February 26, 2024

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A discovery in a cave in Germany is redefining human history

A discovery in a cave in Germany is redefining human history

Around 45,000 years ago, Europe underwent significant changes. Neanderthal dominance on the continent began to wane, while the emerging human race emerged and spread. Homo sapiens. During the Middle to Upper Paleolithic transition, a period spanning several millennia, there was coexistence and even genetic contact between Neanderthals and sapiens, as evidenced by the 2% Neanderthal DNA in the current human genome.

In this context, both Neanderthals and Sapiens developed distinct cultures. An example is the Lingambian-Ranician-Gersmanovician (LRJ) culture associated with a specific stone industry in northwestern and central Europe. Germany to Great Britain. It has been a puzzle to scientists that this culture gave rise to one of the two human races.