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100,000 year Mayan age 105 - 5
3rd Great year 77.76 - 51.84
2nd Great year 51.84 - 25.92
Interbreeding between Humans & Neanderthals 54,000 - 40,000 14,000
Haplogroup F  Sri Lankan, Indian, Nepali, SE Asia vCF ^F1 F2 F3 GHIJK SAs 28 60,000
  Haplogroup C  +Kazakh, Mongolian, Nat Am, Manchurian , -Korean, Aborigine vCF ^C1, C2 C SWAs 4 53,000
  Haplogroup GHIJK vF ^ G, HIJK  Caucasus, W Asia G, J, R S Asia H, J, L, R Europe I, J, Q, R, N E Asia, SE Asia,  Oceania K, M, N, P, O, S C Asia P, Q, R most Native Americans Q, R As 8 47,500
  Haplogroup HIJK vGHIJK ^H, IJK Eur, C As I, J, N, Q R M East NE Af J T S As H, L, R SE Asia E Asia O Oceania K, M, O , S many Native Americans Q As 4 47,500
  Haplogroup IJK vHIJK ^IJ, K Eur I J R N M East,  NE Africa J, T S As  J L R E As,SE As,  Pacific K M O P S N Eurasia N Q Native Americans Q R 3 47,000
  Haplogroup H vHIJK ^H1, H2, H3 Romani, Kmer, Bell Breaker Culture S As 3 47,000
  Haplogroup IJ vIJK ^I, J Scandinavia, Balkans, Anatolia, M East, Caucasus, Levant, Mesopotamia, coastal N Af. Americas,  Australasia. W As 9 44,400
  Haplogroup K vIJK ^K2, LT  Island South East Asia, Melanesia S As 4 47,000
  Haplogroup I vIJ ^I, I1, I2  N Eur, SE Eur ^Caucasus, Eur, SW As 4 33,000
  Haplogroup J vIJ ^J-M172J-M267  ^W As vN Af,  Horn Af, Socotra,  Caucasus, S Eur, W, C, S,  SE As .44,400
  Haplogroup LT vK ^LT  ^S, W As vHorn of Af, N Af, S, W, C Asia,  Europe 2 44,400
  Haplogroup K2 vK ^K2A, K2B, K2C, K2D, K2E  ^SW As vAustralasiaOcSESEC Asia,  AmericasEurHorn of Africa 1 44,400
  Haplogroup K2a vK2 ^K-M2313, NO ^Eurasia vE A, N Eurasia,  SE Asia 2 55 - 47 NO 47 - 38
  Haplogroup K2b vK2 ^K2b1, P ^SE As vSE Asia, Oceania 4 50 - 40
  Haplogroup NO vK2a1 ^N, O ^E SE As vChina, Japan, Mongolia, Korea, Tuvalu, Samoa 4 45,620
  Haplogroup N vK2a1 ^N, O ^E SE As vChina, Japan, Mongolia, Korea, Tuvalu, Samoa 4 45,620
  Haplogroup T  vLT ^T1, T2 ^Horn Af vAfars, Somalis, Antemoro  Madagascar Lodha, Bauri, Yerukula, Raju,  Mahli  E India Armenians Sasoon, Turkey  Chians Cretans  Lasithi Greece  Saccensi, Aquilanis Italy Fula  West/Central Africa  Ibizans Spain  Jews NE Portugal;  Lemba  S Af Bakhtiaris, Kermani, Zoroastrians  Iran  Tuareg, Toubou, S Egyptians  N Africa Georgians; Tajiks,  Kazakhs  Central Asia  Quechua  S America 28 40,000
Chinese >< Piman , Uzbek , Samoan , Korean >< New Guinea >< Italian >< Georgian , German >< Saami , English , Crimean , Dutch , French 60
Hausa >< Mbuti 57
Georgian >< German 53
Yoruba 2 >< Lisongo 52
Pimian >< Uzbeck >< Samoan >< Korean 51
Siberian Inuit >< Guarani >< Japanese 41
Evenki , Buriat , Khirgiz >< Warao 37
Saami >< Eng , Crim , Dutch , French 36
                              A L M T       L L                     M M S                                                   A N D H O E G L D K           S B   H                   W R   Y           C
Hominids 7.2M - Present
115,000 - 11,700 103,300 Last Glacial Period
Tarantian Age 126,000 - 11,650 114,350
Pleistocene Epoch 2.588 - 11,650 2,576,350
Neanderthal Man, in Africa & Europe 100 - 40 60
 
    Cro-Magnon 48 - 11 37
 
People from Mu migrate to Central & South America. 52 - 12
King Suiren of China 458,123 - 2123 456,000 
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500 Fut 48,000 - 42,000 BC AD
42,000 - 36,000
36,000 - 30,000
Pleistocene Epoch
2.588 - 11,650 2,576,350
Tarantian Age
126,000 - 11,650 114,350
60 - 11 49 Channel islands mammoth, Mammuthus ecilis, Channel islands, California 
60 - 50 10 Barents–Kara Ice Sheet gouges lakes.
60  Y-chromosomal Adam in Africa (most likely Ethiopia or Sudan). He is most recent common ancestor from whom all male human Y chromosomes are descended.
Y-chromosomal Adam is not same individual at all points in human history. most recent common patrilineal ancestor of humans alive today is different from one for humans who will be alive a thousand years in future: as male lines die out, a more recent individual, Y-mrca of a subtree of preceding Y-Adam, becomes new Y-Adam.
60 - 0 Pangolin Manidae, Pholidota, Pholidotamorpha, Ferae, Ferungulata, Mammalia, 1821
60? - 0 Tortoise
60 Canary hotspot.
59 Xenarthra Magnorder, Placentalia, Mammalia, 1889
57 Cro-Magnons in Europe.
57 - 29 28 Marine Isotope Stage 3
56 Afroinsectiphilia Superorder Afrotheria, Mammalia, 4Or
55±5  Amud 7 Homo neanderthalensis Israel
55±5  LB 1 (Hobbit) Homo floresiensis2003 Liang BuaIndonesia Peter Brown
55 Manot 1 Homo sapiens 2008 Israel
54.5±8.5  Tam Pa Ling Cave Homo sapiens  2009

Pleistocene Epoch
2.588 - 11,650 2,576,350
Tarantian Age
126,000 - 11,650 114,350
54 - 52.722 Conferences of five nations about wild troublesome animals.
54 - 52 Atlantean technology advances.
52 Pole shift
52 Mu & Atlantis lose land to sea.
52 Atlantis becomes five islands.
52 Maninjau Caldera  20x8km, West Sumatra; VEI 7; around  ka; 220 to 250 cubic kilometers (52.8 to 60.0 cu mi) of tephra
52.5±7.5  La Quina 5 Homo neanderthalensis France
52.5±7.5  La Quina 18 Homo neanderthalensis France
52 - 12 People from Mu migrate to Central & South America.
50 - 40 10 Emiran culture in the Fertile Crescent
50 Bennett Lake Volcanic Complex    
50±10  Mungo Man Homo sapiens 1974
50±10  Mt. Circeo 1 Homo neanderthalensis 1939 Italy Prof. Blanc
25.92 - 21-21-2012 One Great Year. Astrological age cycle crossing Galactic plane. Solar systems revolution around Sirius.
10,000 - Present Holocene Epoch
50 Neanderthal dissapeared from Asia. 1200 - 1900 CC cranium
49.2±2.5  SID-00B Homo neanderthalensis1994 Sidrón CaveSpain
52 - 12 People from Mu migrate to Central & South America.
50 Modern humans expand from Asia to Australia & Europe. Expansion along coasts happens faster than expansion inland.
Pleistocene Epoch
2.588 - 11,650 2,576,350
Tarantian Age
126,000 - 11,650 114,350
48 - 40 8 Bohunician industry was a paleolithic archeological industry in South-Central and East Europe preceeded by Emiran followed by AhmarianLevantine AurignacianChâtelperronian
50 - 40 10  human behavior arose through cognitive, genetic changes abruptly around 
46 - 21 25 Lake Minchin is a name of an ancient lake in the Altiplano of South America. It existed where today the Salar de UyuniSalar de Coipasa and Lake Poopó
46 - 42 4 Ahmarian culture Levant  SyriaLebanonIsrael and Jordan Levallois technique preceded by AterianEmiranBohunician followed by Levantine Aurignacian, Châtelperronian, AurignacianEurope
44.5 - 36 8.5 Châtelperronian  industry  La Grotte des Fées type, preceeded by Mousterian followed by AurignacianPérigordian
43 Lincombian-Ranisian-Jerzmanowician culture leaf points made on long blades made by the last Neanderthals
43 - 26 17 Aurignacian tradition early modern humans preceeded by AhmarianChâtelperronian followed by  Gravettian
sites: E Spain, Cantabria, Pyrenees, Aquitaine, Burgundy, Languedoc, Provence, Liguria, Central Italy, Adriatic, Bosnia, Slovenis, Venice, Meuse-Rhine, Swabia, Lower /austria, Moravia, Silesiaa, Bukk mountains, E Slovakia, transylvania, Uraine-Moravia, Don Valley, Crimea, Greece, Levantine Aurignacian
41 Amud 1 Homo neanderthalensis 1961 Israel Hisashi Suzuki

 

 


Pleistocene Epoch
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Tarantian Age
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42 - 5 37 Lake Tengger Tengger Desert 

41.5 Kurile Lake, Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia; Golygin eruption; about  ka; VEI 7

40+ Ngarrabullgan Australia
37 Sophisticated cave art in southwestern Europe & South America
40,000 - 1500 41,500 Giant Moa New Zealand
40 Writings on stone or burnt clay tablens in India & Tibet.
41 - 37Szeleta Culture is a transitional archaeological culture between the Middle paleolithic and the Upper Palaeolithic, found in AustriaMoravia, northern Hungary, and southern Poland  preceded by the Bohunician succeeded by the Gravettian Neanderthals or modern humans.
40 Neanderthal 1 Homo neanderthalensis1856 Germany Johann Carl Fuhlrott
40 Denisova hominin (X-Woman) Homo sp. Altai 2008 Russia Johannes Krause, et al.
40 hominin toe boneka Homo sp. Altai (possible Neanderthal-Denisovan hybrid) 2010 Russia
40 Oase 1 Homo sapiens  (EEMH x Neanderthal hybrid) 2002 Romania
40±10 Engis 2 Homo neanderthalensis 1829 Belgium Philippe-Charles Schmerling
40±10  Gibraltar 1 Homo neanderthalensis 1848 Gibraltar Captain Edmund Flint
40±10  Le Moustier Homo neanderthalensis 1909 France
40±10  Denisovan tooth Homo sp. Altai 2000 Russia
40-37 Kostenki-14 (Markina Gora) Homo sapiens (EEMH) 1954 Russia
39 Coso Volcanic Field last eruption  Inyo County, California, W Basin & Range geologic province & N Mojave Desert.
38 - 7,113  Paleolake Tehuelche Lakes Torres del PainePatagonia
37.30±0.83  SID-20 Homo neanderthalensis 1994 Sidrón CaveSpain
37 Balangoda man Homo sapiens 2012 Sri Lanka
36 Hofmeyr Skull Homo sapiens  1952 South Africa
Pleistocene Epoch
2.588 - 11,650 2,576,350
Tarantian Age
126,000 - 11,650 114,350
36 Lake Thompson California
36 - 18 18 Baradostian culture Zagros region in the border-country between Iraq and Iran high percentage of burins preceded by Mousterian followed by  Zarzian cultureTrialetian
35 - 29 6  Levantine Aurignacian Culture Levant preceded by EmiranAhmarian followed by
- 33 Populations of steppe mammoth persisted in N China & Mongolia
33,000 Red Lady of Paviland Upper Paleolihic Art in Europe
32 - 30 2 BP Chauvet Cave Chauvet horses
32 Cave art in Brazil.
32 Harney Basin endorheic SE Oregon USA NW corner of the Great Basin. One of the least populated areas of  contiguous USA,  lava flows formed the Malheur Gap, separating the watershed of the basin from the Malheur River, tributary of Snake River. Inhabited 10.
31 Mladeč Caves Czech Republic
31 Modern humans enter North America from Siberia in numerous wAves, some later waves across Bering land bridge, but early waves probably by island-hopping across Aleutians. At least two of first waves had left few or no genetic descendants among Americans by time Europeans arrived across Atlantic Ocean. Humans reach Solomon Islands. Humans move into Japan.
M343, a genetic marker, first appears. This marker is estimated to have originated in an individual male in Africa 30,000 or more years ago & has propagated since then. This genetic marker is carried by most Western Europeans. It is carried by 70% of entire population of England & 90% of some parts of Spain & Ireland & is also descended from Cro-Magnon.
33±4.5 Wadjak 1  Homo sapiens  (proto-Australoid 1888 Indonesia
33 Red Lady of Paviland Homo sapiens 1823 UK William Buckland
32 Yamashita-Cho Man Homo sapiens 1962 Japan
31 - 16 15 Last Glacial Maximum in Britain Dimlington Stadial
30 Neanderthal dissapeared from Europe. 1200 - 1900 CC cranium
30 Cro-Magnon 1 Homo sapiens  (EEMH) 1868 France

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