Doggerland is a former landmass in the southern North Sea that connected Great Britain to mainland Europe during and after the last Ice Age, surviving until about 6,500 or 6,200 BCE, then gradually being flooded by rising sea levels. In 1931, the trawler Colinda hauled up a lump of peat whilst fishing near the Ower Bank, which was found to contain a barbed antler point, possibly used as a harpoon or fish spear, later identified to date from between 4,000 to 10,000 BCE, when the area was…
Celtic: The lands occupied by #Celtic #peoples, whose existence can be traced over more than 25 centuries, were vast. Celts occupied land in modern day Eastern Europe, Greece, Spain, Northern Italy, Western Europe, England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland. The Celtic people have mystified anthropologists and historians for generations.
When Neanderthals Replaced Us | DiscoverMagazine.com. The dominant theory for Neanderthal success at Skhul-Qafzeh is climate change. Around 75,000 years ago, close to the time the Homo sapiens of Skhul and Qafzeh disappear from the fossil record, the climate in the Levant shifted in Neanderthals’ favor. Rapid glaciation left the region both cooler and drier. Steppe-deserts advanced, and forests retreated.
Early Human Migration. No historical record exists that tracks the migratory patterns of the earliest humans. Scientists piece together the story of human migration Map of early human migrations according to mitochondrial population genetics