Earliest Europeans Were Cannibals, Wore Bling : Discovery News | Prehistoric Archaeology & Human Evolution | Scoop.it
"Early humans wore jewelry and likely practiced cannibalism, suggest remains of the earliest knownHomo sapiens[/i] from southeastern Europe.
The remains, described in PLoS One[/i], date to 32,000 years ago and represent the oldest direct evidence for anatomically modern humans in a well-documented context. The human remains are also the oldest known for our species in Europe to show post-mortem cut marks."