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Steel Was Already Used in Europe 2900 Years Ago
Steve Nagler: Neutron Scattering Pioneer at ORNL
Bronze Age Balearic Eating, Social Habits Documented in Study
10,000 Yrs of Immune System Evol. Unveiled via Paleogenomics
Genetic History of Scandinavia Revealed Through 2000 Years
Fictional civilization leaves behind lasting legacy
Schools join forces to develop next generation of historians and artists
Collaboration between Earth Sciences and Archaeology: technology, resources, and synthesis
App taps into distant past in bid to aid tolerance
Teeth analysis gives hints of diet of Iron Age woman
VR helps us experience historical places
Modern pesticide accelerates corrosion of ancient Roman bowl
World’s Earliest Evidence of Opium Use
People of early medieval England had mostly north-western European heritage
New insights from genetics
From Continental Europe to England
Archaeologists working to learn more before 2,500 year-old Lulworth hill fort is lost to sea
Digging through past to uncover future Indo-Pacific relationships
Prehistoric roots of ‘cold sore’ virus traced through ancient herpes DNA
Archaeological features identified at Seaford Head site
Bronze Age enclosure could offer earliest clues on origins of Cardiff
Archaeological dig at park could uncover 2,000-year-old hidden history
Virtual museum brings wonders of Ancient Israel to life
Five Oxford researchers awarded Future Leaders Fellowships
Major new international research reveals new evidence about when, where, and how chickens were domesticated
Creative solution to e-waste wins DARE Art Prize 2022
Cultural objects returned to Iran
University of Alberta anthropologist uncovers oldest human DNA ever found in Africa
Manchester academic’s book wins prestigious Current Archaeology prize
Bronze Age women led change in Orkney
Bronze Age women altered genetic landscape of Orkney, study finds
Due to poor sanitary conditions, Jerusalem elite suffered from infectious disease
Using drones to capture coastal heritage before it’s lost
Isotope tests unlock Iron Age secrets
Origin and legacy of Etruscans
Researchers present evidence that cosmic impact destroyed biblical city in Jordan Valley
Artwork is found in Tashtyk burial tomb chamber
Central European Prehistory was Highly Dynamic
Archaeologists of TSU and Hermitage Museum found unique burial site
New road upgrade helps to build knowledge of Cornwall’s rich history
Scientists reconstruct Mediterranean silver trade, from Trojan War to Roman Republic
City of David and sharks’ teeth mystery
Proposals to expand Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Tradition of keeping mementos in memory of loved ones dates back at least 2,000 years
New excavations in Iberian sites of Kum-Castellet de Banyoles and Coll del Moro in Tivissa
Ancient chickens lived significantly longer than modern fowl because they were seen as sacred – not food – study shows
New insights on animals in African past
Researchers study dog diets in Bronze Age and First Iron Age using remains from Can Roqueta site