innovative technology of their successors.
There is no way to know for certain the nature of the interaction between the two human species. It is unlikely to have been pleasant. Hunter-gatherer societies cannot support standing armies, so it is probably wrong to think of the modern human entry into Europe as a military campaign. It was more a slow infiltration. Given that Pleistocene Europe had no highway system, the new arrivals may well have traveled by boat, along the northern coast of the
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