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The Institut de paléontologie humaine Foundation Albert 1st of Monaco is a research foundation « declared of Public Interest » by the President of the French Republic on December, 15th 1910. It is the third oldest research foundation in France, after the Institut Pasteur and the Institut (...)
The Institut de Paléontologie Humaine is administratively managed by a Franco-Monegasque board equally consisting of eight members and its action is under the control of a scientific advisory board consisting of nine French and foreign personalities.
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Innovation, Research and Conservation Thanks to its own history, the Institut de paléontologie humaine gained an international fame, established over a century ago by the distinguished key figures who created links between prehistorians throughout the world. Today, the Institut de paléontologie (...)
The collections at the Institut de paléontologie humaine are distinguished by their diversity and their significance in quantity and role in the history of prehistory. They include some thousands of objects coming from two main sources : archaeological excavations carried (...)
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La grotte des Spélugues à Monaco d’Emile Rivière. Imprimerie de Monaco 1897 (...)
La grotte du Lazaret, à Nice
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Who were our ancestors ?
Which of them went out of Africa to conquer the rest of the world ?
Why do some groups, like the Neanderthals, are extinct ?
How did the representatives of our lineage survive the climatic variations ?
Are we an endangered species ?
What is the point of major (...)
The first humans in China : the site of Yunxian in the Hubei region
15 years ago : the discovery of outstanding, yet deformed, fossils
Back in the 1970’s, accidental palaeontological discoveries were reported to the local scientific authorities and several survey, test pits, and excavation (...)
The Narmada valley : a hardly known region of India yet revealing numerous prehistoric remains
20 years ago, a discovery
In 1982, Arun Sonakia - from the Geological Survey of India in Nagpur - discovered, on the river banks of the Narmada, a stream that runs from East to West in northern (...)