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Gerd-C. Weniger 4h
Interesting paper. But the most challenging question talking about adaptation and demography is: why was Sicily settled by humans only after the LGM? No Neanderthals no AMH made it to the Island before, not from Italy not from Tunisia.
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The Leakey Foundation Feb 18
New remains associated with the ‘flower burial’ at Shanidar Cave
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Cambridge University Feb 19
Archaeologists from Cambridge have unearthed the first articulated skeleton to be found in over 20 years. It could help us understand whether this lost species conducted human-like death rites. Feature:
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Our Foreign Masters Hate Us 19h
The ACE2 Receptors Theory and related / Theory of virulence are being put to the test.. Tuscany is the least likely from ACE2 and not coincidentally has the most Neanderthal/least Denisovan of anyone on the planet. Ok so far. We'll see.
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RT Feb 19
70,000-year-old skeleton discovered in ! MORE:
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Becky Wragg Sykes Feb 18
Oh my GOSH 1st new skeleton in +20 years This is BIG stuff: plenty of bits & pieces found in that time plus vital re-examination of old claimed burials, but what's been missing is a new mostly-complete find we can use 21stC methods on [off to read paper]
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Renwar Najm Feb 23
A historical mystery may be solved at 's Shanidar cave Archaeologists have unearthed a skeleton at the cave and they say this discovery offers a unique opportunity to use modern technology to try and understand Neanderthal “ways of death”.
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Young Pharaoh™ Feb 22
🚨IDGAF HOW A AM. WOULDVE ME I WOULDVE BEAT THE OUT THAT
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Our Foreign Masters Hate Us Feb 23
155 in Italy. The first 2 were Chinese, but Italians too now. Big test of the ACE2 Receptors and Denisovan/Neanderthal theories. Both have Tuscany the least likely. Least ACE2 and most in the 1000 Genomes Project. None yet.
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Jens Notroff Feb 21
Remember that 'new' find from ? Want to have a closer look? - Of course you do. And here it is ... in all its gory. In 3D! 🙌🤩
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Lou Spirito Feb 23
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RT Feb 18
70,000-year-old
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Architect_of_Fate999 Feb 21
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The Neanderoll Feb 21
The 's distinctive brow ridge seem to develop in puberty! Even with our own species we see an incredible bone growth and an increase in strength and density during . I'll have to see if I can read more about this! 👦👨🧒👩
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Gerd-C. Weniger Feb 23
One of the many paradoxes in the interpretation of Neanderthal behaviour: when self-evident things are sold as new research results
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Leiden Archaeology Feb 21
Congratulations to . She was awarded a Vici grant for her research project on the Neanderthal Legacy. Did modern humans profit from Neanderthal knowledge while populating Europe?
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Our Foreign Masters Hate Us Feb 21
The Yamnaya conquered Iran/India, but it wasn't total genetic replacement, by a long shot. There are two factors, bad, good. Iran has little , Europe generally has plenty. It's a massive outbreak, tip of the iceberg.
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John Jacob jingle Heimer Smith Feb 22
no 👎 different humans Dorian and and
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MU-Peter Shimon 🀄 Feb 20
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Uncommon Commoner Feb 23
I bet there was a lot of crime back in the caveman days.
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