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World's Oldest Known Spear  --  The Schöningen Javelin  --  Dates from approximately 400,000 BCE  --  Via Irish Archaeology

World's Oldest Known Spear - The Schöningen Javelin - Dates from approximately BCE - One of three spears found at Schöningen, Germany in Photocredit: Chip Clark, Smithsonian Institution.

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These images are merely intended to be reasonable artist renderings based on available evidence, understanding that evidence regarding skin color, hair, and other characteristics are limited. - The Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science

As anthropologists are getting better at extracting DNA from ancient bones, genetic mysteries are cropping up more frequently

Oldest Human DNA Reveals Mysterious Branch of Humanity- oldest known human DNA found yet reveals human evolution was even more confusing than before thought, researchers say.

Freer|Sackler photographer Neil Greentree tries out Google Cardboard

Freer|Sackler photographer Neil Greentree tries out Google Cardboard

This is a blog about Old European Culture.

This is a blog about Old European Culture.

Is this the oldest evidence of written language? Pictograms found in ancient Turkish city

Check out the latest science and technology news, pictures, headlines or videos from around the world from the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday

Excavations at the Lower Paleolithic site of Schöningen change our views on human evolution. A special volume of the Journal of Human Evolution presents the state of research.

Excavations at the Lower Paleolithic site of Schöningen change our views on human evolution. A special volume of the Journal of Human Evolution presents the state of research.

Middle Pleistocene subsistence in the Azraq Oasis, Jordan: Protein residue and other proxies — ScienceDirect

Middle Pleistocene subsistence in the Azraq Oasis, Jordan: Protein residue and other proxies — ScienceDirect

Results from a DNA study of a young boy’s skeletal remains believed to be 24,000 years old could turn the archaeological world upside down – it’s been proven that nearly 30 percent of modern Native American’s ancestry came from this youngster’s gene...

DNA 'surprise' in year old Siberian skeleton is about to rewrite First Nations history in North America. The study yielded a DNA signature shared by modern European populations but also by many present-day aboriginals in the Western Hemisphere.

Mysterious ancient human crossed Wallace's Line -- ScienceDaily

Mysterious ancient human crossed Wallace's Line -- ScienceDaily

CNN, 2015: A new species of ancient humans found (Homo Naledi) - excavated solely by slim female scientists because the cave passages were so tight. Includes video.

Homo naledi: New species of human ancestor discovered

Science history in the making: The all-female team of “underground astronauts” who uncovered a new species of human.

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