The first humans were long-legged and weak-minded
The history of human migration outside of Africa continues to generate interest among anthropologists. In fact, it was the first and most ambitious trip in history, about which still very…

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Paestum (Paestum): an ancient city of Magna Grecia.
Paestum is an ancient city of Magna Grecia in Italy. The Greeks called him Poseidon. All the churches of the city were grouped around a square. Discovered this place in…

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In Africa they found the tomb of the ancient relatives of man

In southern Africa found the remains of 15 partially preserved skeletons related to the modern human species that lived on our planet about 3 million years ago.
In an article published in the journal Elife, it is emphasized that this discovery radically changes representation about ancient mammals and is one of the most important in recent times.
Professor Lee Berger, who led the expedition, in an interview with bi-Bi-si has declared, that anything similar has never seen and even imagined that such discovery is possible at all. He also said that, in his opinion, these creatures were one of the first in the chain leading to modern man.
“Finding the first bones, we hoped to detect at least the remains of one being, and as a result found a few skeletons. By the end of three weeks the expedition emerged that found the largest burial place of the remains of relatives of human rights in the history of Africa,” says the Professor.
Who is he – Homo naledi?
15 skeletons, the bones of which are perfectly preserved, were found in an underground cave.
Representatives of the new species was named Homo naledi. Scientists have attributed them to the genus Homo, which includes modern man, and believe that these creatures had the ability to some sort of ritual behavior. Continue reading

Ancient graves, pyramid ruins found in Mexico
Construction work in Eastern Mexico exposed an ancient settlement, including 30 skeletons and the ruins of the pyramid, which is thought to have been up to 2,000 years old, archaeology…

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