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    Ancient teeth show some early humans came to Israel from Europe 40,000 years ago



    First the first time, scientists have uncovered rare 40,000-year-old human teeth dating to the period of the elusive Aurignacian culture in the Levant, which indicate these early humans came to the region through reverse migration from Europe, according to Dr. Racheli Sarig, of Tel Aviv University’s School of Dental Medicine and Dan David Center Center for Human Evolution and Bio-History Research.

    This evidence may put to rest a decades-long chicken-and-egg debate between researchers trying to prove which direction the Aurignacian people moved. The 40,000-year-old teeth found in Israel show that these early Europeans brought their artistic culture to the Mideast.

    https://www.timesofisrael.com/40000-...YeV3dkrRvVwtSo

    Oldest Aurignacian is dated 43.500 yo in Willendorf, Austria, along the Danube.
    Their Y-DNA was C1a2.

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    Ok so this is were experts explain why are Cro magnons moving in the wrong direction ?
    They must have been very good at swimming :)

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