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Neanderthals Were as Smart as Early Humans. Anthropologists have found that complex interbreeding and assimilation may have been responsible for their disappearance about 40,000 years ago, not the superiority of their humans. “Although many still search for a simple explanation and like to attribute the Neanderthal demise to a single factor, such as cognitive or technological inferiority, archaeology shows that there is no support for such interpretations.”

Neanderthals Were as Smart as Early Humans. Anthropologists have found that complex interbreeding and assimilation may have been responsible for their disappearance about 40,000 years ago, not the superiority of their humans. “Although many still search for a simple explanation and like to attribute the Neanderthal demise to a single factor, such as cognitive or technological inferiority, archaeology shows that there is no support for such interpretations.”

The oldest known purse was found with Ötzi the Iceman who lived around 3,300 BC. [800x525]

The oldest known purse was found with Ötzi the Iceman who lived around 3,300 BC. [800x525]

A forensic reconstruction of a woman who lived 47,000 to 17,000 years ago at Abri-Pataud, France

A forensic reconstruction of a woman who lived 47,000 to 17,000 years ago at Abri-Pataud, France

Meet the ancestors: French exhibit reveals prehistoric faces

Meet the ancestors: French exhibit reveals prehistoric faces

French make-up artist turned palaeontology expert and sculptor Elisabeth Daynes, has painstakingly created a model of “the woman from the Pataud shelter”. Believed to have lived around years...

The Two-Thousand Yard Stare is a portrait of a young marine who has had all, or more than, he can take. The staring eyes, the slack lips, the sleepwalker's stance. I've seen men with that look on their faces. I've had it on my own face. It feels stiff, and the muscles don't want to work right when you try to smile, or show expression, or talk. Mercifully, you're out of it for a while; unmercifully, down in the center of that numbness, though, you know you will have to come back eventually.

The Two-Thousand Yard Stare is a portrait of a young marine who has had all, or more than, he can take. The staring eyes, the slack lips, the sleepwalker's stance. I've seen men with that look on their faces. I've had it on my own face. It feels stiff, and the muscles don't want to work right when you try to smile, or show expression, or talk. Mercifully, you're out of it for a while; unmercifully, down in the center of that numbness, though, you know you will have to come back eventually.

Princess Ukok: sculptor's impression of what she looked like 2,500 years ago

The astonishing 2,500 year old tattoos of a Siberian princess, and how they reveal little has changed in the way we decorate our bodies

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