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In an expedition through the Central Asian steppe, a group of Kazakh and European archaeologists search for clues left by early Humans and Neanderthals - they are investigating the prehistoric origins of the legendary Silk Road.
Far before its emergence in the 2nd Century BC, and well before the silk trade, this expansive network of routes had already been 50,000 years in the making. Traversing over 2,500 km from the Uzbek to the Russian border, scientists search for traces that may hold the missing key to how extreme climatic events spurred prehistoric mass migrations, bringing an unprecedented encounter between Neanderthals and Homo sapiens.
These discoveries will help explain how climate change and geography fueled key genetic exchanges in human evolution, helped shape the structure of modern Asian populations, and later enabled the explosion of culture and trade along these routes. Their findings show how humans coped with inhospitable environments and cemented the nomadic cultures still present in modern-day Kazakhstan.
A short doc by Alba Jaramillo
Produced by Anna Bressanin
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This can definitely be a feature length film! Including the DNA trail, the artifact history and what it’s become. It’s the cradle of all the great migrations!2 месяца назад
Just when id nearly given up on the BBCs capacity for reality they produce something informative and wonderful.2 месяца назад
Karen Phinney +2
Fascinating stuff, so appreciate seeing this!2 месяца назад
This is wonderful advancement in learning and exploration to watch a report on after reading Alice Roberts's 2009 book The Incredible Human Journey.Месяц назад
Fantastic job 👍🏻22 дня назад
Sarah Ferguson +2
I have a love hate relationship with your channel. While i enjoy your content i often have a hard time reading the subtitles when you interview people who speak a foreign language. It would be helpful to have a voice over, vs just subtitles, for us senior citizens who have a hard time getting our old eyes to read the tiny subtitles 🙂. Just a thought.Месяц назад
classic life +1
Looking forward to all the intelligent, enlightened remarks from the YouTube commentators2 месяца назад
Also search in river valleys, where people would camp, rest and get robbed, leaving stuff behind and or nearby caves where they could live and or bury family.2 месяца назад
Marco Polo was a recent traveler and an interesting item he noted has huge implications. May I share? The entire length of the silk road had road houses every ten gets this ten miles. Stocked and open for business 24 7. Not very hard to believe in my humble opinion3 дня назад
Z O +11
Another BBC Reel Banger, lets go2 месяца назад
Lord Petex +4
Hilarious video. A bunch of archeology students telling us the bleeding obvious about archeology. Almost nothing on the silk road. Please watch this if you have 7 mins of your life to waste.2 месяца назад
Dayton Jobgen +2
This is probably intended for people who know nothing about archeology or for young kids.2 месяца назад
Good Times Canada +1
Today's DAD JOKE: Two silk worms had a race.....they ended up in a tie! Our every deed is recorded in our blood creating a spiritual record of our good and evil deeds (1John5:8 KJV). Jesus Christ is, GOD the Son, manifested in the flesh (1Tim3:16 King James Version) as the perfect man living without sin and obedient to GOD, the Father. 2,000 years ago, Christ shed His blood to TRANSFER His list of good deeds onto our record through our shared red blood (Col1:14; Col1:20; Rom5:9; Heb10:19; Rom3:25 “Whom GOD hath set forth to be a propitiation through faith in his blood.."; Rev1:5; Isai64:6).2 месяца назад
David P +2
@Good Times Canada Yeah, maybe, but does any of that make any sense? Wouldn't an almighty and all-knowing supreme being make a little more sense than this and all the other tales told as the truth?2 месяца назад
Good Times Canada
Then He died and was buried to pay the penalty for our list of bad deeds on our record (cutting away our list of sins) (1John2; Rom5:12; Rom6:23; Col2:11-15). Then GOD raised Jesus back to Life into a new body after reading Christ’s record and giving of HIS approval. Jesus’s Resurrection is PROOF that the record of His good deeds will work for you as well (John11:25,26). When you die un-Saved, your soul with your record is summoned by satan to the heavenly court to meet GOD, the Father where satan reads your old record and accuses you of sinning and condemns your soul to hell (Rev12:10). Do you want your NEW record -- that Jesus Christ transferred to you and fixed for you 2,000 years ago -- to be read out in heavenly court? YES or no. (Eph2 “For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God..”). You have Free Will Choice and GOD requires an answer. It is best if you reply “YES!” out loud to GOD (Rom10:9-10) (1Cor15:1-4). GOD is listening to you and HE will write your name into HIS book of Life.2 месяца назад
Jennifer Hofmann +61
These videos are interesting, but infuriating to the visually impaired. When half the text on the screen isn't narrated, we miss out! Please narrate your videos and show respect for the blind and visually impaired.2 месяца назад
I don't think the blind have a problem with the subtitles lmaoМесяц назад
Sarah Ferguson +1
I have 60 year old eyes and it can be difficult to read the subtitles. I have mentioned this in their video comment section many times. A voice over, vs just subtitles, would be very beneficial indeed.Месяц назад
Dark Pesco +2
@Diego Franco I don't have to look at my hands to type. I don't have to look at the screen, either. You ask that ridiculous question like the only computers and configurations available are for people who can see and hear and likely even have hands. But this is not true. Someone who can't see have programs which speak the words they are typing. Likewise a quadriplegic can type with their eyes.2 месяца назад
@Diego Franco Voice command2 месяца назад
@Diego Franco it’s not her that is visually impaired, maybe she knows someone in her family that is and is giving that feedback2 месяца назад
denisovans eventually ended up in the island of luzon in the philippines2 месяца назад
Excelent2 месяца назад
Amrta das +4
its absurd how british propraganda channel excludes India of the silk road trade maps, as if it had no importance on it. uttara patha connected Bengal with Peshwar and all way to Bactria since Indus Valley civilization era where commerce was already spread from India to Oman and Central Asia2 месяца назад
Maybe you should take your hate goggles off before posting. No, this video isn't about India, but it's not about China, Europe or Africa either. It's about how early hominins moved into and through this region in what is now Khazakstan, long before the Silk Roads existed as trading routes as we know them. Prior to the migrations of one branch of the ancient peoples known as Indo-Europeans coming south from Central Asia into India and Iran, it's probable that most early humans who entered India did so by migrating along the coastline of the Indian Ocean. That's another fascinating story in its own right, but it's not this one.2 месяца назад
Andrew Roberts +4
so much hate!! where's the love??2 месяца назад
Paul Critz +4
The mix of actuality with text is really problematic media. Pick a lane, BBC...2 месяца назад
@Christian Westling Too many syllables for ya? Paul, I agree 100%.Месяц назад
Christian Westling +2
Using the word "problematic" disqualifies your criticism.2 месяца назад
NGC 7635 +2
How did people move through this area? Well..they probably just called an Uber if I had to guess.2 месяца назад
Ken Sohappy Clegg +3
Haha starting 130 bc?? That was enough of this misleading video for me. Lasted maybe 4 seconds lol. The true prehistory of the trade routes between Europe and Asia known as the silk road shows the routes were well established by 130,000 bc and had been developed by earlier hominid species prior to that. Keep digging lol2 месяца назад
Jeff H +2
@Ken Sohappy Clegg Non scientists and rumour mongers, sure.2 месяца назад
Ken Sohappy Clegg
@Jeff H lol worthless to most people but not to those who can see where the evidence is leading2 месяца назад
Jeff H +3
@Ken Sohappy Clegg so, no peer reviewed sources. Worthless.2 месяца назад
Ken Sohappy Clegg +1
@Jeff H serious? It's just my own trajectory of the past five years of new but established archeological and ancient genetic evidence from around the world already establishing precedents of multiple species in multiple locations outside of Africa further and further back in time. If you just look at where we have come from in the form of established evidence and traject it into future discoveries of more and more similar evidence from similar populations, placements, movements and interactions being found wherever we look, soon it's not hard to realize there's a much larger and older story of several older human species that spread out everywhere, doing all the same things we do in all those same places now. "now" as in the past 50,000 years2 месяца назад
Jeff H +3
Where is your peer reviewed source for that Ken?2 месяца назад
Joseph Cornejo +3
Umm2 месяца назад
Patrick Fitzgerald +5
Not much of note here BBC. 🤔2 месяца назад
Patreeko Time +5
@Patrick Fitzgerald Ohhh, I see, you are just one of those trolls reacting to a vague and poorly constructed title instead of the content. But I didnt get that because your comment was so vague and poorly constructed. Maybe you should apply to the BBC.2 месяца назад
Patrick Fitzgerald +1
@Patreeko Time You seem to have missed the fact that I did not address my comment to you. I expect more from the BBC than this, since there is no evidence presented in the video that comes close to proving ". . . prehistoric origins of the Silk Road." They can and should do better than this, and I do not care whether you agree or not.2 месяца назад
Patreeko Time +5
I guess you have a different idea of what is "of note". It sounds like interesting and important research to me. Especially considering that these specific migrations are something that is known more from inference from DNA results than from actual artifacts. So getting concrete evidence will help illuminate this chapter of human history. Seems pretty noteworthy to me.2 месяца назад
Patrick Fitzgerald +1
@Peter Lawler Them don't watch them troll.2 месяца назад
Peter Lawler +6
TBF, more interesting than your public playlists.2 месяца назад