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Researchers link ancient wooden structure to water ritual
Pop art meets ancient Egypt
Scrap for cash before coins
Ancient DNA reveals origin of first Bronze Age civilizations in Europe
Scientists have developed a new “key-hole surgery” technique to extract metals from earth – which could revolutionise future
Climate crises in Mesopotamia prompted first stable forms of State
Ancient DNA hints at diverse Stone Age traditions of kinship
Researchers study dog diets in Bronze Age and First Iron Age using remains from Can Roqueta site
New Discovery Reveals Early Dispersal of Neolithic Domesticated Sheep into Heart of Central Asia
Ancient Genomes Trace Origin and Decline of Scythians
Elite women may have ruled El Argar 4,000 years ago
Elite women might have ruled El Argar 4,000 years ago
Deep dive into bioarchaeological data reveals Mediterranean migration trends over 8,000 years
Under climate stress, human innovation set stage for population surge
What did Swiss eat during Bronze Age?
Tel Aviv University Excavation Examines “Ancient High Tech”
Book Landscapes of Survival sheds new light on habitation of Jordan deserts
Aroma of Distant Worlds
3,500-year-old place of worship with mass burials discovered
Sydney’s newest museum opens
Shear Force-How Good Materials are Made Better
Researchers join €10m project examining cultural and climate change across Europe
Population Dynamics and Rise of Empires in Inner Asia
Big interdisciplinary project to reveal patterns of migration
Bronze Age travel routes revealed using pioneering research method
Sea-level rise will have complex consequences for coasts and communities
Resilience and climate change: Archaeologists reveal human adaptability in ancient Turkey
Archaeologists: Ancient Turks adapted to climate change
Prehistory of modern dogs
Medium: rock that could change history
A woman picks up her stylus …
An old pollen seed can predict tomorrow’s climate
Team of materials researchers explores new domains of compositionally complex metals
Ceramics uncover 3000-year-old trading network
Rise of rice farming in Asia 3,000 years ago explained in UH research
Blonde Scandinavians or well-travelled Southern Europeans
European Economic Area dates back to Bronze Age
New dating of Nebra sky disk
Revised tree ring data confirms ancient Mediterranean dates
Going platinum at nanoscale
New models detail how major rivers will respond to changing environmental conditions
Unearthing Evidence of More Sophisticated Manufacturing in Bronze Age
Study finds ancient Canaanites genetically linked to modern populations
Study finds ancient Canaanites genetically linked to modern populations
Ancient Genomes Link Subsistence Change and Human Migration in Northern China
Human Mobility and Western Asia’s Early State-Level Societies
Oldest Connection with Native Americans Identified Near Lake Baikal in Siberia
Four researchers awarded for doctoral dissertations of outstanding merit