1. Ancient human migration into Europe revealed via genome analysis  The Guardian
  2. Oldest DNA from a Homo sapiens reveals surprisingly recent Neanderthal ancestry  Nature.com
  3. Some of Europe's Oldest-Known Modern Humans Are Distantly Related to Native Americans  Smithsonian
  4. More than 45000 years ago, modern humans ventured into Neanderthal territory. Here's what happened next  Science Magazine
  5. Neanderthal ancestry identifies oldest modern human genome  Phys.org
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Genetic sequencing dating back 45,000 years shows intermixing with Neanderthals more common than previously thoughtGenetic sequencing dating back 45,000 years shows intermixing with Neanderthals more common than previously thought

Ancient human migration into Europe revealed via genome analysis | Anthropology | The Guardian

Genome sequencing shows some individuals share family ties with surprising populations, and all boast plenty of Neanderthal relativesGenome sequencing shows some individuals share family ties with surprising populations, and all boast plenty of Neanderthal relatives

Some of Europe’s Oldest-Known Modern Humans Are Distantly Related to Native Americans | Science | Smithsonian Magazine

Ancient human lineages interbred commonly in Europe, as well as the Middle East. Ancient human lineages interbred commonly in Europe, as well as the Middle East.Ancient human lineages interbred commonly in Europe, as well as the Middle East.

Oldest DNA from a Homo sapiens reveals surprisingly recent Neanderthal ancestry

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Genetic sequencing of human remains dating back 45,000 years has revealed a previously unknown migration into Europe and showed intermixing with Neanderthals in that period was more common than previously ...

Genome analysis reveals unknown ancient human migration in Europe

Ancient DNA from Neandertals and early modern humans has recently shown that the groups likely interbred somewhere in the Near East after modern humans left Africa some 50,000 years ago. As a result, ...

Neanderthal ancestry identifies oldest modern human genome

Analysis of a 45,000 year old skull reveals a woman was among the first batch of Homo sapiens to live in Eurasia after our species migrated out of Africa.Analysis of a 45,000 year old skull reveals a woman was among the first batch of Homo sapiens to live in Eurasia after our species migrated out of Africa.

45,000-year-old skull from Czechia is oldest human genome EVER found | Daily Mail Online

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Skull Discovered in Czechia Dates Back 45,000 Years. It's the Oldest DNA Ever Found in Human Remains

Archaeologists identify one of the first women to reach Europe. Her line died out, but three other early humans, in Bulgaria, appear to have descendants today***

Earliest modern humans in Europe had Neanderthals in the family - Archaeology - Haaretz.com

A genome sequenced from a modern human skull has been dated at approximately 45,000 years old, making it the oldest discovery of its kind. It’s a significant archaeological discovery, but the use of an unconventional dating method leaves the result in doubt.A genome sequenced from a modern human skull has been dated at approximately 45,000 years old, making it the oldest discovery of its kind. It’s a significant archaeological discovery, but the use of an unconventional dating method leaves the result in doubt.

Skull From Czech Cave May Contain Oldest Modern Human Genome