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Out of Africa Theory

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Michael Jude

on 15 May 2014

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Out of Africa Theory

Michael Jude
5-3 Millon BC
First human beings walked to East and Southern Africa.
3-1.5 Milion BC
Early Stone age.
1.75-1 Million BC
Evolution of Homo Erectus.
1 Million-40,000 BC
Middle stone age.
40,000-10,000 BC
Later stone age.
9000-3000 BC
Last major wet period in Africa.
500n BC
Evidence of iron melting in Nigeria and Central Niger.
200-500 AD
The Bantu Migrations.
Discovery of Australopithecus near Taung, South Africa.
Homo habilis skulls found in Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania and Lake Turkana, Kenya.
Semi-complete skeleton of "Lucy" found in Omo Valley, Ethiopia.
Homo Erectus skull found Lake Turkana.
Australopithecus footprints found in Laetoli, Tanzania.
Discovery of Australopithecus in Sterkfontein, South Africa.

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