Asier Gómez-Olivencia of the University of the Basque Country in Spain claims that Kebara, name of the 60,000-year-old male Neanderthal found in Israel in 1983, had greater lung capacity and straighter spines than modern humans. Quoting New Scientist, Arch. News reported on 31.10.2018.
Present day Israel is the ‘second settlement’ of a group of ancient people who were worshippers of Rachel’s Tomb; their migration period cannot be beyond 9th c A.D. at all. Scholars can verify the inherent meaning of this Rachel’s Tomb preserved in other ancient texts before claiming a different history for Israelites of our times. Scriptural identity of Rachel and time of his death can be checked to arrive at the time of Kebara’s arrival in Israel.