Polish archaeologists in Sudan claim 'unique' human settlement discoverytags: Africa, archaeology, Sudan, geology
Polish archaeologists working in Sudan have found remains of human settlements that appear to date back as far as 70,000 years.
If confirmed, the discovery in the Affad Basin of northern Sudan will challenge existing theories that our distant ancestors only began building permanent residences on leaving Africa and settling in Europe and Asia....
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