Neolithic ruins, hearth places, bones, samples dating the late Middle Paleolithic
were discovered at the depth of 4 meters.
The lead author of the study and a researcher at the University of Barcelona, JoAaAaAeAeAaAaAeA o ZilhAaAaAeAeAaAaAeA o, said in the press release, "technol the Middle Paleolithic
in Europe is exclusively associated with the Neanderthals."
Together with flint tools which are 250,000 years old from the Middle Paleolithic
period, archaeologists were astounded to find a fascinating reminder from the First World War.
The reserve's Valley of Adonis, which is on the list of tentative UNESCO World Heritage Sites, was once a crossroads for ancient human civilizations, a place containing evidence of human history starting from the Middle Paleolithic
Iran's artifacts from the Middle Paleolithic
period, 200,000-40,000 BC, have been found mainly in the Zagros region, at sites such as Warwasi and Yafteh Cave
The archaeological deposits of the cave date back to between about 39,000 and 100,000 years ago to the Middle Paleolithic
Extensive occupation of Inner Paphlagonia began in the Early Bronze Age; survey yielded very little evidence from the Paleolithic period (Lower and Middle Paleolithic
), virtually no evidence of Neolithic occupation, and scant evidence from the Chalcolithic period.
Jebel Fayah has been the focus of years of excavation, yielding thousands of human tools that expose migration to the site characterised by its various cultural periods and historic phases extending from Middle Paleolithic
to the 18th century A.D.
"The worship of skulls appeared in the earliest times of humanity, since there is evidence of post-mortem decapitation already among the hominids of the Lower Paleolithic...and the Middle Paleolithic
Nery Delgado also collected in this layer a rich flint, quartz and quartzite artifact assemblage, assigned to the Middle Paleolithic
, as well as to the Acheulian due to the presence of a single biface found at a depth of 5.8 meters in the corridor section of the cave.
Hasakah, north-east Syria, (SANA)-The archeological sites in Hemma region in al-Hasakah contain 6204 stone inscriptions date back to historical periods extending from the Middle Paleolithic
era to the 19th century AD.