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Professor Andrey Velichko and Archeologist Dr. Andrey Sinitsin

What we read at school in our textbooks is wrong. First people appeared on the European continent 45 rather than 40,000 years ago. And the ancient humans coming out of Africa moved not to Western parts of Europe, but to central Russia. This was recently proved by a sensational discovery made by a group of archeologists who found human artifacts in the village of Kostyonki near the Don River. Spotlight will meet two of the group of Russian scientists, who were part of the historic project - Professor Andrey Velichko and Archeologist Dr. Andrey Sinitsyn.