Fossil profile: Zlatý kůň and the Neandertal heritage of early Upper Paleolithic Europeans
A skull from Czechia represents an individual from one of the earliest European modern human populations to encounter Neandertals.
Features of the Grecian ape raise questions about early hominins
A review of work published in 2017 describing fossil material of Graecopithecus freybergi from Greece and Bulgaria.
Did humans colonize the northern latitudes without fire?
An article by Wil Roebroeks and Paola Villa argues that fire was not present in Europe before 400,000 years ago.