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The early human occupation of Europe and Britain

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The Ancient Human Occupation of Britain project (AHOB) has been investigating the effect that changing geographies and climates had on the human colonisation of Britain and neighbouring Europe. Join Jim Rose to review the evidence from the earliest occupations more than 500,000 years ago through to the arrival of modern humans and the demise of the Neanderthals.

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