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Neanderthals helped create early human art, researcher says
  • 14/05/2021 15:34

Neanderthals helped create early human art, researcher says

Archaeologist says ability to think and create objects may not have been restricted to homo sapiens

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Ancient human migration into Europe revealed via genome analysis
  • 14/05/2021 15:18

Ancient human migration into Europe revealed via genome analysis

Genetic sequencing dating back 45,000 years shows intermixing with Neanderthals more common than previously thought

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Remains of nine Neanderthals found in cave south of Rome
  • 12/05/2021 16:12

Remains of nine Neanderthals found in cave south of Rome

Italian archaeologists believe most of Neanderthals were killed by hyenas then dragged back to den

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Just in Time for Easter, a Family of Burrowing Bunnies Accidentally Made a Major Archeological Discovery on a Welsh Island
  • 09/04/2021 13:54

Just in Time for Easter, a Family of Burrowing Bunnies Accidentally Made a Major Archeological Discovery on a Welsh Island

These industrious rabbits have provided valuable assistance when it comes to the archeological record of Skokholm Island.

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What an ancient wooden sculpture tells us about the history of mankind
  • 06/04/2021 10:02

What an ancient wooden sculpture tells us about the history of mankind

A Russian-German research team has determined the age of the Shigir sculpture to be 12,000 years old. That could literally mean rewriting the history of mankind.

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Woman's garden 'stepping stone' turns out to be an ancient Roman artifact
  • 10/03/2021 13:04

Woman's garden 'stepping stone' turns out to be an ancient Roman artifact

She had been using it as a stair to mount her horse.

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Graves of nearly 600 cats and dogs in ancient Egypt may be world’s oldest pet cemetery
  • 05/03/2021 14:18

Graves of nearly 600 cats and dogs in ancient Egypt may be world’s oldest pet cemetery

The cats and dogs lie as if asleep, in individual graves. Many wore collars or other adornments, and they had been cared for through injury and old age, like today’s pets. But the last person to bury a beloved animal companion in this arid Egyptian land on the coast of the Red Sea did so nearly 2000 years ago.

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TINY FOX BONES ARE CLUES TO HUMAN EVOLUTION
  • 03/02/2021 10:40

TINY FOX BONES ARE CLUES TO HUMAN EVOLUTION

This animal model can help scientists better understand the body size and limbs of Homo floresiensis, and how they relate to human ancestors, says Colleen B. Young. Above, an island fox skeleton. (Credit: U. Missouri)

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Child's Bones Buried 40,000 Years Ago Solve a Longstanding Neanderthal Mystery
  • 12/01/2021 13:14

Child's Bones Buried 40,000 Years Ago Solve a Longstanding Neanderthal Mystery

PETER DOCKRILL

We don't know whether it was a boy or a girl. But this ancient child, a Neanderthal, only made it to about two years of age.

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Spooning skeletons: Who were these 3,000-year-old 'Romeo and Juliet'?
  • 04/01/2021 20:41

Spooning skeletons: Who were these 3,000-year-old 'Romeo and Juliet'?

More than 3,000 years ago, a couple at the biblical site of Bethsaida, in Israel, was buried side by side in a spooning position, with the male's arm over the female's body, and the archaeologists who discovered the remains are now calling the couple "Romeo and Juliet."

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