Researchers have found evidence that the first pre-human, or hominin, walked in the Northern Greece-Balkans area, not Africa.
The first Neanderthal footprints from the Iberian Peninsula discovered last year may have belonged to other members of the genus ‘Homo.’ A little over a year ago, we reported on a large area at the foot of the Asperillo cliff...
Two Greek scientists have recently provided a credible explanation of why there has been little evidence of the Hominids' presence in Greece. Vangelis Tourloukis of the University of Tübingen in Germany and Panagiotis Karkanas of Ephoreia of Palaeoanthropology–Speleology of Southern...
The impressions had been made by hominids on Crete 5.6 million years ago, making them by far the oldest footprints ever discovered in Europe.
Researchers have found evidence that the link in the lineage of the great apes and humans took place in the Eastern Mediterranean -- not in Africa -- and that the first pre-human, or hominin, walked in the Northern Greece-Balkans...