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Engraved Stone Dating Back 30,000 Years Found in China

Engraved Stone Dating Back 30,000 Years Found in China | Anthropology, Archaeology, and History | Scoop.it
Chinese archaeologists have discovered a stunning 30,000-year-old engraved stone artifact in a collection of stone tools unearthed at the Paleolithic site of Shuidonggou in 1980.
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Stratum plus Journal | High Anthropological School University - Academia.edu

Stratum plus Journal | High Anthropological School University - Academia.edu | Anthropology, Archaeology, and History | Scoop.it
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On The Move: A Brief Overview of the Mobile Homes of the Middle Ages

On The Move: A Brief Overview of the Mobile Homes of the Middle Ages | Anthropology, Archaeology, and History | Scoop.it
The shape people most often associate with the Middle Ages is the pavilion. Circular with a conical roof ending in a point, these tents began to appear in western European artworkin the 13th century.
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Humans on many roads to Asia : Past Horizons Archaeology

Humans on many roads to Asia : Past Horizons Archaeology | Anthropology, Archaeology, and History | Scoop.it
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New DNA test can determine eye and hair colour from people who lived in the Middle Ages

New DNA test can determine eye and hair colour from people who lived in the Middle Ages | Anthropology, Archaeology, and History | Scoop.it
A team of researchers from Poland and the Netherlands have developed a system that is able to answer what the hair and eye colour is from individuals who lived over 800 years ago.
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5 Historical Misconceptions Rundown

5 common misconceptions about history debunked. **Shirts now available: http://goo.gl/1Wlnd Get one to support the channel.** Grey's blog: http://www.cgpgrey...
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ATOR: From Youtube to Blender: Forensic facial reconstruction of a child mummy

ATOR: From Youtube to Blender: Forensic facial reconstruction of a child mummy | Anthropology, Archaeology, and History | Scoop.it
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Abandoned Colony in Greenland: Archaeologists Find Clues to Viking Mystery - SPIEGEL ONLINE

Abandoned Colony in Greenland: Archaeologists Find Clues to Viking Mystery - SPIEGEL ONLINE | Anthropology, Archaeology, and History | Scoop.it
For years, researchers have puzzled over why Viking descendents abandoned Greenland in the late 15th century.
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Mobility, mortality, and the middle ages: Identification of migrant individuals in a 14th century black death cemetery population - Kendall - 2012 - American Journal of Physical Anthropology - Wile...

Mobility, mortality, and the middle ages: Identification of migrant individuals in a 14th century black death cemetery population - Kendall - 2012 - American Journal of Physical Anthropology - Wile... | Anthropology, Archaeology, and History | Scoop.it
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Herbs and Drugs in Monastic Gardens

Herbs and Drugs in Monastic Gardens | Anthropology, Archaeology, and History | Scoop.it
In those small backyards the monks planted various medical herbs from which drugs were gained and gathered to provide the monastery and the sick of the neighbourhood with medicine. Every monk, in this way, was a doctor and pharmacist as well.
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UC Research Unveils How Some Medieval Cultures Adapted to Rise of Islam

UC Research Unveils How Some Medieval Cultures Adapted to Rise of Islam | Anthropology, Archaeology, and History | Scoop.it
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UC history research examines how border areas and frontiers of the past adapted to major political, cultural and social shifts, specifically in terms of the rise of Islam in Asia and the Middle East.
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The regional imperial cult in the Roman province of Dalmatia

The regional imperial cult in the Roman province of Dalmatia | Anthropology, Archaeology, and History | Scoop.it
The province of Dalmatia was divided into three juridical districts (conventi iuridici): Scardona, Salona and Narona, of which the first was organized on the basis of the territorial principle and encompassed a higher number of municipalities...
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Learning from the Dead

Learning from the Dead | Anthropology, Archaeology, and History | Scoop.it
Somewhere along the banks of the River Volga in Russia there is a large earthen mound underneath which are the burnt remains of a cremation funeral conducted over a thousand years ago.
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British Archaeologist Uncovers Martial Traditions of Minoan Civilization

British Archaeologist Uncovers Martial Traditions of Minoan Civilization | Anthropology, Archaeology, and History | Scoop.it
Dr Barry Molloy has discovered that the Minoan civilization had strong martial traditions.
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Minoan Art: A Celebration of Movement

Minoan Art: A Celebration of Movement | Anthropology, Archaeology, and History | Scoop.it
The Minoan delight in capturing movement within pictures was central to the development of this naturalism, and Minoan artists were obsessed with physical dynamics.
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In the Valley of the Shadow of Death: Plague and Sacrifice in Eyam Village

In the Valley of the Shadow of Death: Plague and Sacrifice in Eyam Village | Anthropology, Archaeology, and History | Scoop.it
  Mompesson’s Well (1665). The story of Eyam is not related to the history of surgery per se, but it is related to the history of disease, and man’s enduring struggles against it. ...
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Byzantine Chapel found beneath Turkish river mud : Past Horizons Archaeology

Byzantine Chapel found beneath Turkish river mud : Past Horizons Archaeology | Anthropology, Archaeology, and History | Scoop.it
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Wait For It...The Mongols!: Crash Course World History #17

Mongols T-Shirt: http://dftba.com/product/10g/CrashCourse-Mongols-Shirt In which John Green teaches you, at long last, about the most exceptional bunch of em...
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Mummified saints of the Northern Croatian Littoral

Mummified saints of the Northern Croatian Littoral | Anthropology, Archaeology, and History | Scoop.it
European mummies occupy a significant place among the world known mummies.
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25 Most Intense Archaeological Discoveries In Human History

25 Most Intense Archaeological Discoveries In Human History | Anthropology, Archaeology, and History | Scoop.it
While archaeology may not seem like the most exciting profession in the world, it certainly has its moments. Of course, you won't be excavating mummies everyday but on occasion you may find yourself face to face with some fairly intense artifacts.
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This Is Anthropology | Home

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ScienceDirect.com - Journal of Archaeological Science - Rats cannot have been intermediate hosts for Yersinia pestis during medieval plague epidemics in Northern Europe

ScienceDirect.com - Journal of Archaeological Science - Rats cannot have been intermediate hosts for Yersinia pestis during medieval plague epidemics in Northern Europe | Anthropology, Archaeology, and History | Scoop.it
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Researchers Find First Evidence of Ice Age Wolves in Nevada

Researchers Find First Evidence of Ice Age Wolves in Nevada | Anthropology, Archaeology, and History | Scoop.it
Dire wolf skeleton : Wiki Commons A University of Nevada, Las Vegas research team recently unearthed fossil remains from an extinct wolf species in a wash northwest of Las Vegas, revealing the first evidence that the ice age mammal once lived in...
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Archaeological site in Shinas unearthed | Oman Observer

Archaeological site in Shinas unearthed | Oman Observer | Anthropology, Archaeology, and History | Scoop.it
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Excavating All Saints: a medieval church rediscovered

Excavating All Saints: a medieval church rediscovered | Anthropology, Archaeology, and History | Scoop.it
When excavations started at the site of the ‘lost’ church of All Saint’s in York, archaeologists knew they would find burials.
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