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  1. Sep 23, 2015 · The archaeological remains of early humans in the Americas have been sparse so far, indicating that populations were either late to arrive or slow to grow. I believe, however, that linguistic and genetic evidence argues for an early occupation of the Americas—before the last great Ice Age.[82]

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  2. During the time known as the Ubaid Period (c. 6,500 – 3,800 BCE), the earliest signs of civilization began as agriculture and animal husbandry were widely practiced in sedentary communities. This gave rise to the Sumerians, who are credited as the first urban civilization in the world.

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  4. Sep 25, 2017 · The term “cradle of civilization” is synonymous for “birthplace of civilization.” In other words, it’s a place where civilization began. Some experts believe there was no one single “cradle,” but rather several civilizations developed independently.

  5. Jan 30, 2017 · Researchers have discovered the earliest known ancestor of humans - along with a vast range of other species. They say that fossilised traces of the 540-million-year-old creature are "exquisitely ...

  6. Oct 29, 2019 · Our analysis, published in Nature today, shows that the earliest population of modern humans (Homo sapiens sapiens) arose 200,000 years ago in an area that covers parts of modern-day Botswana ...

  7. Feb 9, 2022 · The discoveries push back the earliest date of our species — Homo sapiens — in Europe by roughly 10,000 years, to about 54,000 years ago, according to a study on the findings published ...

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