La Roche-Cotard, located in Indre-et-Loire, France, is an archaeological site that has captivated researchers and enthusiasts alike. This ancient cave, discovered in January 1912, holds significant historical and cultural importance, shedding light on the artistic capabilities of our Neanderthal ancestors. ..
Month: Current Affairs - June, 2023
Category: Science & Technology Current Affairs
Recently, the oldest known flint tools were discovered in Tunel Wielki cave. These tools may have been created by the extinct species Homo heidelbergensis, the ancestors of Homo sapiens neanderthalensis. These tools exhibit the use of the bipolar knapping technique. ..
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Svante Pääbo was conferred the Nobel Prize in Medicine on October 3, 2022. Key facts Svante Pääbo received the Nobel Prize in Medicine for his pioneering works in the field of paleogenomics – a branch of science dealing with the ..
An international group of archaeologists have discovered new human species in Israel which is being considered as a missing piece in the history of human evolution. Key Points Excavations were done at Israeli site of Nesher Ramla. Archaeologists have recovered ..
Month: Current Affairs - June, 2021
The scientists have found the oldest human burial in Africa. The site is 78,000 years old. The cave site was discovered near Kenyan coast. The site is called “Panga ya Saidi”. The remains of a child whose age was two ..
Month: Current Affairs - May, 2021
Scientists have recently discovered new species of ancient human excavations in Philippines. This newly identified species named Humo Luzonensis after Luzon Island, where bones and teeth from individuals of this species were excavated from Callao Cave. The small size of ..