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  1. Genetic research indicates arrival of humans in Japan by 37,000 BP. Archeological remains at the Tategahana Paleolithic Site at Lake Nojiri have been dated as early as 47,000 BP. The earliest known remains of Cro-Magnon-like humans are radiocarbon dated to 43,000–46,000 BP, found in Bulgaria, Italy, and Great Britain.

  2. Feb 15, 2021 · Evolution of Humans and the Rise of Modern Civilization. Some 15 to 20 different species of early human-like species ( humanoids) are currently recognized. However, not all scientists studying human evolution agree how these species are related or how or why they died out. The majority of early human species left no living descendants.

  3. There were four main stages of human evolution. The first, between four and seven million years ago, consisted of the proto hominins Sahelanthropus, Orrorin and Ardipithecus. These humans may have been bipedal, meaning they walked upright on two legs. The second stage, around four million years ago, was marked by the appearance of ...

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  5. Early Roman Civilization, 753-509BC. The Roman poet Ovid (43 B.C.-. A.D. 17) composed the above lines as the Epilogue to his poem, M etamorphosis, sometime around A.D. 9. Augustus Caesar had been imperator of the Roman Empire for more than twenty years.

  6. modern human origins and the Homo sapiens fossil record. -African archaic H. sapiens evolved into modern H. sapiens at least by 160,000 yBP and as early as 200,000 yBP. -there was an early and a late group of archaics in Europe and Asia that diverged approx. 130,000 yBP. early archaic Homo sapiens.

  7. Jan 11, 2012 · Originally the fossils, Omo I (a partial skull and skeleton) and Omo II (a partial skull), were thought to be 130,000 years old, but a dating reanalysis in 2005 revealed they were much older ...