martes, 23 de junio de 2015
Vídeo por PBS añadido a Paleo Vídeos > Prehistoria Universal > L.R.2.8 nº 32.
Documentary series explores the emergence and global dominance of the world's lone surviving human species: Homo sapiens, otherwise known as modern humans. [...] popular-archaeology.com
Actualización 24-06-15: Review: 'First Peoples' Series Chronicles Origins And Spread Of Modern Humans - Forbes
Prior to PBS’s First Peoples, a five-part documentary series that begins airing tonight at 9pm eastern, the last similar take on the topic of human evolution was PBS NOVA’s Becoming Human, which aired in 2011. Over the past four years, dramatic changes in our understanding of human evolution, particularly of the origins and spread of Homo sapiens, have come about through the genomic revolution. DNA has altered our perspective on pre-modern humans, along with new evidence from the ancient environment, animal bones, stone tools and art, and fossils, even in this short time. The five episodes of First Peoples move quickly but deftly through evidence from archaeology, palaeobotany, osteology, and oral history to demonstrate the antiquity of human exploration of the continents of North America, Africa, Asia, Australia, and Europe...