Journal of Human Evolution

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  • Neanderthal-era tooth to go on show in Qazvin 2020-07-25 20:00

    Neanderthal-era tooth to go on show in Qazvin

    TEHRAN – A fossilized tooth, which is amongst earliest evidence of Neanderthal settlements in the Iranian plateau, will be displayed at a museum in Qazvin, west-central Iran, where it was discovered in a nearby cave.

  • FILE: A March 20, 2009 photo shows reconstructions of a Neanderthal man, left, and woman, at the Neanderthal Museum in Mettmann, Germany. 2019-10-29 18:35

    Fossilized tooth is first evidence Neanderthals once lived in Iran

    TEHRAN – A fossilized tooth found decades ago in the Zagros Mountains, western Iran, proves that Neanderthals once lived in the country, ARCHAEOLOGY magazine, a publication of the Archaeological Institute of America, has said, citing it as one of the ten most important archaeological findings in 2019.

  • Traces of early humans found in southern Iran  2019-09-24 19:28

    Traces of early humans found in southern Iran 

    TEHRAN – A team of archaeologists has found traces of early humans and their basic handmade tools near the village of Bangelayan, southern Hormozgan province. 

  • A Neanderthal premolar tooth from Wezmeh Cave 2019-08-17 19:08

    Iran among countries with Neanderthal discoveries

    TEHRAN - A new find, recently published in the Journal of Human Evolution, suggests that Neanderthals were roaming at the Iranian Zagros Mountain sometimes between 40 to 70 thousand years ago.