10 Ancient Murder Mysteries Well Never Solve Pictures & Images

10 Ancient Murder Mysteries We’ll Never Solve

10 Ancient Murder Mysteries We’ll Never Solve


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10 Ancient Murder Mysteries We'll Never Solve - Listverse

10 Ancient Murder Mysteries We'll Never Solve - Listverse


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10 Ancient Murder Mysteries We’ll Never Solve

10 Ancient Murder Mysteries We’ll Never Solve


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10 Ancient Murder Mysteries We'll Never Solve - Listverse

10 Ancient Murder Mysteries We'll Never Solve - Listverse


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The Sultan's Palace: 1937 - also reported as one of the most haunted h...

The Sultan's Palace: 1937 - also reported as one of the most haunted houses in New Orleans. In 1870, The sultan, all his servants and his entire harem were brutally murdered, all hacked to death. The case was never solved.


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homo floresiensis:En 2003, en yacimientos en la cueva de Liang Bua, se...

homo floresiensis:En 2003, en yacimientos en la cueva de Liang Bua, se descubrió un esqueleto subfósil, datado en 18 000 años, designado como LB1, muy completo excepto por los huesos del brazo, que todavía no se habían encontrado.


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Lucy Australopithecus afarensis Skull

Lucy Australopithecus afarensis Skull


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The worlds oldest knife, made from pressure flaked silcrete. When: 75...

The worlds oldest knife, made from pressure flaked silcrete. When: 75,000 B.C. (Around 37,000 Years Ago). Where: Blombos Cave, South Africa. These were the main weapons used in humankind’s battle against the animals.


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KNM ER 3733 is a fossilized hominid cranium of the extinct hominid Hom...

KNM ER 3733 is a fossilized hominid cranium of the extinct hominid Homo ergaster, which is interchangeably referred to as Homo erectus It was discovered in Koobi Fora, Kenya, right next to Lake Turkana, by Bernard Ngeneo, a field worker for Richard Leakey, in 1975. This fossil is approximately 1.7 m...


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HOMO ERGASTER (Wikipedia.org) 'The Working Man' (aka African Homo erec...

HOMO ERGASTER (Wikipedia.org) 'The Working Man' (aka African Homo erectus) is a chronospecies of Homo that lived in eastern and southern Africa during the early Pleistocene, between 1.8 million and 1.3 million years ago.


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One of the characteristics of the giant skeletons found in North Ameri...

One of the characteristics of the giant skeletons found in North America is their "archaic" type skulls that included a furrowed brow, a sloping forehead and a massive jaw.


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One beautiful Neandertal Man. The only one ever made not to look stup...

One beautiful Neandertal Man. The only one ever made not to look stupid. Their brains were bigger than ours and lasted hundreds of thousands of years longer than homo sapiens have.


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Fossil finds in China are challenging ideas about the evolution of mod...

Fossil finds in China are challenging ideas about the evolution of modern humans and our closest relatives.


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skull

skull


03.09.2015 0

Neanderthals buried their dead, an international team of archaeologist...

Neanderthals buried their dead, an international team of archaeologists has concluded after a 13-year study of remains discovered in southwestern France.


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Some of Europe's earliest inhabitants mysteriously vanished toward the...

Some of Europe's earliest inhabitants mysteriously vanished toward the end of the last ice age and were largely replaced by others, a new genetic analysis finds. The genetic turnover was likely the result of a rapidly changing climate, which the earlier inhabitants of Europe couldn't adapt to


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There’s a lot to see in The Field Museum’s Evolving Planet exhibit...

There’s a lot to see in The Field Museum’s Evolving Planet exhibition—a rock bearing traces of life from a billion years ago, a seventy-two-foot-long Apatosaurus, a towering prehistoric giant sloth. But two new displays in the section on human evolution have been literally stopping visitors in...


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dmanisi republic of georgia | ... skull, Dmanisi, 1.8 million year old...

dmanisi republic of georgia | ... skull, Dmanisi, 1.8 million year old hominins, Republic of Georgia


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Figure 7.

Figure 7.


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Homo heidelbergensis, Atapuerca.

Homo heidelbergensis, Atapuerca.


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homo erectus

homo erectus


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Oh I'm sorry, was evolution too hard for you???

Oh I'm sorry, was evolution too hard for you???


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Paranthropus boisei was first discovered by Mary Leaky in 1959 and was...

Paranthropus boisei was first discovered by Mary Leaky in 1959 and was first termed Zinjanthropus boisei or Zinj.  The oldest Paranthropus boisei was found at Omo, Ethiopia and dates to approx 2.3 Ma, while the youngest was found at Olduvai Gorge, and dates to approx 1.2 Ma.  P. boisei is best kno...


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Genetic analysis of ancient Alaskan child suggests the region was sett...

Genetic analysis of ancient Alaskan child suggests the region was settled by people crossing from Asia 25,000 years ago


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Neanderthal brains evolved very differently from those of modern human...

Neanderthal brains evolved very differently from those of modern humans, a new study says. It could have been what led to their extinction.


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