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Modern science began on the shores of the Mediterranean around 700BC. What happened?
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Inbreeding Common Practice Based On Ancient Human Skull - Science News - redOrbit

Inbreeding Common Practice Based On Ancient Human Skull - Science News - redOrbit | Ancient Origins of Science | Scoop.it
Although it is considered completely taboo in most modern societies, an ancient human skull found in northern China suggests inbreeding could have been prevalent among ancient peoples around 100,000 years ago.
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What Happened To All That Ancient Science And Knowledge

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Indian culture is one of the oldest and yet retains some books. I know most of you would reject Mahabharata as... http://t.co/nR4tfRGqNk
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Astounding Neolithic Site — Göbekli Tepe | HolyLandPhotos' Blog

Astounding Neolithic Site — Göbekli Tepe | HolyLandPhotos' Blog | Ancient Origins of Science | Scoop.it
This past week I visited Göbekli Tepe (“Potbelly Hill”)—a Neolithic site located about 9 mi. north of Sanliurfa in south–central Turkey. This 22 acre site was functional from roughly 9,600 BC to 8,200 BC and is being excavated ...
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Mini-robot finds surprise in Mexico's ancient Temple of Quetzalcoatl - NBCNews.com (blog)

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Alan Boyle is NBCNews.com's science editor.
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Ancient Australia 'deliberately' settled - ABC Science Online

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ABC Science Online Ancient Australia 'deliberately' settled ABC Science Online First Australians Prehistoric Australia was settled by thousands, not just a handful, of humans, suggesting deliberate rather than accidental colonisation of the...
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Ancient Europeans mysteriously vanished 4,500 years ago

Ancient Europeans mysteriously vanished 4,500 years ago | Ancient Origins of Science | Scoop.it
By Tia GhoseLiveScience The genetic lineage of Europe mysteriously transformed about 4,500 years ago, new research suggests.
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ignatavicius: The World’s First Temple - Göbekli...

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ignatavicius: “The World’s First Temple - Göbekli Tepe “ Göbekli Tepe is a Neolithic hilltop sanctuary erected at the top of a mountain ridge in the Southeastern Anatolia Region of Turkey, some 15...
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Life, Neolithic style | USC News

Life, Neolithic style | USC News | Ancient Origins of Science | Scoop.it
The exercise was an assignment for the First-Year Investigations (FYI) seminar “Human Survival: Learning From the Past,” in which students grasped what it took to subsist in the Neolithic period approximately 8,000 years ago ...
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Supernova Left Its Mark In Ancient Bacteria - Hypography Science ...

Supernova Left Its Mark In Ancient Bacteria - Hypography Science ... | Ancient Origins of Science | Scoop.it
From Nature Sediment in a deep-sea core may hold radioactive iron spewed by a distant supernova 2.2 million years ago and preserved in the fossilize...
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Göbekli Tepe, Turkey: a new wonder of the ancient world - Telegraph.co.uk

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Göbekli Tepe, Turkey: a new wonder of the ancient world
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Neolithic Göbekli Tepe is also remarkably beautiful.
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Pederasty in Ancient Greece‏ | Knowledge Guild

Pederasty in Ancient Greece‏ | Knowledge Guild | Ancient Origins of Science | Scoop.it
'Anal intercourse in general, usually between a man and an adolescent boy' is the archaic meaning of the word paederasty. The Greek word paiderastia is an abstract noun of feminine gender. It is formed from paiderastês.
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Stonehenge may have been occupied five thousand years earlier than ... - Telegraph.co.uk

Stonehenge may have been occupied five thousand years earlier than ... - Telegraph.co.uk | Ancient Origins of Science | Scoop.it
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... millennia BC.
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Wanted: Stonehenge general manager to meet with Druids - Telegraph.co.uk

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It was begun around 3,000BC in the Neolithic period and construction activities continued until about 1600BC in the Bronze Age.
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God was born in Chechnya - American Muslim

God was born in Chechnya
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Yet, philosopher Wittgenstein believed that a Chechen held the key to the secret of life's riddle. Read Leo Tolstoy's beautiful Caucasus tale, Hadji ... The Celts once ruled the whole of ancient Britannia.
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Ancient Mayan Culture Created From Many Influences, Study Finds

Ancient Mayan Culture Created From Many Influences, Study Finds | Ancient Origins of Science | Scoop.it
The mysterious origin of the ancient Mayan civilization is a little more complex than the prevailing theories, researchers say.
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PYTHAGORAS MUSEUM BY OBR | A AS ARCHITECTURE

PYTHAGORAS MUSEUM BY OBR | A AS ARCHITECTURE | Ancient Origins of Science | Scoop.it
Pythagoras Museum by OBR, The Pignera Park is expected to develop into the green heart of the city with landscape features - like the green ring at the base of the hill and the pedestrian paths to the town which will provide better connections ...
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On the Soul and the Elements, or, Farewell to the Tripartite Anthropology, Part I - Patheos (blog)

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On the Soul and the Elements, or, Farewell to the Tripartite Anthropology, Part I
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Using those terms now is as inadequate for our times as using Empedocles' four-element model would be for doing chemistry.
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Nude Greek statues a step too far for Qatar - Al-Arabiya

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Nude Greek statues a step too far for Qatar
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Greece has pulled two ancient statues from an ongoing Olympic Games exhibition in Qatar in a dispute over nudity, a Culture Ministry source said Tuesday.
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aenglaland: The West Kennet Long Barrow is...

aenglaland: The West Kennet Long Barrow is... | Ancient Origins of Science | Scoop.it
aenglaland: “The West Kennet Long Barrow is a Neolithic tomb dating back to 3650 BC and is thus the oldest building in England. The inside tunnels were used as pagan burial chambers and are built from...
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An ancient mating dance offers ranchers, grassland birds a lifeline

An ancient mating dance offers ranchers, grassland birds a lifeline | Ancient Origins of Science | Scoop.it
Ranchers, environmentalists have joined forces to save the prairie and the birds nesting there.
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What Do Quantum Physics and the Ancient Philosophy of Tantra ...

What Do Quantum Physics and the Ancient Philosophy of Tantra ... | Ancient Origins of Science | Scoop.it
HJ: Science has taught us that what can't be proven is suspect, but what if science is only now able to prove what the ancient mystics knew all along? Does that then change how we view science? As human consciousness ...
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Romanian 'Romeo and Juliet' Skeletons Found in Time for Shakespeare's 449th ... - IBTimes.co.uk

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The 5,000-year-old skeletons dated to the late Neolithic period. Forensic evidence suggested they were a young man and woman.
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“Poetic Knowledge” in Ancient Greece and Early China

“Poetic Knowledge” in Ancient Greece and Early China | Ancient Origins of Science | Scoop.it
This essay submits the earliest articulation of explicit poetics in ancient Greece and ancient China to a comparative study, with special focus on the formulation of the notion of “poetic knowledge” in each tradition.
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Giant new telescope pinpoints ancient star-forming galaxies - NBCNews.com (blog)

Giant new telescope pinpoints ancient star-forming galaxies - NBCNews.com (blog) | Ancient Origins of Science | Scoop.it
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A stunning new image from a giant telescope in Chile shows more than 100 ancient, star-forming galaxies in greater clarity than ever before.
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