If we consider the Balkans as a likely migration route of the Early Modern Humans into Europe, and if the Danube river is being suggested as one of the important axis of these population movements, the geographic role of the Middle Danubian region becomes visible. However, since the fossil anthropological finds (both Late Neandertal and Early Modern Human) are rare in this region, and their dating...
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