Explora Fotografías Históricas ¡y mucho más!

Explorar temas relacionados

Crédito: Wiki Commons

Crédito: Wiki Commons

Hallan el cáncer de huesos más antiguo en un neardental de hace 120.000 años

Hallan el cáncer de huesos más antiguo en un neardental de hace 120.000 años

Work on material from Italy seems to show human settlers pushing Neanderthals out. Mousterian tools were common there 45,000 years ago, when human-made Uluzzian material first appeared. By 44,000 years ago, humans were sharing Italy with a dwindling Neanderthal population. By 42,000 years ago, the Neanderthals were gone.

Work on material from Italy seems to show human settlers pushing Neanderthals out. Mousterian tools were common there 45,000 years ago, when human-made Uluzzian material first appeared. By 44,000 years ago, humans were sharing Italy with a dwindling Neanderthal population. By 42,000 years ago, the Neanderthals were gone.

Iron-Age-Peoples

Iron-Age-Peoples

Garamantian (500 BC - 700 AD)

Garamantian (500 BC - 700 AD)

Map of the emergence of agriculture, between 5000 and 500 BCE.

Map of the emergence of agriculture, between 5000 and 500 BCE.

Old Stone Age or Paleolithic Period (2,000,000 B.C.). New Stone Age or Neolithic Period (10,000 B.C.), 1 line across the board = from 10,000 BC = Neolithic (New Stone) Age to today

Old Stone Age or Paleolithic Period (2,000,000 B.C.). New Stone Age or Neolithic Period (10,000 B.C.), 1 line across the board = from 10,000 BC = Neolithic (New Stone) Age to today

Once it was believed that cultural advances had spread from east to west due to invasion and conquest. Current theories now hold that migration and peaceful cultural diffusion was most likely the case.

Once it was believed that cultural advances had spread from east to west due to invasion and conquest. Current theories now hold that migration and peaceful cultural diffusion was most likely the case.

1024px-Roman-Empire_477ad

1024px-Roman-Empire_477ad

Grimaldi peoples

Grimaldi peoples

Pinterest
Buscar