OUR Ancestors piggy-backed their way across the globe ..

270 👤A00 ➡️age of Y-DNA haplogroup A00 (“Y-chromosomal”)

🟪250 MIGRATION OOA – 1306. Genus Homo ROOT 315 h sapiens spec begins the prehistory MIDDLE PALEO ♦️haplo 1 AUTOSOMAL JOURNEY ♦️haplo 2 👤Y-DNA haplogroup A00 (“Adam”) 270 ♦️haplo 3 AND MT 🟪MIGRATION OOA 250➡️ EUROPE 40k MigrationInto Europe and settlements HOLOCENE EPOCH 11.7 🔹PALEOLITHIC The Paleolithic was an age of purely hunting and gathering 🔹MESOLITHIC 👤11.7 The Indus Valley 10kBC to 8k ✅ agriculure and settlements (villages and walled cities)some hunting some domestication 🔹NEOLITHIC pre 10k 6 👤From Hunter Gatherer to food production

250🔺H.neanderthalensis (Saccopastore skulls)

250 modern human presence in West Asia (Misliya cave)

250🔺H.naledi 230

230🙋‍♀️➡️mt-DNA haplogroup L (“Eve”)

🟪200🔺MRCA  (suggested time) 🔴A0-T (A-L1085) 🔴A1b2 (M91) ( defining mutation)

160  Homo sapiens idaltu

100  OUT OF AFRICA  A1b (P108)

THE RIFT VALLEY AFRICA
The age of speciation of H. sapiens out of ancestral Homo erectus (or an intermediate species such as Homo heidelbergensis ) is estimated to have taken place 315,000 ya
H.rhodesiensis
300,000 to 200,000 neanderthalensis in europe asia / sapiens in africa
and slowly but surely became man, this man was similar to how we are today all the other subspecies of Homo became extinct
In Europe the Mesolithic began about 8000 bce, after the end of the), and lasted until about 2700 bc Protohistory
Scientists discovered that early humans in East Africa had — by about 320,000 years ago — begun trading with distant groups, using color pigments and manufacturing more sophisticated tools than those of the Early Stone Age, tens of thousands of years earlier than previous evidence has shown in eastern Africa. As earthquakes remodeled the landscape and climate fluctuated between wet and dry conditions, technological and social innovation would have helped early humans survive unpredictable conditions.

👤MODERN MAN
Homo sapiens (anatomically modern humans) emerged close to 300,000 to 200,000 years ago,[6] most likely in Africa, and Homo neanderthalensis emerged at around the same time in Europe and Western Asia. H. sapiens dispersed from Africa in several waves, from possibly as early as 250,000 years ago, and certainly by 130,000 years ago, the so-called Southern Dispersal beginning about 70-50,000 years ago[7][8][9][10] leading to the lasting colonisation of Eurasia and Oceania by 50,000 years ago. Both in Africa and Eurasia, H. sapiens met with and interbred with[11][12] archaic humans. Separate archaic (non-sapiens) human species are thought to have survived until around 40,000 years ago (Neanderthal extinction), with possible late survival of hybrid species as late as 12,000 years ago (Red Deer Cave people).

MIDDLE PALEOLITHIC 315 – 45 👤 ROOT ANCESTOR 315,000 (Rift Valley)

315. Root Ancestor 315 ROOT homo sapiens speciation begins

HomininSocieties
270 ADAM

👤Y-DNA haplogroup A00 (“Y-chromosomal Adam ”)

270/240👨🏼‍⚖️Root Adam (Phylogenetic Tree)

250 MIGRATION 250-130 OUT OF AFRICA MIGRATION 230 EVE

 

250🔺H.neanderthalensis (Saccopastore skulls)

250 modern human presence in West Asia (Misliya cave)

250🔺H.naledi 230

200 🔴CA / MRCA

100 OOA ➡️Levant➡️❌

70 east asia

60/50 ➡️OOA➡️✅

50 🔴CA

EUROPE COLONISED

45 Upper Paleolithic 

CRO-MAGNON

45 Australia

35 SIBERIA➡️Bering Plain

30 Japan

20 REFUGIA 15

16-11CAUCASOID phenotype

20-15Beringia ➡️NAmerica Sea⬇️450feet

evolution in old world only ends

THE ICE AGE ENDS

18500 Siberian 🔴HAPLOG R1

R1b ➡️West Europe10 

R1b1a 15

Rb1a1a2 5

 

and hence to Early Settlements