The boy was found in El Sidrón, a complex cave system in Asturias, Spain, that has given up the remains of seven adults and six children, all within the same Neanderthal group. Ancient DNA samples suggest the boy might have had an infant sibling.Both could be offspring of a young adult female also found in the cave.reveals the discovery of the well-preserved skeleton of a Neanderthal boy who lived in Spain 49,000 years ago.

However, they were copied and recopied many times over.

Bible copies were made entirely by hand until printing was invented in 15th century.

The scientific methods of paleography and radiocarbon dating can now determine approximately when the thousands of different manuscripts were written.

This new knowledge has enabled newer translations based on the oldest and best ancient Hebrew and Greek manuscripts.

The KJV is considered a masterpiece of English literature, both scholarly and stylistically.

The KJV, itself, has been updated several times: in 1629, 1638, 1762, and 1769.

“He was starting to do daily activities,” Rosas says. “This will be the first step to get a bigger picture of the life cycle of Neanderthals,” Rosas says.

s and contains books of the Law, history of Israel, wisdom, and prophecy. The , a group of fifteen late OT books, was written during the period 170 B. The people of first century Palestine, including Jesus, spoke the Aramaic language. The early church leaders gradually assembled these writings into what is now known as the New Testament.

As a result, there are many small variations among the many ancient Bible manuscripts still in existence.

Many additional ancient Bible manuscripts and fragments have been discovered since the late 1800's.

These Jewish books were included in many versions of the Septuagint in circulation as the New Testament was being formed, but they were excluded from the official canon of Judaism, established about 100 A. Today, the books of the Apocrypha are included in Catholic versions of the OT, but not in most Protestant versions.