from the Lower Paleolithic period in Megalopolis, Greece”
A fresh haul of bones from the mysterious primitive man Homo naledi, dating to over a quarter-million years ago, have been found in the bowels of a South African cave.
The discovery of multiple bodies in an extremely hard-to-reach chamber within the cave system has reignited an academic squabble over whether this ancient hominin was deliberately interring its dead. Continue reading “Pre-humans Buried Their Dead 300,000 Years Ago, Cave Finds Indicate”