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Migration Back to Africa Took Place During the Paleolithic

Yesterday − University of the Basque Country
The Palaeogenomics study conducted by the Human Evolutionary Biology group of the Faculty of Science and Technology, led by ConcepciĆ³n de la Rua, in collaboration with researchers in Sweden, the Netherlands and Romania, has made it possible to retrieve the complete sequence of the mitogenome of the Pestera Muierii woman(PM1)using two teeth. This mitochondrial genome corresponds to the now disappeared U6 basal lineage, and it is from this lineage…
• High Altitude Archaeology: Prehistoric Paintings Revealed − Yesterday
• Ancient Irish Musical History Found in Modern India − 14 days ago
• FAU Student Deciphers 'Cave Art' − 15 days ago
• World's Oldest Axe Fragment Found in Australia − 16 days ago
• Water Storage Made Prehistoric Settlement Expansion Possible in Amazonia − 29 days ago
• High Alpine Dairying May Have Begun over 3000 Years Ago − 1 months ago
• Vladimir Is Thrilled by the Sungarian Man − 1 months ago
• Headdress Reconstruction Throws Light on Hunter-gatherer Rituals − 1 months ago
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04-23-16

High Alpine Dairying May Have Begun over 3000 Years Ago

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05-26-16

High Altitude Archaeology: Prehistoric Paintings Revealed
Archaeologists at the University of York have undertaken pioneering scans of the highest prehistoric paintings of animals in Europe. Studying the rock paintings of Abri Faravel, a rock…
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05-12-16

FAU Student Deciphers 'Cave Art'
One of the caverns in the 75-metre long cave is full of spherical deposits of minerals known as cave clouds that form on rocks in a similar way to…
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04-28-16

Water Storage Made Prehistoric Settlement Expansion Possible in Amazonia

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05-26-16

Migration Back to Africa Took Place During the Paleolithic

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05-11-16

World's Oldest Axe Fragment Found in Australia

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04-15-16

Vladimir Is Thrilled by the Sungarian Man

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02-03-11

Genetic Study Uncovers New Path to Polynesia
Surprising new evidence which overturns current theories of how humans colonised the Pacific has been discovered by scientists at the University of Leeds, UK. …
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05-13-16

Ancient Irish Musical History Found in Modern India

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04-13-16

After 18 Million Years, a New Species of Extinct Rodent Discovered in Israel

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04-13-16

Headdress Reconstruction Throws Light on Hunter-gatherer Rituals
A research team led by archaeologists at the University of York used traditional techniques to create replicas of ritual headdresses made by hunter-gatherers 11,000 years ago in North Western…
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Anthropology: Ancient Skull from Galilee Cave Offers Clues to the First Modern Europeans

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Archaeologists Uncover Oldest Mine in the Americas

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Archaeologists Discover Maya 'Melting Pot'

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Egypt
Identity Unearthed

2 months ago − University of California - Santa Barbara
In a middle-class tomb just east of the Nile River in what was Upper Nubia, a woman offers a glimpse of how two met civilizations met, mingled and a new pharaonic dynasty arose. Her tomb was Egyptian, but she was buried in the Nubian style -- placed in a flexed position on her side and resting on a bed. Around her neck she wore amulets of the Egyptian god…
• Early Farmers Exploited Beehive Products at Least 8,500 Years Ago − 6 months ago
 
Greek, Roman

Ancient Burial Rituals Prove You Can Take It with You... And What You Take Says a Lot


4 months ago − University of Cincinnati
• Archaeological Discovery Yields Surprising Revelations About Europe's Oldest City − 4 months ago
• UC Team Discovers Rare Warrior Tomb Filled with Bronze Age Wealth And Weapons − 7 months ago
• Bernini's 'Animas' Were Originally Meant to Be Mythological Sculptures − 3 months ago
• High Altitude Archaeology: Prehistoric Paintings Revealed − Yesterday
• Tel Aviv University Discovers Fabric Collection Dating Back to Kings David And Solomon − 3 months ago
• VU Archaeologists Discover Location of Historic Battle Fought by Caesar in Dutch Riverarea − 5 months ago
 
Islael, Middle East

After 18 Million Years, a New Species of Extinct Rodent Discovered in Israel


1 months ago − The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
• Handwriting Analysis Provides Clues for Dating of Old Testament Texts − 1 months ago
• Ancient Quarry Proves Human Impact on Landscape − 1 months ago
• Prehistoric Village Links Old And New Stone Ages − 3 months ago
• Impression of King Hezekiah's Royal Seal Discovered in Excavations in Jerusalem − 5 months ago
• Bar-Ilan U. Archaeologists Uncover Entrance Gate And Fortification of Biblical City − 9 months ago
 
Europe

Ancient Irish Musical History Found in Modern India


14 days ago − Australian National University
• High Altitude Archaeology: Prehistoric Paintings Revealed − Yesterday
• Vladimir Is Thrilled by the Sungarian Man − 1 months ago
• Headdress Reconstruction Throws Light on Hunter-gatherer Rituals − 1 months ago
• Humans Evolved by Sharing Technology And Culture − 3 months ago
• Unexpected Wood Source for Chaco Canyon Great Houses − 5 months ago
• Early Farmers Exploited Beehive Products at Least 8,500 Years Ago − 6 months ago
 
Neanderthal
FAU Student Deciphers 'Cave Art'

15 days ago − University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
One of the caverns in the 75-metre long cave is full of spherical deposits of minerals known as cave clouds that form on rocks in a similar way to stalactites and stalagmites. In 2005, cave researchers discovered a large number of lines that looked like they could have been made by humans on the rock-hard surface of these cave clouds. An archaeologist studied these lines several years later and…
• Altai Neanderthal Shows Gene Flow from Early Modern Humans − 3 months ago
 
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