New sediment ancient DNA technology in use An analysis conducted by Dr Rachel Wood from the Australian National University (ANU) incorporated a recently developed improvement to radiocarbon dating, using Accelerator Mass Spectrometry,
Czech cave sheds light on Neanderthal-Homo Sapiens transition (Jun 2017), Sometime just over 40,000 years ago, the last surviving cousins of the modern humans, Homo Neanderthals, likely met their Homo sapiens kin in the modern-day Moravia region of the Czech Republic, a new paper suggests. Only 22% similar.
Czech cave dig reveals details of Neanderthal-human transition (Jun 2017), June 14 (UPI) –The excavation of a cave in the Czech Republic has offered archaeologists evidence of both Neanderthal and human activity in the region between 28,000 and 50,000 years ago. 28% alike.
New Study Shows Mid-East Neanderthals Were Not Only Cave Dwellers (Jun 2017), The lower limbs of the Neanderthal during exposure. The Neanderthals, known in folklore as “cavemen,” conducted much of their activities in the open landscape. 29% alike.
Neanderthals, Homo Sapiens Likely Met Over 40,000 Years Ago In Modern-Day Czech Republic (Jun 2017), Homo Neanderthals, likely met their Homo sapiens kin in the modern-day Moravia region of the Czech Republic, a new paper suggests. Only 20% similar.
Treasure trove of artifacts sheds new light on ‘transition period’ between Neanderthals and modern humans (Jun 2017), A trove of ancient artifacts, including stone tools, weapons, and an engraved stone bead dating back to 50,000 years ago has revealed new insight on the transition between Neanderthals and modern humans. Only 21% similar.
Sediments May Preserve Neanderthal, Modern Human Timeline (Jun 2017), Sediments from the cave will be tested for information about how the climate changed over time and for traces of Neanderthal and modern human DNA. For more on archaeology in the Czech Republic, go to “Off the Grid: Prague. A 41% match.
Dossier, Cave discoveries hint at how modern humans outlasted Neanderthals Jun 19th, 2017 02:29 UTC, Archaeologists researching a cliffside cave site in the Czech Republic have discovered evidence of stone tools and suspected spear tips, suggesting Neanderthals and modern humans occasionally travelled through the area 28,000 to 50,000 years ago.