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They are thought to have arisen during the LGM, most likely in the Caucasus, and were spread to Europe in a "selective sweep" during the late Upper Paleolithic to early Mesolithic, between c. The flint tools found in association with the remains at Cro-Magnon have associations with the Aurignacian culture that Lartet had identified a few years before he found the first skeletons.
The Aurignacian differ from the earlier cultures by their finely worked bone or antler points and flint points made for hafting, the production of Venus figurines and cave painting.
With advancing deglaciation, after about 17 ka, finds associated with the Magdalenian, are transitional to the mesolithic hunter-gatherer (WHG) populations.
Neanderthals became extinct shortly after this time, presumably being outcompeted or actively killed by the advancing EEMH.
Use of "Cro-Magnon" is mostly restricted to times after the beginning of the Aurignacian proper, c. The description as "modern" is used as contrasting with the "archaic" Neanderthals who lived within Europe from 400,000 to 37,000 years ago.
The term EEMH is equivalent to Cro-Magnon Man, or Cro-Magnons, a term derived from the Cro-Magnon rock shelter in southwestern France, where the first EEMH were found in 1868. Gregory (1921) proposed the subspecies name Homo sapiens cro-magnonensis.
Admixture with Neanderthals appears to cease almost entirely after 45 ka, in spite of several millennia of continued co-existence of AMH and Neanderthals in Europe.
There are two main hypotheses as to the route taken by the earliest AMH entering Europe, following the Danubian corridor or the Mediterranean coast along the Balkans.