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Metaixmio. Νέα Ελληνική Λογοτεχνία για την Α΄ Λυκείου

Metaixmio. Νέα Ελληνική Λογοτεχνία για την Α΄ Λυκείου | logotexnia | Scoop.it
Νέα Ελληνική Λογοτεχνία για την Α΄ Λυκείου

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A new discovery in Tell Basta.

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ARCE-NOLA's curator insight, October 3, 2013 10:56 AM

Breaking news: Ramses Statue discovery points out the existence of huge 19th Dynasty Temple at Tall Basta- Sharqueyya.

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Έλληνες του πνεύματος & τις τέχνης- Κων/ντίνος Καβάφης

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Human brain boiled in its skull lasted 4000 years - life - 03 October 2013 - New Scientist

Human brain boiled in its skull lasted 4000 years - life - 03 October 2013 - New Scientist | logotexnia | Scoop.it

SHAKEN, scorched and boiled in its own juices, this 4000-year-old human brain has been through a lot.

It may look like nothing more than a bit of burnt log, but it is one of the oldest brains ever found. Its discovery, and the story now being pieced together of its owner's last hours, offers the tantalising prospect that archaeological remains could harbour more ancient brain specimens than thought. If that's the case, it potentially opens the way to studying the health of the brain in prehistoric times.

Brain tissue is rich in enzymes that cause cells to break down rapidly after death, but this process can be halted if conditions are right. For instance, brain tissue has been found in the perfectly preserved body of an Inca child sacrificed 500 years ago. In this case, death occurred at the top of an Andean mountain where the body swiftly froze, preserving the brain.

 


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