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Europe's First Humans: What Scientists Do and Don't Know

By Nature

June 23, 2015

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Over the past two years, breakthroughs in ancient genomics and archaeology have revolutionized the story of the first humans in Europe—who are thought to have appeared some 45,000 years ago—and their relationship with the Neanderthals, who vanished from the region some 5,000 years afterwards.

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