Evidence of Europe’s first Homo sapiens found in French cave

Talk by Dr Emma Pomeroy (Cambridge University)

CAHO seminar series, University of Southampton

Thursday 10th of February 2022 at 18:00 GMT

Reconsidering Neanderthal mortuary/funerary behaviour at Shanidar Cave, Iraqi Kurdistan: Insights from Shanidar Z and the Shanidar Cave Project

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Film screening: “Ladies and Princes of Prehistory” (52mn, 2021)The Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology (M.A.P.) and the Institute of Human Paleontology (IPH)Monday 7 February, 19:00 (Monaco time)

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE “First prehistoric settlement of the Alpes-Maritimes, Monaco and Ligurie within their palaeoenvironmental context”The Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology (M.A.P.) and the Institute of Human Paleontology (IPH)Monday 7, Tuesday 8, Wednesday 9 February, Monaco 

Earliest human remains in eastern Africa dated to more than 230,000 years ago Dawn of humanity pushed back 30,000 years

The importance of being Normal

Talk by Professor Uzy Smilansky (Department of Physics of Complex Systems, The Weizmann Institute of Science)

CAHO Seminar Series (University of Southampton, UK)

Thursday 13th January 2022 at 18:00 GMT

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Earliest known human burial in Africa

Earliest parietal art: hominin hand and foot traces from the middle Pleistocene of Tibet

Ancient footprints suggest famed human ancestor ‘Lucy’ had company

Reanalysis of 3.6-million-year-old footprints suggest a second kind of hominin walked in Lucy’s neighborhood

https://www.science.org/content/article/ancient-footprints-suggest-famed-human-ancestor-lucy-had-company

Talk by Dr Emma Pomeroy (Cambridge University), CAHO Seminar Series, University of Southampton: Reconsidering Neanderthal mortuary/funerary behaviour at Shanidar Cave, Iraqi Kurdistan: Insights from Shanidar Z and the Shanidar Cave Project, 2nd December 2021 at 18:00 GMT