Ancient human remains have been discovered in the Northern Red Sea region believed to be of major significance in the history of human evolution. The discovery was made in partnership with the Commission of Culture and Sport, Museum of Northern Red Sea, and experts from Italy. Continue reading Eritrea: Discovery of Ancient Human Remains in Buya→
Researchers digging in the desert of southeast Eritrea have uncovered what could be the first footprints that are clearly attributed to Homo erectus, a species of hominid widely considered to be a direct ancestor to modern humans.
Over one-million-year-old human skeleton including skulls and molars have been unearthed in Buya area, Northern Red Sea region.
In the task undertaken by Eritrean and Italian archaeologists, the skeleton of the human species was excavated by Mr. Tsegai Medin, director of the research department at the National Museum of Eritrea.