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December 27, 2010
Professor Avi Gopher (L) and Dr. Ran Barkai, researchers from Tel Aviv University's Institute of Archaeology,...
ROSH HAAYIN, Israel
Professor Avi Gopher and Dr. Ran Barkai, researchers from Tel Aviv University's Institute of Archaeology,...
Professor Avi Gopher (L) and Dr. Ran Barkai, researchers from Tel Aviv University's Institute of Archaeology, stand at Qesem cave, an excavation site near the town of Rosh Ha'ayin, east of Tel Aviv, December 27, 2010. A group of International and Israeli researchers discovered pre-historic artefacts and human remains at the site that may prove the earliest existence of modern man was about 400, 000 years ago. If proven, it would change the currently accepted perception that modern man originated on the African continent about 200,000 years ago. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH)
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