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Neolithic 'halls of the dead' found

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“ Two Neolithic "halls of the dead" discovered in Herefordshire are "the discovery of a lifetime", according to archaeologists.”
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Extraordinary Carving Discovered Inside Ancient Maya Pyramid

Extraordinary Carving Discovered Inside Ancient Maya Pyramid | Stuff | Scoop.it
“ Archaeologists are calling it a "once-in-a-lifetime find" — a 1,400 year-old frieze vividly decorated with images of gods and rulers. Considered a work of art, the carving is shedding new light into this ancient culture.”
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The End of Gender | Psychology Today

“ The differences between men and women are nuanced, complex, and sometimes insignificant.”
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As Beautiful As A Golden Age Picture Book, An Anatomy App For Kids

“ Good design is often talked about as if it were a secret language spoken only by those sophisticated enough to understand it, but there’s a less self-congratulatory way to think about it: Design is the language that subliminally guides us in our...”
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Gender Gap: Have women gone as far as they can


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Bodies at Uxul show how Maya dismembered their enemies

Bodies at Uxul show how Maya dismembered their enemies | Stuff | Scoop.it

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Skeleton of Ancient Prince Reveals Estruscan Life : DNews

Skeleton of Ancient Prince Reveals Estruscan Life : DNews | Stuff | Scoop.it
“ The body, sealed for 2,600 years until this week, may be a relative of the legendary fifth king of Rome.”
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Ireland claims world's oldest bogman

Ireland claims world's oldest bogman | Stuff | Scoop.it
“ A 4,000-year-old body from the peat of central Ireland is likely to be the world's oldest bog body.”
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The day before death: A new archaeological technique gives insight into the day before death

The day before death: A new archaeological technique gives insight into the day before death | Stuff | Scoop.it
“ The day before the child's death was not a pleasant one, because it was not a sudden injury that killed the 10-13 year old child who was buried in the medieval town of Ribe in Denmark 800 years ago.”
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You See What You Believe

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However, this influence of belief on behavior can be a problem in situations like eyewitness testimony. It is well known that the reports of eyewitnesses are not that reliable.
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Your Ancestors Didn’t Sleep Like You - SlumberWise

Your Ancestors Didn’t Sleep Like You - SlumberWise | Stuff | Scoop.it
“ Once you go back before the 1800s, sleep starts to look a lot different. Your ancestors slept in a way that modern sleepers would find bizarre.”
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How an 1836 Famine Altered the Genes of Children Born Decades Later

How an 1836 Famine Altered the Genes of Children Born Decades Later | Stuff | Scoop.it
“ Why do some identical twins look so different from each other? Could your eating habits during puberty have an impact on the genetic makeup of your grandkids?”
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Performing Shakespeare’s plays with their original English accent

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“ In this short documentary, linguist David Crystal and his son, actor Ben Crystal look at the differences between English pronunciation now and how it was spoken 400 years ago.”
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Study: Men Often Feel a Blow to Their Self-Esteem When the Women They Love Are Successful | @scoopit http://sco.lt/...

Study: Men Often Feel a Blow to Their Self-Esteem When the Women They Love Are Successful | @scoopit http://sco.lt/... | Stuff | Scoop.it
A woman's success also makes a man less interested in their relationship, researchers found.
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Scientists confirm redhead gene evolved due to lack of sunlight

Scientists confirm redhead gene evolved due to lack of sunlight | Stuff | Scoop.it
“ Scientists confirm redhead gene evolved due to lack of sunlight”
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Metaphors of Movement | Rethinking Life's Journey

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“ Metaphors of Movement is the Next Generation of Neurolinguistics Designed by Andrew T. Austin. (RT @lourae33: Metaphors of Movement - 4 day in London with Andrew T. Austin.”
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