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Neolithic Megalithic Tomb in Spain Comprehensively Examined for the First Time

18 days ago − University of Basel
People of the Neolithic age around 6,000 years ago were closely connected both in life and death. This became evident in a detailed archaeological and anthropological of a collective grave containing 50 bodies near Burgos, northern Spain. In the pioneering study, researchers used a whole array of modern methods to examine the way of life in the region at that time. Published in the academic journal PLOS ONE, the…
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• Mammoth Injuries Indicate Humans Occupied Arctic Earlier Than Thought − 25 days ago
• Ancient Burial Rituals Prove You Can Take It with You... And What You Take Says a Lot − 28 days ago
• Archaeological Discovery Yields Surprising Revelations About Europe's Oldest City − 1 months ago
• The First European Farmers Are Traced Back to Anatolia − 1 months ago
• Scientists Find: Religion And Politics Led to Social Tension And Conflict, Then And Now − 1 months ago
• VU Archaeologists Discover Location of Historic Battle Fought by Caesar in Dutch Riverarea − 1 months ago
• Unexpected Wood Source for Chaco Canyon Great Houses − 2 months ago
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02-02-16

Humans Evolved by Sharing Technology And Culture

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01-21-16

Neolithic Megalithic Tomb in Spain Comprehensively Examined for the First Time

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01-11-16

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

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01-06-16

Archaeological Discovery Yields Surprising Revelations About Europe's Oldest City
Recent fieldwork at the ancient city of Knossos on the Greek island of Crete finds that during the early Iron Age (1100 to 600 BC), the city was rich…
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01-05-16

The First European Farmers Are Traced Back to Anatolia

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01-14-16

Mammoth Injuries Indicate Humans Occupied Arctic Earlier Than Thought

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12-21-15

Scientists Find: Religion And Politics Led to Social Tension And Conflict, Then And Now

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11-02-15

Invaluable Ancient Syrian Mosaic Discovered
M√ľnster classical scholars discovered invaluable ancient Syrian mosaics and buildings and are excavating one of the few sites that are currently accessible for studies on ancient Roman Syria despite…
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01-05-15

New Research Dishes the Dirt on the Demise of a Civilization

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06-04-14

Finding the Lost Art of Angkor Wat

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11-07-11

Research to Analyze the Images of Women in Roman Mosaics

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12-15-14

Evidence of Viking/Norse Metalworking in Arctic Canada
A small stone container found by archaeologists a half-century ago has now been recognized as further evidence of a Viking or Medieval Norse presence in Arctic Canada during the…
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12-07-15

Unexpected Wood Source for Chaco Canyon Great Houses

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08-03-15

Bar-Ilan U. Archaeologists Uncover Entrance Gate And Fortification of Biblical City

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Egypt
Early Farmers Exploited Beehive Products at Least 8,500 Years Ago

2 months ago − University of Bristol
Humans have been exploiting bees as far back as the Stone Age, according to new research from the University of Bristol published in Nature today. Previous evidence from prehistoric rock art is inferred to show honey hunters and Pharaonic Egyptian murals show early scenes of beekeeping. However, the close association between early farmers and the honeybee remained uncertain. …
 
Greek, Roman

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


28 days ago − University of Cincinnati
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• Frankfurt Archaeologists Discover 'Roman Village' in Gernsheim − 4 months ago
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Islael, Middle East

Impression of King Hezekiah's Royal Seal Discovered in Excavations in Jerusalem


2 months ago − The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
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Europe

Unexpected Wood Source for Chaco Canyon Great Houses


2 months ago − University of Arizona
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Neanderthal

The Stapes of a Neanderthal Child Points to the Anatomical Differences with Our Species


10 months ago − University of the Basque Country
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