The first Goddess
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Telling Time
The Menopause
Division of Tasks
Choosing to Create Life
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Contemporary Examples
Moving Inland

Ongoing Research

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  The Foragers

Migrating out of Africa

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Migration Map
Image source: Genographic Project / Map of Human Migration. National Geographic.

Click on the map to learn more. The map on the National Geographic site is interactive and clicking on any pathway provides more information.

The Egyptian in all of us: First modern humans spread out of Africa into Europe and Asia from the Sinai peninsula. by Richard Gray for Mailonline (The Daily Mail) May 2015. Ongoing archaeological research, along with genetics, continues to shed light on our ancient ancestors. Scientists have proposed two routes for how Homo sapiens spread out of Africa between 50,000 and 60,000 years ago - through Egypt or Ethiopia. More about these new discoveries will be included in the next edition of Why Men Made God. Read the article...

There is also an excellent BBC Documentary called The Incredible Human Journey that describes the crossing out of Africa:
Human Journey - BBC video series