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The first Europeans [electronic resource] : migrations from Africa / INA ARTE YLE TV1 present ; a film by Axel Clévenot
Alternate Title Migrations from Africa
Premiers Européens
Princeton, N.J. : Films Media Group, c2010
Location Call Number Status
 Web  GN803 .F53711 2010    AVAIL. VIA WEB
Subject(s) Prehistoric peoples -- Africa
Prehistoric peoples -- Europe
Paleolithic period -- Europe
Antiquities, Prehistoric -- Europe
Tools, Prehistoric -- Europe
Human beings -- Migrations
Human beings -- Origin
Human evolution
Paleoanthropology
Physical Description 1 streaming video (54 min.) : sd., col
Credits Director, Axel Clévenot ; original music, Guillaume Solignat ; scientific director, Evelyne Heyer ; camera, Michel Bart, Laurent Ferrari, Marc Séferchian
Performer/Participant Narrator, Féodor Atkine
Note - System Details Mode of access: World Wide Web
System requirements: Windows Media, Quicktime, or Flash software
Summary "Out of the great cradle of Africa came several waves of prehistoric hominid populations, some venturing into the Middle East while others crossed land bridges into Spain. This program shows how, over millennia, these nomads laid the groundwork for a permanent human presence in Europe. From La Caune de l'Arago in France to Britain's Boxgrove Cliffs to a Hungarian riverbank where Neanderthals and anatomically modern humans may have intermingled, the film explores stone tool innovations, shelter technology, burial practices, and early art and craft examples through which we can trace the emerging dominance of Homo sapiens on the continent. Portions in other languages with English subtitles. Part of the series The First Europeans."--Films Media Group website
Series First Europeans
Alternate Author Clévenot, Axel
Bort, Michel
Atkine, Feodor
Institut national de l'audiovisuel (France)
Association relative à la télévision européenne
YLE TV 1 (Television station : Helsinki, Finland)
Films Media Group
Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)

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