John of Anina
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In 2002, the oldest modern human remains in Europe were discovered in a cave (Peștera cu Oase) near Anina, Romania. Nicknamed "Ion din Anina" (John of Anina), his remains (the lower jaw) are some 40,000 years old.
- (Romanian) Ion din Anina, primul om din Europa on Jurnalul.ro
- (English) Human fossils set European record on BBC.co.uk
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