Egypt will exhibit rare human skeleton to the audience and researchers. It will be exhibited at the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization (NMEC).
Those restored bones will open the door to more studies and researches about the human of such a poor-documented historical period.
Moreover, they will help scientists to observe the impact of the climate on these humans’ lives.
One of the skeletons goes back to a man who lived 40,000 years old. Scientists called him “The Man of Nazlet Abu Khater.”
The reason for calling him like that is the place where his skeleton was unearthed.
Professor of Prehistory period Dr. Abu El Hassan El Bakry expressed that the initial studies showed that this man probably was a worker at a stone-pit.
The oldest skeleton was discovered in the Nile Delta region and it was for an 8-year old boy. The age of the skeleton is more than 60,000 years old.
It was called “The Boy of Tramsah.” El Bakry added that those human remains still need a lot of restoration to observe more facts about the immigration of the early man from the Nile Delta and Africa to Asia and Europe.