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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
Experts trace links between hare goddesses worshipped for thousands of years
Ancient Genomes Trace Origin and Decline of Scythians
Fermented wool is answer
Genomic insights into origin of pre-historic populations in East Asia
I dig u – 2,000-year-old Cupid figurine among Roman artefacts found on major route
Book Landscapes of Survival sheds new light on habitation of Jordan deserts
Globalization During Bronze & Early Iron Ages
Aroma of Distant Worlds
Early Kenyan Herders Relied on Consistency and Connections in Unpredictable Conditions
UK Government redefines treasure to increase protection for archaeological finds
Epic online music marathon will showcase best of Midlands’ talent
Shear Force-How Good Materials are Made Better
Iron Age man with first known case of TB in Britain was a migrant from continental Europe
Researchers join €10m project examining cultural and climate change across Europe
Population Dynamics and Rise of Empires in Inner Asia
Resilience and climate change: Archaeologists reveal human adaptability in ancient Turkey
Archaeologists: Ancient Turks adapted to climate change
Team of materials researchers explores new domains of compositionally complex metals
Ceramics uncover 3000-year-old trading network
Iron Age wine press yields clues to Phoenician building techniques
New dating of Nebra sky disk
Mixture and Migration Brought Food Production to sub-Saharan Africa
Chemical evidence of dairying by hunter-gatherers in highland Lesotho in first millennium AD
Diverse livelihoods helped resilient Levänluhta people survive a climate disaster
New lecture series introduces research at ancient Sardis
Using molecules to draw on quantum materials
Scientist is a co-author of largest study of ancient human DNA
Archaeologists unearth Durham’s earliest known resident
Expert on the importance of Iran’s cultural heritage