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Early in the twentieth century the proximity of Greece to the Near East encouraged archaeologists to look to " d i f f u s i o n , ' e i t h e r cultural (movement of artifacts and ideas) or demie (movement of people), as an explanation. This line of thinking was strongly supported by the theoretical w o r k of V. G o r d o n Childe, an Australian archaeologist at the University of Edinburgh, w h o d e m o n strated the primary nature of Near Eastern and Egyptian moves toward agriculture and the fundamental similarity of the Neolithic cultures that appeared in neighboring geographic regions such as Greece.
What species is it? A n d h o w did it get into the cavern where it was found? T h e cranium is a lonely, isolated find. Although the cavern deposits have been explored by amateur paleontologists, there are f e w published facts to go by. T h e cavern is too dark and wet for habitation, and the numerous fossilized animal bones 111 the deposits are d o m i nated by species such as the extinct cave hyena and cave bear, animals unlikely to have been congenial roommates for these hominids. T w o major theories account for the cranium's presence in the cavern.
Early in the H o l o cene, approximately 12,000 years ago or a millennium after the Palaeolithic , a new people in some ways very different from their predecessors made their debut. Unlike earlier migrants w h o came by land, they came f r o m across the sea. Our best evidence for reconstructing life in the Mesolithic, as this new period is called, comes from Franchthi Cave, which was excavated between 1967 and 1979 by Thomas W. Jacobsen of Indiana University. T h e Mesolithic there begins abruptly after a hiatus thought to have lasted about 900 years.