Australia: The Land Where Time Began

A biography of the Australian continent 

Archaic Hominins

  1. Ancient Gene Flow Early Modern Humans to Eastern Neanderthals
  2. Archaic Hominin from East Asia – First systematic Assessment of Dental Growth and Development
  3. Neanderthals had human DNA Suggesting Modern Humans Migrated from Africa Earlier than Previously Believed
  4. Denisovan Admixture and the First Modern Human Dispersal into Southeast Asia and Oceania
  5. Denisova Cave Used by Denisovans for many thousands of Years
  6. Neanderthal Group Low Genetic Diversity in the El Sidrón, Asturias, Spain, Congenital Clefts of the Atlas, Possible Further Evidence of Low Genetic Diversity
  7. Neanderthals and Modern Humans – Adaptive Introgression Driven by RNA Viruses
  8. Human Deletion Variants that are Shared with the Genomes of Archaic Hominins – Evolution and Functional Impact
  9. Xujiayao Hominin from the Nihewan Basin, North China: Implications for Human Evolution in the Middle Pleistocene in East Asia
  10. Neanderthal – Shanidar 1 – External Auditory Exostoses and Hearing Loss
  11. Ancient Teeth, Phenetic Affinities, African Hominins, Where Homo naledi Fits in
  12. Dmanisi, Georgia, A Complete Skull, and the Evolutionary Biology of Early Homo
  13. Neanderthal from Chagyrskaya Cave – a High-Coverage Genome
  14. Neanderthals and Denisovans – Early History
  15. Neanderthal in the Karst – The Fossil Skeleton from Altamura (Italy), First Dating, Morphometric and Palaeogenetic Data
  16. Palaeoenvironmental Text of Middle Stone Age Record from Karungu, Lake Victoria Basin, Kenya – Implications for Dispersal of Humans and Fauna
  17. Apidima Cave Fossils – Earliest Evidence of Homo Sapiens in Eurasia
  18. Denisovan – A High-Coverage Genome from an Archaic Denisovan Individual




  1. 7.2 million-Year-Old Pre-Human Fossil Suggests Mankind Arose in Europe NOT Africa











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Author: M. H. Monroe
Last Updated 10/04/2021
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