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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 a skull which might represent a late-surviving example of a distinct Homo population. It is ..
Month: Current Affairs - June, 2021
Category: Art & Culture Current Affairs
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 to three years led to the discovery of the cave. The child was put to ..
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 the bones suggests this archaic human would have been shorter than 4ft tall – possibly ..
Topics: Altai Krai • Callao Cave • Denisovan • Homo • Human evolution • Neanderthal • Paleoanthropology • Paleolithic • Pleistocene • Prehistoric Asia • Prehistoric Indonesia • Prehistory of the Philippines
Generally, the time span from about 2 million years ago to about 3000 BC is called the Stone Age, because it was a period when manmade most of his weapons and tools of stone. The Stone Age is divided into three periods, the earliest of which is called the Old Stone Age, or Paleolithic period. ..
Generally, the time span from about 2 million years ago to about 3000 BC is called the Stone Age, because it was a period when man made most of his weapons and tools of stone. The Stone Age is divided into three periods, the earliest of which is called the Old Stone Age, or Paleolithic ..