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The Denisovan comes back

... waves of the “Migration Period” from Africa to Eurasia. Scientists, however, are divided on the issue of what happened afterwards. The monocentric theory shared by most scholars implies the explicit priority of Homo sapiens over his contemporary hominines, ultimately displaced by the superior species. Yet, this hypothesis fails to explain, among other things, why the Upper Paleolithic culture traditionally attributed to modern man sprang up virtually simultaneously in the regions of Eurasia very ...

Modified: 27.06.2018
Altai , hominines , Neanderthal , Denisovan , mitochondrial DNA , primitive man , Denisova Cave
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Where has Homo Sapiens come from?

... pebble industry aged 800,000—600,000 years. All the oldest sites of Eurasia left by the first wave migration had pebble tools characteristic of the most ancient Oldowan Industry. About the same time or a little later, representatives of other early hominines came from Africa to Eurasia. They were carriers of a microlithic stone industry, where small tools dominated, and they took virtually the same ways as their predecessors. These two oldest technologies of stone working played the key role in ...

Modified: 19.06.2018
paleogenetics , mitochondrial DNA , nuclear DNA , hominines , Neanderthal , Denisovan
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Where has Homo sapiens come from?

... pebble industry aged 800,000—600,000 years. All the oldest sites of Eurasia left by the first wave migration had pebble tools characteristic of the most ancient Oldowan Industry. About the same time or a little later, representatives of other early hominines came from Africa to Eurasia. They were carriers of a microlithic stone industry, where small tools dominated, and they took virtually the same ways as their predecessors. These two oldest technologies of stone working played the key role in ...

Modified: 26.04.2016
paleogenetics , mitochondrial DNA , nuclear DNA , hominines , Neanderthal , Denisovan
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