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Neanderthal Fact: The first Neanderthal skeleton was mistaken for that of a bear. Find out why and 16 other Neanderthal facts here! Biological Anthropology, Forensic Anthropology, Prehistoric Man, Prehistoric Animals, Extinct Animals, Forensische Anthropologie, Early Humans, Human Evolution, Ancient Civilizations
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Neanderthals may have died out earlier than before thought, researchers say. These findings hint that Neanderthals did not coexist with modern humans...

The silicone reconstruction of the 'Chancelade Man' created by artist Elisabeth Daynes, which is a reconstruction of a pre-historic human. (and all I keep seeing is Mick Fleetwood from the Mac here! Biological Anthropology, Forensic Anthropology, Anthropologie, Forensic Facial Reconstruction, Paleolithic Era, Prehistoric Man, Early Humans, Human Evolution, Hunter Gatherer

How our ancestors really looked (and dressed)

Artist and palaeontology expert Elisabeth Daynes, has created the silicone models showing exactly what a pre-historic man and woman would have looked like based on studying their bones.

Forensic reconstruction of an Upper Paleolithic woman who was found in the Abri-Pataud, France by Élisabeth Daynès Anthropologie, Ancient Egypt, Ancient History, Forensic Facial Reconstruction, Paleolithic Period, Art Pariétal, Prehistoric Man, Empire Romain, Early Humans
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Reconstruction of an Upper Paleolithic woman who was found in the Abri-Pataud, France by Élisabeth Daynès

Anthropology - Humans are just the latest in a long line of hominid species that have emerged in the past six million years. Homo Habilis, Earth Science, Life Science, Science And Nature, Biological Anthropology, Forensic Anthropology, Hominid Species, Early Humans, Zoology
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La evolución de los homínidos

 Phil Valentine : Reign Of The Neo-Neanderthal Phil Valentine, Forensic Facial Reconstruction, Religions Du Monde, Biological Anthropology, Red To Blonde, Blonde Hair, Human Dna, The Ancient One, Anthropologie
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According to a Russian scholar, the mighty muscle of Neanderthal man was either due to dietary factors and to a genetic predisposition that influenced the production of hormones like testosterone to levels much higher than even those of modern athletes who use anabolic steroids. It is not known, however, if this natural doping was associated with increased levels of aggressiveness.

Upper Paleolithic girl by Tom Björklund Prehistoric Age, Prehistoric Creatures, Early Humans, Human Evolution, Hunter Gatherer, Sword And Sorcery, Bronze Age, Ancient History, Archaeology
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Upper Paleolithic girl by Tom Björklund

Moesgaard Museum, reconstructions of our ancestors made by Adrie and Alfons Kennis Panthera Leo Spelaea, Prehistoric Man, Early Humans, Human Evolution, My Black Is Beautiful, Anthropology, Archaeology, History, Homo Floresiensis
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Reconstruction of Neanderthal with child made by Adrie and Alfons Kennis

Adrie and Alfons Kennis, artists in two-dimensional and three-dimensional paleontological reconstructions

Reconstruction of a Paleolithic Homo sapiens woman by Élisabeth Daynès. Forensic Facial Reconstruction, Anthropologie, Old Faces, Human Evolution, Character Portraits, Interesting Faces, Ancient History, People, Early Humans
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Paleolithic Homo sapiens woman by Élisabeth Daynès

Stone Age boy from Italy by Élisabeth Daynès (belli da sempre! Stone Age Boy, Forensic Facial Reconstruction, Prehistoric Man, Old Faces, Archaeological Discoveries, Mystery Of History, Ancient Mysteries, Forensics, Portraits

Stone Age boy from Italy by Élisabeth Daynès (belli da sempre!)

Some Neanderthals had Brown Eyes, Dark Skin. A genetic study of two Neanderthal females found in Croatia has revealed that they had brown hair and brown eyes. A human ethnic group. Prehistoric Man, Prehistoric Animals, Forensic Facial Reconstruction, Religions Du Monde, Early Humans, Human Evolution, Brown Eyed Girls, Dark Skin, Light Skin

Some Neanderthals had brown eyes, dark skin | Science News

A genetic study of two Neanderthal females found in Croatia has revealed that they had brown hair and brown eyes. | Science News

& Kennis Reconstructions - La Quina Neanderthaler Child in Neanderthal Museum Mettmann La Quina, Forensic Facial Reconstruction, Human Evolution, Portraits, Anthropology, Ancient History, Archaeology, Sculpting, The Past
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Reconstruction of Neanderthaler Child Quina made by Adrie and Alfons Kennis

Adrie and Alfons Kennis, artists in two-dimensional and three-dimensional paleontological reconstructions

The 'father of humanity' lived years ago, claims genetic study Ancient Aliens, Ancient History, Biological Anthropology, Human Genome, Human Evolution, Archaeological Discoveries, Ancient Mysteries, Wordpress, Natural History
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The 'father of humanity' lived 239,000 years ago, claims genetic study

Reykjavik-based DeCode Genetics has sequenced the largest ever set of human genomes from a single nation, revealing surprising genetic mutations in Icelandic people.

this is a facial reconstruction of a neanderthal based on a model of a skull, by John Gurche. i read an article that they’ve mapped the neanderthal genome, and could theoretically clone one, provided. Forensic Facial Reconstruction, Cage Thoracique, Anthropologie, Early Humans, Human Evolution, Before Us, Genetics, Ancient History, Portraits

1.8-million-year-old skull shakes mankind’s family tree

The discovery of the world's first completely preserved skull from the early Pleistocene is yielding a remarkable insight: Man’s early ancestors probably appeared as physically diverse as humans do today -- and our family tree may have fewer branches than scientists once thought.

Neanderthal woman reconstruction by Elisabeth Daynes. Anthropologie, Biological Anthropology, Early Humans, Human Evolution, Mo S, World History, Genetics, Ancient History, Charles Darwin
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Paleoartist Brings Human Evolution to Life

For Elisabeth Daynès, sculpting ancient humans and their ancestors is both an art and a science

Mesolithic/Neolithic Dutchman This man was part of the Swifterbant culture - 3400 BCE). Forensic Facial Reconstruction, Prehistoric Man, Anthropologie, Early Humans, Old Faces, Homo Habilis, Portraits, Before Us, Ancient Civilizations

Plz. classify Mesolithic/Neolithic Dutchman

This man was part of the Swifterbant culture (5300 - 3400 BCE), the finds of this culture are hard to separate from the contemporary North-German Ellerbeck culture and the Danish Ertebølle culture. All three are therefore sometimes grouped together and seen as the predecessor of the western TRB culture. The three cultures are interesting because while they start as Mesolithic and halfway adapt to the domestication of animals and plants (Neolithization), they keep showing strong continuity.