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Forensic Scientist Richard Neave reconstructed the face based on skull fragments from 35,000 years ago. He said the skull doesn't look European or Asian or African. It looks like a mixture of all of them. 'That's probably what you'd expect of someone among the earliest populations to come to Europe.' LOL!

Forensic Scientist Richard Neave reconstructed the face based on skull fragments from 35,000 years ago. He said the skull doesn't look European or Asian or African. It looks like a mixture of all of them. 'That's probably what you'd expect of someone among the earliest populations to come to Europe.' LOL!

Angela Davis my shero

Angela Davis my shero

Élisabeth Daynès - Reconstruction of a Cro-Magnon hunter based on a 30,000 year old fossil found at Eyzies-de-Tayac in France.

Élisabeth Daynès - Reconstruction of a Cro-Magnon hunter based on a 30,000 year old fossil found at Eyzies-de-Tayac in France.

The Five Knolls are a group of barrows almost a mile from Dunstable.  She was lay on her right side, with her knees drawn up to her face and her right hand at her jaw. She had a flint knife placed under her right shoulder.

The Five Knolls are a group of barrows almost a mile from Dunstable. She was lay on her right side, with her knees drawn up to her face and her right hand at her jaw. She had a flint knife placed under her right shoulder.

Face of 'ordinary poor' man from medieval Cambridge graveyard revealed

Face of 'ordinary poor' man from medieval Cambridge graveyard revealed

You’re looking at the face of one of the first Americans. Meet “Naia.” She is around 13,000 years old.

See The Shocking Faces Of The First Americans

You’re looking at the face of one of the first Americans. Meet “Naia.” She is around 13,000 years old.

The Homo heidelbergensis lived from about 700,000 yrs ago to 200,000 yrs ago. These were the first early humans to venture into the cold latitudes of Europe, were the first species to build shelters, and hunt big game animals with wooden spears. European populations of this species were the direct ancestors of the Homo neanderthalensis, NOT Homo sapiens.

The Homo heidelbergensis lived from about 700,000 yrs ago to 200,000 yrs ago. These were the first early humans to venture into the cold latitudes of Europe, were the first species to build shelters, and hunt big game animals with wooden spears. European populations of this species were the direct ancestors of the Homo neanderthalensis, NOT Homo sapiens.

Scientists have reconstructed the appearance of a Neolithic leader who was buried near Stonehenge 5,500 years ago, and may have been involved in the construction of the monument.

Scientists have reconstructed the appearance of a Neolithic leader who was buried near Stonehenge 5,500 years ago, and may have been involved in the construction of the monument.

05. The Lichtenstein Cave - Haplogroup I-L38 / I-S154 aka I-L39 / I-S155, I-L40 / I-S156, I-L65.1 / I-S159.1, I-L272.3

05. The Lichtenstein Cave - Haplogroup I-L38 / I-S154 aka I-L39 / I-S155, I-L40 / I-S156, I-L65.1 / I-S159.1, I-L272.3

Skeletal examination identified the remains as those of a European male, about 5 feet 3 inches tall, and 30 to 36 years old. The weight of all the evidence pointed to one man—Captain Bartholomew Gosnold!

Skeletal examination identified the remains as those of a European male, about 5 feet 3 inches tall, and 30 to 36 years old. The weight of all the evidence pointed to one man—Captain Bartholomew Gosnold!

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