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Neolithic burials reveals Stone Age inequality

Research carried out on more than 300 Neolithic burials has revealed that those buried with tools had access to better land than those buried without them. The project was led by professor Alasdair Whittle from Cardiff University's school of history, archaeology and religion, and involved studying more than 300 skeletons across

For Sale: Civil War battlefield

If you've got $2.7 million lying around and have no idea what to spend it on, may I suggest buying a Civil War battlefield in Georgia. The Kennesaw tract entered Civil War history in June 1864, when Sherman's army was pushing south from Tennessee toward Atlanta. In their path was Kennesaw

Insects trapped in amber raise questions about India’s origins

A veritable trove of insects found preserved in amber for millions of years is raising questions about how long India was isolated before it merged with the Asian continent. The insects – bees, termites, spiders, and flies – had been entombed in the vast Cambay deposit in western India for

Land developer and First Nations community fight for site

A First Nations site on Vancouver Island, which dates back 1,800 years, is at the heart of a long-running saga between a developer and a First Nations community. Another discovery was the remains of a young child wearing a 400-bead, six-string necklace, meaning the child had some hereditary status says McLay,

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