Oldest human remains outside Africa found in Europe: researchers  Deutsche Welle

More than 200000 years old, skull fragments found in Greece show Homo sapiens reached Europe from Africa much earlier than previously known. The findings ...

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More than 200,000 years old, skull fragments found in Greece show Homo sapiens reached Europe from Africa much earlier than previously known. The findings may upend theories about migration from the cradle of humankind.More than 200,000 years old, skull fragments found in Greece show Homo sapiens reached Europe from Africa much earlier than previously known. The findings may upend theories about migration from the cradle of humankind.

Oldest human remains outside Africa found in Europe: researchers | News | DW | 10.07.2019

A new study posits that we could have had contact with Neanderthals before Cor-Magnons wiped them outA new study posits that we could have had contact with Neanderthals before Cor-Magnons wiped them out

A skull suggests humans travelled out of Africa 160,000 years earlier than previously thought | National Post

A new study posits that we could have had contact with Neanderthals before Cor-Magnons wiped them outA new study posits that we could have had contact with Neanderthals before Cor-Magnons wiped them out

A skull suggests humans travelled out of Africa 160,000 years earlier than previously thought | National Post

Researchers have found the earliest example of our species outside Africa.Researchers have found the earliest example of our species outside Africa.

Earliest modern human found outside Africa - BBC News

Scientists say they've identified the earliest sign of our species outside Africa, a chunk of skull recovered from a cave in southern Greece.Scientists say they've identified the earliest sign of our species outside Africa, a chunk of skull recovered from a cave in southern Greece.

“Skull fragment from Greek cave suggests modern humans were in Europe more than 200,000 years ago https://t.co/SRXCGvRAz3”

Lee Berger on Twitter: "Skull fragment from Greek cave suggests modern humans were in Europe more than 200,000 years ago https://t.co/SRXCGvRAz3"

“💀 ‘The story of humanity’s spread across the world and interaction with other related species is much more complicated than we once thought’. The oldest human skull outside Africa has now been identified as 210,000 years old. #science #history https://t.co/u0z3VKEIxZ”

Alexander Verbeek 🌍 on Twitter: "💀 ‘The story of humanity’s spread across the world and interaction with other related species is much more complicated than we once thought’. The oldest human skull outside Africa has now been identified as 210,000 years old. #science #history https://t.co/u0z3VKEIxZ… https://t.co/DBUvIlBmqT"

“A 210,000-year-old skull from Greece is the oldest Homo sapiens fossil yet identified outside of Africa, and it shakes up the story of humans and Neanderthals in Europe https://t.co/hLOGa93DMV”

Ed Yong on Twitter: "A 210,000-year-old skull from Greece is the oldest Homo sapiens fossil yet identified outside of Africa, and it shakes up the story of humans and Neanderthals in Europe https://t.co/hLOGa93DMV"

A 210,000-year-old skull is the oldest Homo sapiens fossil found outside Africa.A 210,000-year-old skull is the oldest Homo sapiens fossil found outside Africa.

Apidima 1 Is the Oldest Human Fossil Outside Africa - The Atlantic

Mankind may have arrived in Europe 150,000 years earlier than previously thought, researchers say, after reassessing an ancient skull found inside a cave in Greece.Mankind may have arrived in Europe 150,000 years earlier than previously thought, researchers say, after reassessing an ancient skull found inside a cave in Greece.

New skull discovery shows mankind may have arrived in Europe 150,000 years earlier than previously thought

PARIS, July 11 — A 210,000-year-old skull has been identified as the earliest modern human remains found outside Africa, putting the clock back on mankind’s arrival in Europe by more than 150,000 years, researchers said today. In a startling discovery that changes our understanding of how...PARIS, July 11 — A 210,000-year-old skull has been identified as the earliest modern human remains found outside Africa, putting the clock back on mankind’s arrival in Europe by more than 150,000 years, researchers said today. In a startling discovery that changes our understanding of how...

‘Oldest remains’ outside Africa reset human migration clock | Life | Malay Mail

In findings presented in the journal Nature, an international team of researchers used state-of-the-art computer modelling and uranium dating to re-examine the two skulls. In findings presented in the journal Nature, an international team of researchers used state-of-the-art computer modelling and uranium dating to re-examine the two skulls.

Two hundred and ten thousand years ago a relatively hairless ape arrived at a limestone cave. Its ancestors had slowly been moving around the Mediterranean, hunting and foraging. This cave system was different, however, because with its back to the sea the ape was able to look north towards a cTwo hundred and ten thousand years ago a relatively hairless ape arrived at a limestone cave. Its ancestors had slowly been moving around the Mediterranean, hunting and foraging. This cave system...

Broken skull puts humans in Europe 150,000 years earlier | News | The Times

A 210,000-year-old skull has been identified as the earliest modern human remains found outside Africa, putting the clock back on mankind’s arrival in Europe by more than 150,000 years.A 210,000-year-old skull has been identified as the earliest modern human remains found outside Africa, putting the clock back on mankind’s arrival in Europe by more than 150,000 years.

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Ancient skull could show we left Africa a lot earlier than previously believed.Ancient skull could show we left Africa a lot earlier than previously believed.

Discovery of oldest human remains in Europe could rewrite story of our species | Metro News

The findings support the idea that Homo sapiens made several migrations from Africa over tens of thousands of years.

Scientists identify oldest modern human remains outside Africa - Newspaper - DAWN.COM

A new Nature study reinforces the idea that humans and Neanderthals overlapped in Europe.A new Nature study reinforces the idea that humans and Neanderthals overlapped in Europe.

Nature study: scientists claim to find the oldest human remains outside of Africa - Vox