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Neanderthal 450 - 40 410    
 
Neanderthals in Africa & Europe 100 - 40 60
 
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Hominid Skeletons 7.2 - Present
  Late Atlantis 19,100 - 11,600 7500  
    Homo Sapien Sapiens Cro-Magnon 48 - 15 33  
 
Mu migration
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King Suiren China 458,123 - 2123 456,000 
           
     
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  Antique Bison, Bison occidentalis, Shrub Ox 240,000 - 11,650 228,350 Timeline
  Y-MRCA most recent common ancestor  250,000  saiga antelope 100,000 - Present
  Haplogroup A00  Bangwa Cameroon 270,000 Haplogroup A-L1085 Namibia Tsumkwe, San, Nama S Sudan Dinka, Shilluk, Nuer Ethiopia, Israel 161,300
  Haplogroup A-P305 Bakola PygmiesCameroon Berbers Algeria Ghana hunter-gatherer S Africa Nilotic E Africa 140,000
  Haplogroup BT progenitor clade of haplogroups B & CT 75,000
  Haplogroup CT Out of Africa Adam NE Africa 100,000
  Haplogroup B (B-M60 Pygmies (Baka & MbutiHadzabe Tanzania  Khoisan Kingdom  62,500
  Haplogroup DE vCT ^E,D E Africa/Eurasia  72,500
  Haplogroup CF Shan SE Burma vCT ^C,F ? 143  72,500
  Haplogroup D Tibet, Mongol, Japan, Andaman Is, Philipines, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Syria E, C, SE, W Asia, Af  vDE ^D1,D2 Af 1 73,200
Chibanian Age 781,000 - 126,000 655,000
  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
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Quaternary Period 2.588M - Present
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500 Fut 180 - 120 BC AD
120 - 60
60 - 0
Quaternary Period 2.588M - Present
Pleistocene Epoch
2.588 - 11,650 2,576,350
Chibanian Age
781,000 - 126,000
655,000
286±32 Jebel Irhoud 1–5 Homo sapiens 1991 Morocco
275±25 Samu Homo heidelbergensis 1964 Hungary
259±35 Florisbad Skull early Homo sapiens or Homo heidelbergensis
or Homo helmei 1932 S Africa T. F. Dreyer, G. Venter
250±50 Galilee Man Homo heidelbergensis 1925 Israel Francis Turville-Petre
250 Saccopastore 1 Homo neanderthalensis 1929 Italy Mario Grazioli
250 Ngandong 7 Homo erectus 1931 Indonesia C. ter Haar and G. H. R. von Koenigswald
Quaternary Period 2.588M - Present
Pleistocene Epoch
2.588 - 11,650 2,576,350
Chibanian Age
781,000 - 126,000 655,000
230 Bontnewydd (Pontynewydd) Homo neanderthalensis 1981 UK
210 Apidima 1 (LAO 1/S1) Homo sapiens 1978 Apidima Cave / Greece Theodore Pitsios
209±23 (disputed) Dali Homo erectus
or  Homo sapiens 1978 China Shuntang Liu
200±40 Petralona Homo heidelbergensis  (uncertain) 1960 Greece
200 - 0Homo Sapiens Sapiens
195±5 Omo remains Homo sapiens  1967 Ethiopia Richard Leakey
187±13 Misliya-1 Homo sapiens  2002 Israel Israel Hershkovitz
Quaternary Period 2.588M - Present
Pleistocene Epoch
2.588 - 11,650 2,576,350
Chibanian Age
781,000 - 126,000
655,000
170 Apidima 2 (LAO 1/S2) Homo neanderthalensis1978 Apidima Cave / Greece Theodore Pitsios
160±30  Penghu 1 Homo tsaichangensis 2008 Taiwan National Museum of Natural Science
160 Herto remains Homo sapiens  1997 Ethiopia Tim White
160 Xiahe mandible Denisovan 1980 China
151±21 Altamura Man Homo neanderthalensis 1993 Italy in situ
130 - 71 59 Marine Isotope Stage 5
Tarantian Age
126,000 - 11,650 114,350
120±30 LH 18 Homo sapiens 1976 Ngaloba beds at LaetoliTanzaniaMary Leakey
120 Tabun C1 Homo neanderthalensis 1967 Israel
Quaternary Period 2.588M - Present
Pleistocene Epoch
2.588 - 11,650 2,576,350
Tarantian Age
126,000 - 11,650 114,350
117 Eve's footprints Homo sapiens 1995 South Africa David Roberts & Lee R. Berger
113.5±13.5 Krapina 3 Homo neanderthalensis 1899 Croatia Dragutin Gorjanović-Kramberger
110 Denisova 8 Homo sp. Altai 2010 Russia
110 Broken Hill 1 (Kabwe 1, Rhodesian Man) (?) Homo rhodesiensis (Homo heidelbergensis) 1921 Zambia Tom Zwiglaar
103±23 Scladina   Homo neanderthalensis1993 Belgium
100-90 Qafzeh 9 Homo sapiens 1933 Israel T. McCown & H. Moivus, Jr.
100±20 Skhul 5 Homo sapiens 1933 IsraelT. McCown & H. Moivus, Jr.
100±20  Skhul 9 Homo sapiens Israel
100±25 Klasies River Caves Homo sapiens 1960 South Africa Ray InskeepRobin SingerJohn WymerHilary Deacon
95±5  Qafzeh 6 Homo sapiens 1930 Israel
90 Denny Hybrid – (Homo neanderthalensis/ Homo sapiens denisova) 2012 Denisova Cave / Siberia / RussiaViviane Slon & Svante Pääbo Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology (Leipzig, Germany)
90 Modern humans enter Asia via two routes: one north through Middle East, & another route further south from Ethiopia, via Red Sea & southern Arabia. Mutation causes skin color changes in order to absorb optimal UV light for different geographical latitudes. Modern " race" formation begins. African populations remain more 'diverse' in their genetic makeup than all other humans, due to only a subset of their population leaving Africa.
75 Obi-Rakhmat 1 Homo neanderthalensis 2003 Uzbekistan
71 - 57 14 Marine Isotope Stage 4
70 Teshik-Tash Skull Homo neanderthalensis 1938 Uzbekistan A. Okladnikov
70 La Ferrassie 1 Homo neanderthalensis 1909 France R. Capitan & D. Peyrony
70±10  Shanidar 1 Homo neanderthalensis 1961 Iraq Ralph Solecki
160 La Chapelle-aux-Saints Homo neanderthalensis 1908 France A. & J. Bouyssonie & L. Bardon
60 Kebara 2 (Moshe) Homo neanderthalensis 1983 Israel
Quaternary Period 2.588M - Present
Pleistocene Epoch
2.588 - 11,650 2,576,350
Tarantian Age
126,000 - 11,650 114,350
57 - 29 28 Marine Isotope Stage 3
55±5  Amud 7 Homo neanderthalensis Israel
55±5  LB 1 (Hobbit) Homo floresiensis 2003 Liang BuaIndonesia Peter Brown
55 Manot 1 Homo sapiens 200 8Israel
54.5±8.5  Tam Pa Ling Cave Homo sapiens  2009
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±10  Mungo Man Homo sapiens 1974
50±10  Mt. Circeo 1 Homo neanderthalensis 1939 Italy Prof. Blanc
25.92 - 12-21-2012 1st Great Year. Astrological age cycle crossing Galactic plane. Solar systems revolution around Sirius.
10 - Present Holocene Epoch
50 Neanderthal dissapeared from Asia. 1200 - 1900 CC cranium
49.2±2.5  SID-00B Homo neanderthalensis 1994 Sidrón CaveSpain
41 Amud 1 Homo neanderthalensis 1961 Israel Hisashi Suzuki
40 Neanderthal 1 Homo neanderthalensis 1856 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
42-37 Oase 1 Homo sapiens  (EEMH x Neanderthal hybrid) 2002 Romania
40±10 Engis 2 Homo neanderthalensis 1829 BelgiumPhilippe-Charles Schmerling
40±10  Gibraltar 1 Homo neanderthalensis 1848 GibraltarCaptain 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
37.30±0.83  SID-20 Homo neanderthalensis1994 Sidrón CaveSpain
37 Balangoda man Homo sapiens 2012 Sri Lanka
36 Hofmeyr Skull Homo sapiens  1952 South Africa
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
30 Neanderthal dissapeared from Europe. 1200 - 1900 CC cranium
30 Cro-Magnon 1 Homo sapiens (EEMH) 1868 France
57 - 29 28 Marine Isotope Stage 3
29±5 WLH-50 Homo sapiens 1982 Australia
26 Predmost 3 Homo sapiens 1894 Czech Republic
24.5 Lapedo Child Homo neanderthalensis or Homo sapiens 1998 Portugal João Zilhão
24 Eel Point Homo sapiens  1997
24 MA-1 (Mal'ta boy) Homo sapiens  (ANE) 1920s
17±1 Minatogawa 1 Homo sapiens 1970
17 Tandou Homo sapiens 1967 AustraliaDuncan Merrilees
14.7 Gough's Cave Homo sapiens2010 UK
13 Iwo Eleru Skullka Homo sapiens  1965 Nigeria
13 Arlington Springs Man Homo sapiens 1959 United States Phil Orr
29 - 14 15 Marine Isotope Stage 2
14.5±2.5  Chancelade find Homo sapiens 1888 France
14 Villabruna 1 Homo sapiens (WHG) 1988 Italy
13.7 Bichon man Homo sapiens (WHG) 1956 Switzerland
13±1.5  Red Deer Cave Uncertain, possibly Homo sapiens 1979 China
Holocene Epoch 11,650 years ago to present
Greenlandian Age
11,650 - 8,236 3,414
11.5 Luzia Paleo-Indian 1975
11 Cerro Sota 2 1936 Chile
10 "Satsurblia" Caucasian Epipaleolithic (CHG) Georgia
13–9 Kow Swamp 1 1968
10±1  Talgai Skull 1886 Australia
10 La Brea Woman Paleo-Indian 1914 United States
9.6 Combe Capelle European Mesolithic 1909 France
9 Cheddar Man British Mesolithic 1903
9 Kennewick Man North American Mesolithic 1996
Northgrippian Age
8,236 - 4,250 BC
 3,986
8±3  Tepexpan man Paleo-Indian 1947 Mexico
8 Loschbour man (6000 BC) European Mesolithic (WHG) 1935 Luxembourg
7.9±0.1 Minnesota Woman Paleo-Indian 1931 Minnesota, United States
7.5±1.5  Lothagam 4b (Lo 4b) 1965-1975 Kenya
5.3 Ötzika (3300 BC) European Neolithic 1991 Ötztal Alps, Italy
Meghalayan Age
4,250 BC - Present
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