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  • 1921年12月31日
    Philippine Islands.

    Philippine Islands. Governor General‘s expedition led by Fernando Primo de Rivera (1831-1921) to Northern Luzon. Augustinian Missionary addressing the sacred words to the Igorot tribes, in the presence of the Governor General, Fernando Primo de Rivera. Engraving by Tomas Carlos Capuz (1834-1899). La Ilustracion Española y Americana, 1881.、クレジット:Universal History Archive/Universal Images Group/共同通信イメージズ ※エディトリアル使用のみ。広告、プロモーション、商業目的での利用に関してはお問合せください。

    商品コード: 2021110813210

  • 1921年12月31日
    Philippine Islands.

    Philippine Islands. Governor General‘s expedition led by Fernando Primo de Rivera (1831-1921) to Northern Luzon. Bucay. Mass celebrated before the recently subdued tribes, neighboring the country of the Igorots. Engraving by Tomas Carlos Capuz (1834-1899). La Ilustracion Española y Americana, 1881.、クレジット:Universal History Archive/Universal Images Group/共同通信イメージズ ※エディトリアル使用のみ。広告、プロモーション、商業目的での利用に関してはお問合せください。

    商品コード: 2021110813278

  • 2018年06月28日
    Ancient Remains Found In Indonesia Challenge Theories Of Human Migration

    June 28, 2018, Indonesia: Archaeologists analysing the remains of a woman who died 7,200 years ago in Indonesia announced on Wednesday (25August2021) that DNA found on the body challenges existing theories of human migration. . .The remains of the teenager, who has been nicknamed Besse, were discovered in the Leang Panninge cave on Sulawesi in the Wallacea islands, in 2015. ..The DNA is believed to be the first to be analysed from ancient remains in the island group, which lies between Australia and Asia. ..Scientists previously thought a group called Austronesians spread East Asian genes through Wallacea around 3,500 years ago. But DNA analysis of Besse suggests people with East Asian genes may have been there long before that...Researchers extracted DNA from a bone in her inner ear that suggested she shared ancestry with New Guineans and Aboriginal Australians, as well as an extinct species of ancient human...The findings, published in the journal Nature, suggest she may have belonged to the Toalean peo...

    商品コード: 2021082803758

  • 2018年06月28日
    Ancient Remains Found In Indonesia Challenge Theories Of Human Migration

    June 28, 2018, Indonesia: Archaeologists analysing the remains of a woman who died 7,200 years ago in Indonesia announced on Wednesday (25August2021) that DNA found on the body challenges existing theories of human migration. . .The remains of the teenager, who has been nicknamed Besse, were discovered in the Leang Panninge cave on Sulawesi in the Wallacea islands, in 2015. ..The DNA is believed to be the first to be analysed from ancient remains in the island group, which lies between Australia and Asia. ..Scientists previously thought a group called Austronesians spread East Asian genes through Wallacea around 3,500 years ago. But DNA analysis of Besse suggests people with East Asian genes may have been there long before that...Researchers extracted DNA from a bone in her inner ear that suggested she shared ancestry with New Guineans and Aboriginal Australians, as well as an extinct species of ancient human...The findings, published in the journal Nature, suggest she may have belonged to the Toalean peo...

    商品コード: 2021082803661

  • 2018年06月28日
    Ancient Remains Found In Indonesia Challenge Theories Of Human Migration

    June 28, 2018, Indonesia: Archaeologists analysing the remains of a woman who died 7,200 years ago in Indonesia announced on Wednesday (25August2021) that DNA found on the body challenges existing theories of human migration. . .The remains of the teenager, who has been nicknamed Besse, were discovered in the Leang Panninge cave on Sulawesi in the Wallacea islands, in 2015. ..The DNA is believed to be the first to be analysed from ancient remains in the island group, which lies between Australia and Asia. ..Scientists previously thought a group called Austronesians spread East Asian genes through Wallacea around 3,500 years ago. But DNA analysis of Besse suggests people with East Asian genes may have been there long before that...Researchers extracted DNA from a bone in her inner ear that suggested she shared ancestry with New Guineans and Aboriginal Australians, as well as an extinct species of ancient human...The findings, published in the journal Nature, suggest she may have belonged to the Toalean peo...

    商品コード: 2021082803711

  • 2019年08月29日
    Ancient Remains Found In Indonesia Challenge Theories Of Human Migration

    August 29, 2019, Indonesia: Archaeologists analysing the remains of a woman who died 7,200 years ago in Indonesia announced on Wednesday (25August2021) that DNA found on the body challenges existing theories of human migration. . .The remains of the teenager, who has been nicknamed Besse, were discovered in the Leang Panninge cave on Sulawesi in the Wallacea islands, in 2015. ..The DNA is believed to be the first to be analysed from ancient remains in the island group, which lies between Australia and Asia. ..Scientists previously thought a group called Austronesians spread East Asian genes through Wallacea around 3,500 years ago. But DNA analysis of Besse suggests people with East Asian genes may have been there long before that...Researchers extracted DNA from a bone in her inner ear that suggested she shared ancestry with New Guineans and Aboriginal Australians, as well as an extinct species of ancient human...The findings, published in the journal Nature, suggest she may have belonged to the Toalean p...

    商品コード: 2021082803729

  • 2021年06月24日
    Ancient Remains Found In Indonesia Challenge Theories Of Human Migration

    June 24, 2021, Indonesia: Archaeologists analysing the remains of a woman who died 7,200 years ago in Indonesia announced on Wednesday (25August2021) that DNA found on the body challenges existing theories of human migration. . .The remains of the teenager, who has been nicknamed Besse, were discovered in the Leang Panninge cave on Sulawesi in the Wallacea islands, in 2015. ..The DNA is believed to be the first to be analysed from ancient remains in the island group, which lies between Australia and Asia. ..Scientists previously thought a group called Austronesians spread East Asian genes through Wallacea around 3,500 years ago. But DNA analysis of Besse suggests people with East Asian genes may have been there long before that...Researchers extracted DNA from a bone in her inner ear that suggested she shared ancestry with New Guineans and Aboriginal Australians, as well as an extinct species of ancient human...The findings, published in the journal Nature, suggest she may have belonged to the Toalean peo...

    商品コード: 2021082803575

  • 2021年08月09日
    Ancient Remains Found In Indonesia Challenge Theories Of Human Migration

    August 9, 2021, Indonesia: Archaeologists analysing the remains of a woman who died 7,200 years ago in Indonesia announced on Wednesday (25August2021) that DNA found on the body challenges existing theories of human migration. . .The remains of the teenager, who has been nicknamed Besse, were discovered in the Leang Panninge cave on Sulawesi in the Wallacea islands, in 2015. ..The DNA is believed to be the first to be analysed from ancient remains in the island group, which lies between Australia and Asia. ..Scientists previously thought a group called Austronesians spread East Asian genes through Wallacea around 3,500 years ago. But DNA analysis of Besse suggests people with East Asian genes may have been there long before that...Researchers extracted DNA from a bone in her inner ear that suggested she shared ancestry with New Guineans and Aboriginal Australians, as well as an extinct species of ancient human...The findings, published in the journal Nature, suggest she may have belonged to the Toalean pe...

    商品コード: 2021082803754

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