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Indiana University, tribal nations complete Angel Mounds repatriation
Researchers denounce revived theory of Caribbean cannibalism
Old honeypot: oldest direct evidence for honey collecting in Africa
Boomerangs return with greater insights into ample uses
Grave goods show gendered roles for Neolithic farmers
Ancient DNA hints at diverse Stone Age traditions of kinship
Getting to bottom of Bigfoot myth with researcher Marian Bailey
Bone tools found in arid landscape among oldest in Australia
USF archaeologists examine ancient response to climate change in Tampa Bay
800-year-old medieval pottery fragments reveal Jewish dietary practices
Bone tools in Kimberley among oldest in Australia
Afghan woman putting her life at risk to rid her home of mines
Experts trace links between hare goddesses worshipped for thousands of years
Archaeology of face masks: ‘Face masks layers will be a huge help for future archaeologists’
When rock art meets machine learning
A poem a day: U-M Poetry Blast includes outdoor exhibition, daily readings, poetry prompts
Human Evolution: Early Homo sapiens in Africa’s Outback
In discipline of archaeology, harassment is occurring at ‘epidemic rates,’ says Stanford scholar
Shark Bay Festival to focus on Wirriya Jalyanu seagrass and restoration
Exhibit honours ladies who launched bold plan
Ancient Megafaunal Mutualisms and Extinctions as Factors in Plant Domestication
Lawyers used sheepskin as anti-fraud device for hundreds of years to stop fraudsters pulling wool over people’s eyes, study shows
Towards a Better Understanding of Societal Responses to Climate Change
Author Meg Keneally to speak about her book ‘The Wreck’ at Parkes Library
Bestselling author Meg Keneally to visit Orange City Library
Archaeologists discover ancient bone artefact
Dr. Patrick Roberts Receives Prestigious Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Prize
Research discovers malaria devastating humans far earlier than expected
Skeletons reveal coevolution of humans & pathogens
Durham subjects ranked among world’s best 4 March
La Trobe excels in QS subject rankings 4 March
Continued success for Southampton in QS World University Rankings by Subject
Deep dive into bioarchaeological data reveals Mediterranean migration trends over 8,000 years
New data reveals British sea level records stretching back 200 years
USF-based archaeologists help uncover lost African American cemetery in Clearwater
Research at Garra TSR
Scientists date Australia’s oldest rock shelter painting
Advanced imaging technology captures translation of maternal genome
Business support scheme to boost UK space industry has lift off
Mongolian Archaeological Project Receives 2 Million Euro Arcadia Grant
Bite-size insights to past
Archaeological team co-led by Princeton’s Vischak identifies world’s oldest industrial-scale brewery
Tel Aviv University Announces First of Its Kind International Program
First humans in Tasmania must have seen spectacular auroras
Neanderthals and Homo sapiens used identical Nubian Technology
I dig u – 2,000-year-old Cupid figurine among Roman artefacts found on major route
Gender gap: Women represent two-thirds of doctorates, but hold only one-third of academic jobs
National Apprenticeship Week 2021 building back better with apprentices