Early human occupation of the Red Sea coast of Eritrea during the last interglacial

@article{Walter2000EarlyHO,
  title={Early human occupation of the Red Sea coast of Eritrea during the last interglacial},
  author={R. Walter and R. Buffler and J. H. Bruggemann and M. Guillaume and S. Berhe and B. Negassi and Yoseph Libsekal and Hai Cheng and R. Edwards and R. Cosel and D. N{\'e}raudeau and M. Gagnon},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2000},
  volume={405},
  pages={65-69}
}
The geographical origin of modern humans is the subject of ongoing scientific debate. The ‘multiregional evolution’ hypothesis argues that modern humans evolved semi-independently in Europe, Asia and Africa between 100,000 and 40,000 years ago, whereas the ‘out of Africa’ hypothesis contends that modern humans evolved in Africa between 200 and 100 kyr ago, migrating to Eurasia at some later time. Direct palaeontological, archaeological and biological evidence is necessary to resolve this debate… Expand
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