Jacob F.Field

  • hihellohas quoted2 years ago
    Around 2 million years ago the earliest humans emerged in sub-Saharan Africa. They have been classified as Homo habilis (‘skilful man’). Over the millennia they evolved into modern humans, Homo sapiens (‘wise man’), which settled across the world.
  • Ekaterina Chubhas quoted2 years ago
    it was nicknamed ‘Nutcracker Man’ because of its large molar teeth.
  • Ekaterina Chubhas quoted2 years ago
    was nicknamed ‘Nutcracker Man’ because of its large molar teeth.
  • Jen602has quotedlast year
    The East African Rif
  • Alina Gareevahas quoted2 years ago
    A major breakthrough came on 17 July 1959, on the Leakeys’ seventh expedition to Olduvai. While Mary was walking her six Dalmatians she found a fragment of bone. It proved to be part of a mostly complete skull that was 1.75 million years old; it was nicknamed ‘Nutcracker Man’ because of its large molar teeth.
  • Кристина Шабановаhas quoted2 years ago
    The Fertile Crescent is a region in the Middle East defined by two major rivers, the Tigris and Euphrates, which originate in the mountains of Turkey and Iran and flow into the Persian Gulf,
  • Кумикhas quoted2 years ago
    Cape Coast Castle

    один из примерно сорока «замков рабов», или больших торговых фортов, построенных на Золотом побережье Западной Африки европейскими торговцами.

  • Кумикhas quoted2 years ago
    Their larger brains and greater intelligence gave them the ability to live in a wider range of environments, and they spread into the Near East between 130,000 and 100,000 years ago.
  • Кумикhas quoted2 years ago
    After Homo sapiens arrived in these places there was probably interbreeding with Neanderthals. Genetic testing has shown that modern humans from these regions still carry Neanderthal DNA. However, Homo neanderthalensis as a distinct species became extinct approximately 40,000 years ago; the reasons for this are still debated, although possible causes include climate change or being supplanted by Homo sapiens.
  • Кумикhas quoted2 years ago
    Further digs commenced

    Начались дальнейшие раскопки

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