Tibia humana de Boxgrove. In 1994 British scientists unearthed a lower hominin tibia bone a few miles away from the English Channel, along with hundreds of ancient hand axes, at the Boxgrove Quarry site. This partial leg bone is dated to between 478,000 and 524,000 years old. Several H. heidelbergensis teeth were also found in subsequent seasons.

Tibia humana de Boxgrove. In 1994 British scientists unearthed a lower hominin tibia bone a few miles away from the English Channel, along with hundreds of ancient hand axes, at the Boxgrove Quarry site. This partial leg bone is dated to between 478,000 and 524,000 years old. Several H. heidelbergensis teeth were also found in subsequent seasons.

Boxgrove handaxe - Homo heidelbergensis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia In 1994 British scientists unearthed a lower hominin tibia bone a few miles away from the English Channel, along with hundreds of ancient hand axes, at the Boxgrove Quarry site. This partial leg bone is dated to between 478,000 and 524,000 years old. Several H. heidelbergensis teeth were also found in subsequent seasons.

Eartham Pit, Boxgrove Site, England - Wikipedia One of hundreds of handaxes found at the site.

How to Heal Broken Bones Fast - Dr. Axe

How to Heal Broken Bones Fast

Bone related injuries can be caused due to accidents or falls. So, one can try these natural tips on how to repair broken bones in a fast manner.

Inside the Doctor's Office: Stress Fractures

Inside the Doctor's Office: Stress Fractures

Medial tibial stress syndrome, more commonly known as shin splints, refers to lower leg pain below the knee on the front outside part of the shin (anterior shin

Polished Neolithic ax, diorite, 250 × 52 × 33 mm (9.84 × 2.05 × 1.3 in). Muséum de Toulouse, Toulouse, France. Photographer: Didier Descouens

Polished Neolithic ax, diorite, 250 × 52 × 33 mm (9.84 × 2.05 × 1.3 in). Muséum de Toulouse, Toulouse, France. Photographer: Didier Descouens

About 7000 years ago in what is now Southwest Germany, was a city called 'Herxheim', a city that was mysteriously abandoned. A few years ago, Dr. Bruno Boulestin and his team were investigating the region, when they hit a grave containing the bones of 500 people. The marks on the bones show that the bodies were skinned and had their flesh removed using techniques almost identical to those for butchering animals. One researcher suggested that some of the victims could even have been…

These artifacts and remains were found in an ancient city in Germany called Herxheim. The city dates back to years ago and the human remnants found show clear signs of flesh-stripping, which is a preparation for cannibalism.

Russian Venus figurine 21- 17 BC, present at State Hermitage Museum,Russia

Russian Venus figurine 17 BC, present at State Hermitage Museum, Russia

CENTRAL EUROPEAN EARLY IRON AGE BRONZE PECTORAL. Consisting of two spectacle fibulae joined by seven chains. Hallstatt, 8th-7th Century BC

CENTRAL EUROPEAN EARLY IRON AGE BRONZE PECTORAL. Consisting of two spectacle fibulae joined by seven chains. Hallstatt, 8th-7th Century BC

A projectile point dating to 13,800 years ago, found embedded in a mastodon bone, precedes Clovis hunters, the culture often thought as the first to roam the Americas.

A projectile point made from mastadon bone dates to years ago, found embedded in another mastodon bone, which is about 800 years older than the theorized culture thought to first roam the Americas.

A series of pits found in Scotland have been interpreted as a calendar dating to 8000 BC

LOOK: Ancient Monument May Be World's Oldest Calendar

The earliest evidence of ancient dentistry we have is an amazingly detailed dental work on a mummy from ancient Egypt that archaeologists have dated to 2000 BCE

The earliest evidence of ancient dentistry we have is an amazingly detailed dental work on a mummy from ancient Egypt that archaeologists have dated to 2000 BCE. The work shows intricate gold work.

Rillaton Gold Cup, 2300 BC a biconical gold vessel, 90mm high, with a handle attached with rivets. Found in Cornwall. British Museum

Rillaton Cup - Gold, Early Bronze Age BC - Rillaton Barrow, an ancient burial mound on Bodmin Moor, close to the village of Minions in southeast Cornwall

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