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aboutarchivescontactlinks anthropology.net ~ beyond bones & stones search: the oldest humans, aboriginal australians 23 friday sep 2016 posted by kambiz kamrani in blog, physical anthropology ≈ 4 comments tagsaustralia, genetics, human evolution, peopling of australia, physical anthropology, population genetics a genetic and cultural analysis, published in nature, of 83 aboriginal australians and 25 papuans from new guinea suggests there was just one wave of humans out of africa, 72,000 years ago. these these early migrants gave rise to all contemporary non-africans, including indigenous australians and papuans. this group descended directly from the first people to inhabit the continent some 50,000 years ago. that makes them world’s longest running civilization. lockhart river dance troupe at the laura aboriginal dance festival. laura, queensland, australia. copyright:© andrew watsonmanjinder sandhu, a senior author from the sanger institute and university of cambridge, stated, “our results suggest that, rather than having left in a separate wave, most of the genomes of papuans and aboriginal australians can be traced back to a single ‘out of africa’ event which led to modern worldwide populations. there may have been other migrations, but the evidence so far points to one exit event.” the ancestoral split from this pioneering group around 58,000 years ago as these prehistoric australians and papuans continued to make their eastward journey. “sahul”—a prehistoric supercontinent that connected australia, new guinea, and tasmania was occupied around 8,000 years later, and the rising sea levels isolated them off from the rest of the world about 10,000 years ago. they’ve been there ever since. there are several other intriguing findings of this study. for starters, the authors uncovered genetic evidence that points to the existence of an unknown human species, possibly denisovans, that interbred with anatomically modern humans as they migrated through africa. the researchers also presented new perspectives on how aboriginal culture itself developed. an internal migration happened some 4,000 years ago, explaining the presence of younger languages and the emergence of new stone technologies in the archaeological record. 40.475142 -74.282486 previous articles aside what does our iceman ötzi sound like? september 23, 2016 the team behind ötzi the iceman reconstructed his vocal cords using a series of ct scans. they announced the project back … continue reading → using technology to save endangered languages september 19, 2016 there are many endangered languages in our collective linguistic radar. some of them have been covered here before and some haven’t. in 2007, joshua … continue reading → image the resilience of the awá against modernity september 12, 2016 over at the washington post, there’s an interesting article documenting how two amazonian awá tribeswomen have escaped the modern life … continue reading → did lucy fall from a tree and die? september 6, 2016 four decades after the discovery of lucy, her remains are quite possibly the most famous discovery in paleoanthropology and one … continue reading → no, neanderthals didn’t give us schizophrenia august 18, 2016 thanks to twin studies, schizophrenia is one of the few mental illnesses that we know have a genetic inheritance pattern. … continue reading → aside the oldest evidence of cancer july 31, 2016 in two papers published in the south african journal of science, researchers say they’ve found the oldest definitive evidence of malignancy in a hominid. prior to this discovery, the oldest known hominin tumor was found in the rib of a neanderthal dating back to around 120,000 years ago. continue reading → aside more evidence to support neanderthals as cannibals july 12, 2016 neanderthal remains from troisième caverne in goyet, belgium have cut marks that imply they were butchered and processed for consumption … continue reading → aside “a story of us” podcast june 28, 2016 frances sutton, a graduate student, from the anthropology department at osu, emailed me today to let me know of an … continue reading → neanderthal, the interior cave decorator may 27, 2016 a pile of hundreds of broken stalagmite pieces found deep inside bruniquel cave, france were made by humans from about … continue reading → ← older posts recent posts the oldest humans, aboriginal australians what does our iceman ötzi sound like? 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