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The Bible recounts the sweep of human history, from the first man, Adam, to Noah, Abraham, Moses, and finally, Jesus Christ.In this panoply of amazing people, places, and events, where do the fossils and artifacts of “early man” belong?When a couple of German quarry workers stumbled upon a Neanderthal fossil in a cave in the Neander Valley, back in 1856, paleoanthropology (the study of early humans) vaulted into the limelight. As the findings of early human fossils and artifacts continue to pile up, the story has become even more interesting and complicated.

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They range from the southern tip of Africa to Russia’s frigid Siberian mountains and the tropical islands of Indonesia.

The chart (below) shows the sequence that these human remains are found in today’s post-Flood surface layers, and the following pages have maps showing where these remains occur.1 Most paleoanthropology books show charts and maps similar to these.

So how do creationists explain the timing and location of these early human remains from a biblical perspective?

The earliest human remains are found in Ice Age deposits near Babel.

By the middle of the Ice Age, however, human remains were scattered over three continents.

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