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The earliest evidence for anatomically modern humans in northwestern Europe (2011)
Journal Article
Gröning, F., O’Higgins, P., Groening, F., Fagan, M., Chandler, B., Collins, C., …Trinkaus, E. (2011). The earliest evidence for anatomically modern humans in northwestern Europe. Nature, 479(7374), (521-524). doi:10.1038/nature10484. ISSN 0028-0836

The earliest anatomically modern humans in Europe are thought to have appeared around 43,000-42,000 calendar years before present (43-42 kyr cal BP), by association with Aurignacian sites and lithic assemblages assumed to have been made by modern hum... Read More