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The timeline of human prehistoric times spans the period from the first occurrence of homosapiens in Africa 300,000 years ago to the invention of scripture and the beginning of historical writings after 5,000 years. Thus, it encompasses the period from the Middle Palaeolithic (Paleolithic) to the beginnings of global evolution.
Graved ocher with lattice or crosshatch pattern by Blombos Cave, South Africa. Abassia Pluvial in North Africa - the Sahara is humid and fruitful. This is Mousterian Pluvial in North Africa. Sub-Saharan Africa is humid and fruitful. The later Stone Age begins in Africa. 35,000 years ago: oldest known figural artwork of a human character as compared to a zomorphic one ("Venus of Hollow Rock").
Minimum date assumed for domesticating the porc. Catastrophic death of China's population, possible delayed survivors of ancient or archaic-modern hybrids. The oldest proof of pre-historic military action (Jebel-Sahaba massacres, Natuvian culture). In the Mesolithic civilization many peoples of the New World stay until they make contacts with Europe in recent times.
Minimum date adopted for domesticating bovine animals. Subpluvial Neolithic in North Africa. Sahara deserts support a savannah-like area. Minimum date assumed for domesticating the feline. 2. 2 km event: a sharp drop in temperature, probably due to the definitive breakdown of Laurentide ice, leading to dryer weather in East Africa and Mesopotamia.
Early adopted data for the domoticsation of the equine and for the domoticsation of the hen, invention of the potter's disc. 9-kilometre event: a fast and intensive aridifying incident that is likely to have triggered the present drought in the Sahara and a rise in the Nile Valley due to migration from the surrounding area.
Influenced by a shift in the way of life of Malta's pre-historic population. The writing is written in Sumer and Egypt and marks the beginning of the story that has been made. Leap up ^ Erin Wayman (January 11, 2012). "Meeting the Contenders for Earliest Modern Human". smithsonian.com. Lice DNNA survey shows that people were wearing clothing for the first time 170,000 years ago.
Jewelry is the oldest pearl in the word and is older than previously thought. Retracted 2013-11-22. Leap to the top ^ "Mount Toba Eruption - Old people unharmed, study demands". Retracted 2008-04-20. Skip up ^ "'Eldest' excavated prehistorical art". Skip i, Rito T, Richards MB, Far ines V, Alshamali F, Cerny V, Pereira L, Soares P., "The first moder ns human disperersals across Africa", PLoS One 2013 Nov 13 ; 8(11):e80031. doi : 10.1371/journal.pone.0080031.
"With ~130 ca, two different groups of human beings of anatomical modernity coexisted in Africa: the forebears of many contemporary Khoe and San communities in the southern hemisphere and a second group, a group of Middle and East Africans, comprising the forebears of most of the world's existing population. The early human expansion sorts correlates with climatic changes, especially the exotic biodiversity of MIS 5 (marine isotopes 5, 135-75 ka), which have, ironically, encouraged expansion in Africa's mainland and East and may eventually trigger the spread of human beings with the haplo group in Africa, i. e. the haplo group in Africa, with the haplo group in Africa, i. e. l. ~60k..
One between 120 and 75 ca, is the first clear, wide-ranging, contemporary human proliferation recognized by mtDNA and may have enabled the proliferation of several modernist marker. The second, within the last 20k a, signaled by L0d, could have been the cause of the expansion of south click consonants into East Africa, in contrast to the belief that these east European samples are relicts of an old, much broader diffusion.
" The oldest pin in the underworld found in the Siberian den and stings the human history". Highjump ^ John Noble Wilford (November 3, 2011). "Fossilized canines bring people to Europe sooner than expected." Skip on: a g Tom Higham; Katerina Douka; Rachel Wood; Christopher Bronk Ramsey; Fiona Brock; Laura Basell; Marta Camps; Alvaro Arrizabalaga; Javier Baena; Cecillio Barroso-Ruíz; Christopher Bergman; Coralie Boitard; Paolo Boscato; Miguel Caparrós; Nicholas J.
Highjump ^ Corbyn, Zoë (November 24, 2011). "Archeologists landing the oldest fishing hooks in the world." Accessed October 22, 2014. High Jumping ^ O'Connor, Sue; Ono, Rintaro (November 25, 2011). "42,000 years of pelagic fishing before the present and the maritime capabilities of modern man". Accessed October 22, 2014. Leap up ^ William E. Banks; Francesco d'Errico; João Zilhão (2013).
The Journal of Human Evolution. Hip up ^ Macey, Richard (September 15, 2007). "Thirty thousand years ago, the story of the colonists was rewritten." Released July 5, 2014. Skip up ^ "Aborigines and Place". Released July 5, 2014. Jumping up ^ Sandra Bowdler. "Resettlement". Cambridge Pacific Islanders' story. Accessed February 26, 2008 - from the University of Western Australia.
Gary Presland, The First Residents of Melbourne's Western Region, (revised edition), Harriland Press, 1997. "High Jumping ^ Elizabeth Landau (November 14, 2013). Oldschool ^ "Old domesticized dogs head found in an old caves: Siberia: a skull: Skip up ^ "Rock Shelters of Bhimbetka". Retracted 2007-02-15. Skip high to: a s Adam Benton (July 5, 2012).
Leap up ^ Stuart, Gene S. (1979). Mystery of antiquity. Highjump ^ Flood, J. M.; David, B.; Magee, J.; English, B. (1987). Leap up ^ Stuart, Gene S. (1979). Mystery of antiquity. The New York Times, The New York Times, 9 mai 2008.
Leap up ^ Mithen, Steven (2006). Behind the Ice: A Worldwide Human Story, 20,000-5000 BC (1st Harvard University Press ed.). Highjump ^ Curry, Andrew (November 2008). First temple in the world? Accessed August 2, 2013. Leapung nach oben ^ E. J. Peltenburg ; Alexander Wasse ; Council for British Research in the Levant (2004).
Accessed January 18, 2012. High ^ Vogel, J. C. and Waterbolk, H. T., "Groningen Radiocarbon Dates X", Radiocarbon, 14, 6-110 / 105, 1972. Jumping upwards ^ "No-Till: High jumping up ^ Scarre, Chris, ed. Human past. Leap upwards ^ Moore, A. M. T. The Neolithic of the Levant. Rooftop Synopsis of ^ "The Prehistorical Archeology of the Temple of Malta".
Highjumping ^ Thomas K. Harper. Retracted 2016-11-14. Leap to the top ^ Trypillia mega sites and European prehistory: Retracted 2016-11-14. Highjump ^ Müller, Johannes; Rassmann, Knut; Videiko, Mykhailo (January 22, 2016). Accessed November 13, 2016 - via Google Books. Leap to the top ^ "High-precision Tripolye settlements maps, demographical estimates and settlements organization".
Released November 13, 2016. Skip up ^ "??????? ? ????????????? ????????????? ???????????????" Retracted 2016-11-14. DAMASKUS: A Story. Interactive Human Timeline - Smithsonian, National Museum of Natural Historic (August 2016).