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According to the hypothesis of Rose, an archaeologist, the Great Flood might have occured in the Gulf Oasis in 6000 BCE.

According to the hypothesis of Rose, an archaeologist, the Great Flood might have occured in the Gulf Oasis in 6000 BCE.

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Human Migration Map 'A-Walk-Through-Time' - This map visualizes the estimated timeline of early human migration out of our ancestral African “Eden” and across the globe.

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Manichaeism in Modern Persian was a major gnostic religion, originating in Sassanid era Babylonia. Although most of the original writings of the founding prophet Mani (c. 216-276 CE) have been lost, numerous translations and fragmentary texts have survived.

Manichaeism in Modern Persian was a major gnostic religion, originating in Sassanid era Babylonia. Although most of the original writings of the founding prophet Mani (c. CE) have been lost, numerous translations and fragmentary texts have survived.

Who were the first Americans?We thought we knew the full story of our last great migration, but new evidence means the issue is wide open again.

Migration mystery: Who were the first Americans? We thought we knew who first set foot in the Americas, but new evidence means the question of our last great migration is wide open again.

Migration map of Y-haplogroup R1b from the Paleolithic to the end of the Bronze Age - Eupedia

The birth of modern Eurasia began 5,000 years ago

Migration map of Y-haplogroup from the Paleolithic to the end of the Bronze Age - Eupedia

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The major river basins of Africa.

Major River Basins of Africa

European gene pools seems to be derived from three ancient populations

European gene pools seems to be derived from three ancient populations

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