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American Scientist reports on project findings

News article 1American Scientist reports on how the Palaeodeserts Project has found traces of humans in Arabia.

It describes how satellite imagery has allowed the Project team to focus on areas that display strong evidence of having held water in the past. Working on the assumption that where there was water there would also be plants and animals, including early humans, they have found animal fossils, including elephant, and stone tools such as small, thin cores and flakes that had been retouched to make for a sharper cutting edge. For more information see this Link.

Earliest evidence for the structure of Homo sapiens populations in Africa

Stone tools
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أدلة وجود العصر الحجري الحديث قبل الفخار بالسعودية

Past Horizons article cropThe discovery of an early Holocene site at Jebel Qattar in northern Saudi Arabia suggests that the view of the geographic distribution and character of Pre-Pottery Neolithic cultures may be in need of revision.

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L’Arabie n’était pas désertique et isolée

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Today Saudi Arabia is separated from its neighbours by deserts but was it always like this?

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بدء أبحاث الدراسات الوراثية.

Genetic sampling - cropتم القيام بزيارة لمتحف التاريخ الطبيعي الأمريكي لجمع يعنات الحمض النووي لجمع عينات حيوانية من عدة قارات بهدف التعرف على توقيت هجرة الحيوانات خارج القارة الأفريقية.

وقد اشتمل الفريق على أعضاء من جامعة أكسفورد معمل جيرمي سيرل الوراثي في كورنويل. تظهر الصورة أعضاء الفريق العلمي برئاسة د. نيكول بوفين وعدد من الطالبات.

Study dates arrival of humans in Asia

li-lake-tobaAnatomically modern humans arrived in Asia within the last 70,000 years.

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Modern humans arrived in South Asia 25000 years later than previously thought

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