Quote: This clay sculpture portrays the face of the earliest known modern European - a man or woman who hunted deer and gathered fruit and herbs in ancient forests more than 35,000 years ago.
It was created by Richard Neave; one of Britain's leading forensic scientists, using fossilized fragments of skull and jawbone found in a cave seven years ago.
They are undeniably "Modern Humans" and are of close resemblance to the San (khoi-san) of South Africa - end of story!
So to use them, would preclude any possibility of falsehood or misinformation - therefore they are simply ignored.
So either this is lies, or the information is so new that my Teachers and Professors don't know about it yet!
In this case the Romanian bones are not even close to being the oldest found in Europe.
That honor goes to the Skeletons that were found in the caverns of Grimaldi (Baousse-Rousse), between Mentone and Ventimiglia and on the Italian side of the international boundary. It can be claimed that these were not truly modern Humans, but rather, a link in the chain to White people as Modern Humans: The Humanoid "Cro-Magnon" is often used to make this bogus case.
But of course, that may change as Russia moves closer to Europe culturally and politically. Once in Europe, Grimaldi Man continued his migrations, and came to eventually inhabit all of Europe and Northern Asia.
The Easternmost limit of his range, appears to have been the settlement known as Mal'ta in Siberia Russia, just north of Mongolia.