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Early Human Collection

"Unveiling the Ancient Artistry: Journey into the Early Human World" Step back in time to the Stone Age

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Early Human Collection: Stone-age cave paintings, Chauvet, France
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Early Human Collection: Stone-age cave paintings, Chauvet, France
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Early Human Collection: Stone-age cave paintings, Chauvet, France
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Early Human Collection: Stone-age cave paintings, Chauvet, France
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Early Human Collection: Stone-age cave paintings, Chauvet, France
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Early Human Collection: Prehistoric spear-thrower
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Early Human Collection: Female Australopithecus africanus
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Early Human Collection: Homo heidelbergensis
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Early Human Collection: Homo heidelbergensis skull and face
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Early Human Collection: Female Homo habilis
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Early Human Collection: Australopithecus boisei
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Early Human Collection: Homo sp. skulls C016 / 5933
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Early Human Collection: Flint hand-axe C013 / 6640
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Early Human Collection: Homo erectus skull
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Early Human Collection: Hominid skulls, 3D computer images
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Early Human Collection: Homo erectus cranium C013 / 6552
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Early Human Collection: Homo ergaster
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Early Human Collection: Homo ergaster females and young
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Early Human Collection: Modern human and Homo floresiensis
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Early Human Collection: Male and female Homo habilis
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Early Human Collection: Homo heidelbergensis family, artwork
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Early Human Collection: Prehistoric cave paintings, Chauvet C016 / 0576
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Early Human Collection: Homo habilis hunting, artwork C013 / 6549
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Early Human Collection: Homo floresiensis
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Early Human Collection: Australopithecus africanus skeleton
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Early Human Collection: Homo ergaster hunting group
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Early Human Collection: Reindeer antler from Neschers
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Early Human Collection: Horse-head engraved on bone
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Early Human Collection: Neolithic flint arrowheads C014 / 1034
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Early Human Collection: Neolithic flint arrowheads C014 / 1032
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Early Human Collection: Stone-age flint fragments C014 / 1020
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Early Human Collection: Neolithic flint arrowheads C014 / 1030
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Early Human Collection: Neolithic flint arrowhead C014 / 1023
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Early Human Collection: Neolithic flint arrowhead C014 / 1022
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Early Human Collection: Neolithic flint arrowhead C014 / 1025
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Early Human Collection: Prehistoric human skull (Omo 1) C016 / 5937
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Early Human Collection: Homo sapiens skull comparison C016 / 5934
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Early Human Collection: Cro-magnon and Neanderthal skulls C016 / 5938
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Early Human Collection: Extraction of fossil DNA C018 / 5400
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Early Human Collection: Excavations at Sima de los Huesos, Spain C018 / 5726
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Early Human Collection: Homo heidelbergensis thigh bone C018 / 6378
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Early Human Collection: Extraction of fossil DNA C018 / 5399
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Early Human Collection: Extraction of fossil DNA C018 / 5402
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Early Human Collection: Extraction of fossil DNA C018 / 5410
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Early Human Collection: Excavations at Sima de los Huesos, Spain C018 / 5727
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Early Human Collection: Extraction of fossil DNA C018 / 5728
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Early Human Collection: Extraction of fossil DNA C018 / 6377
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Early Human Collection: Excavations at Sima de los Huesos, Spain C018 / 5408


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"Unveiling the Ancient Artistry: Journey into the Early Human World" Step back in time to the Stone Age, where our ancestors left behind captivating traces of their existence. Deep within the Chauvet Cave in France, remarkable stone-age cave paintings transport us to a bygone era. These intricate depictions offer a glimpse into the lives and beliefs of early humans. Amongst these mesmerizing artworks, one can marvel at the mastery displayed in each stroke. The artists skillfully captured scenes from their daily lives, immortalizing moments that have endured for millennia. Their creations reveal an innate desire to communicate and express themselves through art. As we explore further, we discover tools that shaped their survival – prehistoric spear-throwers crafted with precision and ingenuity. These inventions revolutionized hunting techniques and allowed early humans to secure food more efficiently. Moving beyond artifacts, let's meet some of our ancient relatives who roamed this Earth long before us. A female Australopithecus africanus stands tall with her distinctive features while Homo heidelbergensis showcases its robust physique. Meanwhile, Australopithecus boisei captivates with its powerful jaw structure adapted for chewing tough vegetation. Delving deeper into human evolution reveals Homo habilis – a female representative known for her resourcefulness and tool-making abilities. Gazing upon a Homo heidelbergensis skull and face evokes wonder about how they navigated this world thousands of years ago. Finally, we encounter a Homo erectus skull - an emblematic figure representing endurance as they were among the first hominids to migrate out of Africa. These glimpses into our ancestral past remind us of our shared heritage with these early humans who paved the way for modern civilization. Through their artistry, innovations, and resilience against nature's challenges, they laid down foundations upon which humanity continues to build today.