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Archaeological Geneticists Call Jack The Ripper DNA Study 'Unpublishable Nonsense' 0 Eugene Tuesday Tuesday 2 166
Ancient Monkey Bone Tools Shake Up the Narrative of Early Human Migration to the Rain Forest 1 Judi Lynn Tuesday Tuesday 3 217
Death Mask of Pakal the Great 1 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 9 146
Birds and Humans Are Depicted Together in This Rare Scene From 12,000 Years Ago 0 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 3 249
Holy fudge: soft foods helped humans form 'f' and 'v' sounds - study 0 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 4 104
Mary Rose crew might have included sailors of African heritage 0 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 2 67
Babylonian treasure seized at Heathrow to be returned to Iraq 1 Judi Lynn Thursday Thursday 3 159
Stone Age Cave Symbols May All Be Part of a Single Prehistoric Proto-Writing System 11 Judi Lynn Mar 7 Mar 12 31 847
Ancient civilization sacrificed more than 100 of their children to stop bad weather, say archaelogis 0 Judi Lynn Mar 12 Mar 12 4 159
'A big jump': People might have lived in Australia twice as long as we thought 0 Judi Lynn Mar 12 Mar 12 1 92
Maya ritual cave 'untouched' for 1,000 years stuns archaeologists 5 Judi Lynn Mar 4 Mar 7 14 370
History's largest child sacrifice was a response to devastating weather, archaeologists say 1 Eugene Mar 6 Mar 6 1 124
Mystery of human skull defleshed and boiled by ancient farmers 0 Judi Lynn Mar 3 Mar 3 3 270
Researchers uncover evidence of Indigenous aquaculture 3,500 years ago 0 Judi Lynn Mar 3 Mar 3 4 120
This Is How Different Cultures Grieve With Food 3 Judi Lynn Mar 1 Mar 1 7 244
Searching for the ships Cortés burned before destroying the Aztecs 0 Judi Lynn Mar 1 Mar 1 4 174
Ming Dynasty Skeletons Reveal Secrets of Foot-Binding 13 Judi Lynn Feb 26 Mar 1 8 408
A 2,000-year-old tattoo needle still has ink on the tip 0 Judi Lynn Mar 1 Mar 1 5 144
Human Generosity Study Shows Altruistic Societies Better Survive Hard Times 2 Judi Lynn Feb 26 Feb 26 12 213
Students build woven pavilion to shade archaeologists in Peru's desert 0 Judi Lynn Feb 25 Feb 25 5 196
Inca Ritual Baths Fed by Waterfall Reveals More of Its Secrets 1 Judi Lynn Feb 23 Feb 25 2 129
Did Bronze Age Europeans Keep Foxes As Pets? 3 Judi Lynn Feb 23 Feb 23 8 144
Researchers Reaffirm Remains in Viking Warrior Tomb Belonged to a Woman 4 Judi Lynn Feb 23 Feb 23 24 432
The ancient people in the high-latitude Arctic had well-developed trade 0 Judi Lynn Feb 23 Feb 23 3 239
Isotopes found in bones suggest Neanderthals were fresh meat eaters 0 Judi Lynn Feb 21 Feb 21 4 219
Archaeologists discover Incan tomb in Peru 2 Judi Lynn Feb 19 Feb 19 27 1507
Skeletons of elite members of mysterious ancient civilisation found 3 Judi Lynn Feb 10 Feb 17 12 415
Skeleton of Teen Girl Found Buried Next to Mysterious Pyramid in Egypt 2 Judi Lynn Feb 12 Feb 16 5 151
Seven moral rules found all around the world 5 Judi Lynn Feb 13 Feb 13 8 359
Maya bones bring a lost civilization to life 0 Judi Lynn Feb 13 Feb 13 8 138
Prehistoric Sailors May Be Responsible for Stonehenge, Other Megaliths 2 Judi Lynn Feb 12 Feb 12 3 270
Underwater Archaeologists Find Surprising Artifacts from Major Roman Naval Battle 1 Judi Lynn Feb 11 Feb 11 12 442
Siberian Cave Findings Shed Light on Extinct Human Species 5 Judi Lynn Jan 31 Feb 11 11 569
DNA reveals early mating between Asian herders and European farmers 1 Judi Lynn Feb 9 Feb 10 5 320
Indigenous Brazilians And Environmental Protection - Analysis 0 Judi Lynn Feb 9 Feb 9 2 127
Mighty Warrior's Medieval Sword Pulled Triumphantly ... from Denmark Sewer 4 Judi Lynn Feb 8 Feb 8 9 398
A taste for fat may have made us human, says study 4 Kali Feb 7 Feb 8 2 289
The Lost World of the Maya is Finally Emerging From the Jungle 2 Judi Lynn Feb 8 Feb 8 8 360
You Can Now Look At The Faces Of Some Of Britain's Earliest Inhabitants 3 Judi Lynn Feb 6 Feb 7 16 433
Homo sapiens or Denisovans? Who made stunning cave jewellery and artefacts up to 48,000 years ago? 1 Judi Lynn Feb 6 Feb 6 2 267
MEET THE HOMO ERECTUS: WHAT OUR ANCESTORS ATE, LOOKED LIKE, AND MORE 0 Judi Lynn Feb 6 Feb 6 7 233
How seeing snakes in the grass helped primates to evolve 0 Judi Lynn Feb 6 Feb 6 3 154
Vikings brought leprosy to Ireland 1 Judi Lynn Feb 1 Feb 1 5 261
Archaeologists Have Discovered a Lost Metropolis in South Africa 2 Judi Lynn Jan 31 Jan 31 11 325
Neanderthals and Denisovans Shared a Siberian Cave for Thousands of Years, New Research Suggests 0 jpak Jan 30 Jan 30 4 239
Clever, tech-savvy Neanderthals 'were long-distance killers' 4 Judi Lynn Jan 27 Jan 28 8 382
How capable were early hominins of crossing water? 2 Judi Lynn Jan 27 Jan 28 6 317
Artificial Intelligence identifies unknown human ancestor 6 Judi Lynn Jan 27 Jan 28 26 1193
Easter Island statues: mystery behind their location revealed 6 Judi Lynn Jan 11 Jan 27 18 872
11,500-year-old animal bones in Jordan suggest early dogs helped humans hunt 1 Judi Lynn Jan 27 Jan 27 2 101
Human's ancient relative found in China has modern dental growth 0 Judi Lynn Jan 27 Jan 27 4 187
New Heiltsuk website explores 6,000-year-old village 1 Judi Lynn Jan 25 Jan 25 3 190
Rare Ancient Peruvian Death Mask Found Off Florida Coast 0 Judi Lynn Jan 25 Jan 25 8 264
Humans burdened cattle 6000 years ago 0 Judi Lynn Jan 25 Jan 25 4 140
3,000-Year-Old Tomb of King Tut Finally Restored 3 Judi Lynn Jan 23 Jan 24 18 1839
The ancient tombs of Colombia's Tierradentro 1 Judi Lynn Jan 23 Jan 24 3 228
Ancient Argyll glen hailed as Britain's answer to Egypt's famous Valley of Kings by TV anthropologis 4 Judi Lynn Jan 23 Jan 23 9 316
How ancient DNA may rewrite prehistory in India 3 Judi Lynn Jan 1 Jan 23 11 469
What happened to the ancient Mayan civilization? 3 Judi Lynn Nov 2018 Jan 23 8 474
Did the Vikings Think the Gods Were Watching Them? 0 Judi Lynn Jan 17 Jan 17 4 402
Damage to Ancient Carving of Egyptian Couple Was Meant to Hurt Them in the Afterlife 0 Judi Lynn Jan 16 Jan 16 3 237
Long-Hidden 'Pyramid' Found in Indonesia Was Likely an Ancient Temple 1 Judi Lynn Jan 12 Jan 12 7 438
The Gauls really did embalm the severed heads of enemies, research shows 0 Judi Lynn Jan 11 Jan 11 5 331
A medieval woman's work left blue pigment on her teeth 3 Judi Lynn Jan 10 Jan 10 3 244
Archaeologist debunks the myth of "the nearly naked Bushmen" 0 Judi Lynn Jan 10 Jan 10 2 348
Sino-Egyptian joint archaeological team works to crack password to ancient Egypt 0 Judi Lynn Jan 7 Jan 7 2 260
Decapitated bodies found in Roman cemetery in Great Whelnetham 0 Judi Lynn Jan 7 Jan 7 1 165
Seagrass Safeguards Human History 0 Judi Lynn Jan 7 Jan 7 1 147
Skulls With 'Surfer's Ear' Suggest Ancient Pearl Divers in Panama 5 Judi Lynn Jan 6 Jan 6 15 777
Egypt uncovers intact 4,400-year-old pharaonic tomb near Giza pyramids 1 Judi Lynn Jan 5 Jan 5 5 397
Archaeologists Identify Oldest Known Human Burial in Lower Central America 3 left-of-center2012 Jan 4 Jan 4 9 355
Giant "Ice House" discovered under the streets of Marylebone 5 Judi Lynn Dec 28 Jan 2 9 583
Mexican experts discover first temple of god depicted as skinned human corpse 1 Eugene Jan 2 Jan 2 6 435
'Little Foot' endocast reveals a small brain combining ape-like and human-like features 2 Judi Lynn Dec 25 Dec 28 7 384
Search on for early man skeletons in Mt Kenya as ancient tools found 2 Judi Lynn Dec 25 Dec 25 6 304
Lake Titicaca: Underwater museum brings hope to shores 0 Judi Lynn Dec 21 Dec 21 10 369
Egypt announces discovery of 4,400-year-old tomb 9 Judi Lynn Dec 2018 Dec 2018 46 1763
'Spirits Won't Rest': DNA Links Ancient Bones to Living Aboriginal Australians 0 Eugene Dec 2018 Dec 2018 2 235
Some people have slightly squashed heads thanks to Neanderthal DNA 1 Judi Lynn Dec 2018 Dec 2018 7 365
Ancient coloured 'pencil' up to 50,000 years old found in Siberia 0 Judi Lynn Dec 2018 Dec 2018 21 910
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