We all originate from Africa, but when and where did we migrate?
How did the emergence of early modern humans occur? And to what extent did their initial impulse for migration lead them beyond the boundaries of Africa? How do material traces enable tracking of migration routes of Homo sapiens?
What insights do archaeological and anthropological studies of the Paleolithic in Central Asia and Altay offer, and how do they correlate with discoveries in Africa and the Near East? Explained by Andrey Krivoshapkin, Director of Institute of Archeology and Ethnography of the Siberian branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Associate Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences.