Unexpectedly recent dates for human remains from Vogelherd

@article{Conard2004UnexpectedlyRD,
  title={Unexpectedly recent dates for human remains from Vogelherd},
  author={Nicholas J. Conard and Pieter M. Grootes and Fred H. Smith},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2004},
  volume={430},
  pages={198-201}
}
The human skeletal remains from the Vogelherd cave in the Swabian Jura of southwestern Germany are at present seen as the best evidence that modern humans produced the artefacts of the early Aurignacian. Radiocarbon measurements from all the key fossils from Vogelherd show that these human remains actually date to the late Neolithic, between 3,900 and 5,000 radiocarbon years before present (bp). Although many questions remain unresolved, these results weaken the arguments for the Danube… CONTINUE READING
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