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Japan’s oldest human skeleton found in Okinawan cave

Japan’s oldest human skeleton found in Okinawan cave

A partial human skeleton, thought to be the country's oldest dating from around 27,000 years ago, has been found in a collapsed cave in...
Early medieval tombstones unearthed in Armenian excavation site

Early medieval tombstones unearthed in Armenian excavation site

Archaeologists have discovered early medieval tombstones with Mesropian writings in the excavation site of Aghdzk village, Aragatsotn provi...
GIS — a powerful tool to be used with caution

GIS — a powerful tool to be used with caution

Although computer models of archaeological sites are ideal software tools for managing spatially referenced data and commonly used to yield...
'Ethnic minority' tomb complex discovered in Central China's Henan

'Ethnic minority' tomb complex discovered in Central China's Henan

A tomb complex with ethnic minority features has been discovered at the Ruins of Yin in Anyang city, Central China's Henan province. ...
Blood found on Revolutionary War shrapnel in New Jersey

Blood found on Revolutionary War shrapnel in New Jersey

Human blood was found on shrapnel discovered on a Revolutionary War battlefield in New Jersey. Members of the Battlefield Restoration and A...
Anthropologist finds evidence for shared governance in ancient Mexico

Anthropologist finds evidence for shared governance in ancient Mexico

For much of his career, University of Kentucky Professor of Anthropology Christopher Pool has been fascinated by Mexico's ancient Olmec...
Human occupation of Australia pushed back to around 50,000 years ago

Human occupation of Australia pushed back to around 50,000 years ago

An archaeological study has found evidence of the earliest occupation of the Australian coast from Barrow Island, Northwest Australia. ...
Human teeth carry secrets that tell the story of humanity through its fragile relationship with the sun

Human teeth carry secrets that tell the story of humanity through its fragile relationship with the sun

The story of humanity's vital -- and fragile -- relationship with the sun has been locked inside our teeth for hundreds of thousands of...

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