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Prehistoric feces reveal parasites from feasting at Stonehenge
Where were Herod Great’s royal alabaster bathtubs quarried?
UO archaeology illuminates Chinese businesses in Eugene
Ancient grains: Grant will help U-M researchers rethink Roman diets
Recent archaeology offers clues about early Chinese in Eugene
‘Homo sapiens is too arrogant: call us Homo faber, toolmaker’
Livestock and Dairying Led To Dramatic Social Changes in Ancient Mongolia, U-m Study Shows
Livestock and dairying led to dramatic social changes in ancient Mongolia
First detailed academic study of East African maritime traditions shows changes in boatbuilding
First detailed academic study of East African maritime traditions reveals changes in boatbuilding
Mapping people of past by means of their bones
Prehistoric earthquakes and snail shells may give future insights
Leslie Webster has been appointed to Treasure Valuation Committee as Trustee
Julian Glover OBE and Taryn Nixon appointed as Trustees of National Heritage Memorial Fund and National Lottery Heritage Fund
York academic leading project to reconstruct famous Sutton Hoo ship
65,000 years of food scraps found at Kakadu tell a story of resilience amid changing climate, sea levels and vegetation
How black rat colonised Europe in Roman and Medieval periods
Spread of black rats was linked to human historical events
Research finally answers what Bronze Age daggers were used for
Parks Canada returns to Franklin Expedition sites after two-year postponement
New Collaborations between Tel Aviv University and Leading Turkish Universities
Professor Chris Gosden has been reappointed as Trustee of British Museum
Life on spectrum and ceramic genius
Neanderthals of North
Glasses bring colour to museum
Ancient skeletons reveal history of worm parasites in Britain
Prehistoric people created art by firelight
Scientists take step toward developing ‘electric eye’
Experts develop new ways of visualising ancient small objects by combining technologies from archaeological research
New methods for visualizing small objects and artifacts
Grave health of our pioneer settlers
La Trobe rises in QS subject rankings
JCU soars in world rankings
UCL subjects jump up world university rankings
Strong performance in QS rankings by subject
Fingerprinting Materials: IAEA Updates Neutron Activation Analysis E-learning Course
Fairlynch Museum to host Lower Otter Restoration Project exhibition
Newly developed excavation robots shape archaeology of future
Mysterious giant stone jars found in India
Summer of Sheffield heritage, designed by you
Smells like Ancient Society: Scientists Find Ways to Study and Reconstruct Past Scents
Triple European grant success for University of York academics
Wild years of our Milky Way galaxy
Unravelling Recycling Practices from 500,000 Years Ago
New computer predictive model useful in identifying ancient hunter-gatherer sites
UO archaeologist plans return to explore Cambodian temple
Mummification in Europe may be older than previously known
Ancient humans impact African island environment