martes, 19 de septiembre de 2017

Edición 19-9-17

Evento. Puente Viesgo analiza mañana el "Bos Primigenius", el toro de la prehistoria | www.eldiariomontanes.es

Otras tres nuevas cuevas prehistóricas se unirán en 2017 a las cuatro descubiertas recientemente en Cantabria  
... Estas nuevas cavidades que se estudiarán en los próximos meses son La Brazada en Ruesga, la Cantera I en Puente Viesgo y Los Pendios en Celis (Puentenansa),...

Cantabria une explotación y conservación de sus cuevas en un plan estratégico | www.eldiariomontanes.es / Link 2

Jesús González Urquijo, nombrado director del Instituto Internacional de Investigaciones Prehistóricas de Cantabria - Noticiaspress.es

Más sobre Prado Vargas: descubriendo el patrimonio prehistórico de Burgos | Reflexiones de un primate 

Se insiste en el cambio de paradigma evolutivo: el hombre no habría aparecido en África, sino en Eurasia, según un nuevo estudio
Un nuevo artículo publicado por el profesor Úlfur Árnason, neurólogo de la Universidad de Lund, en Suecia, sitúa al último antepasado común del Homo sapiens sapiens y de los Neandertales en algún lugar de Eurasia. Árnason argumenta que los antepasados ​​de las poblaciones africanas KhoeSan y Mbuti formaron el primer éxodo de Homo sapiens sapiens hacia África desde Asia y Europa...

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The Out of Europe/Asia & Into Africa Theory of Human Origins – New Paper Calls for Paradigm Displacement 
A new paper published by Professor Úlfur Árnason, a neuroscientist at the University of Lund in Sweden, places the last common ancestor of Homo sapiens sapiens and Neanderthals somewhere in Eurasia. Árnason argues that the ancestors of the African KhoeSan and Mbuti populations formed the first exodus of Homo sapiens sapiens into Africa from Asia and Europe...

Final plans for Mungo Man's long journey home from Canberra revealed 
After spending more than 40 years in a box in Canberra, the final journey home of Australia's oldest human remains have finally been revealed.
Tight security will follow the ancient remains of Mungo Man as he makes his carefully planned journey from Canberra - slated to be on November 11 - accompanied by traditional owners, to lake Mungo where he will be stored in a "secure location"...

Genetics Spills Secrets From Neanderthals’ Lost History | Quanta Magazine
How many Neanderthals were there? Archaeology and genetics have given very different answers. A new study helps to reconcile them and reveals the lost history of these ancient people — including an early brush with extinction...

Virtual reality breathes new life into African fossils, art and artefacts 
Digital technology has become an integral part of our everyday lives. So it was only a matter of time before the ways people interact with the past and ancient artefacts in museum settings became digital, too...
...More digital avenues are being added to South Africa’s museums – and now the country has its first full VR exhibit. It will launch at the Origins Centre at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg on 25 September and will take visitors on a journey through hundreds of thousands of years of human history, art and innovation...

Neolithic pot of joy promises to shine light on prehistory in Kashmir, beyond | The Indian Express  / Link 2

 
In Sopore, archaeologists find first intact piece of pottery from a time about which very little is known.
A 4,000-year-old pot excavated in the Haigam area of Sopore earlier this year has been commented upon for its unusual name — the archaeological artefact has been christened ‘Kim’, after the American reality television star Kim Kardashian. But there is much more to this truly unusual and significant find...


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