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Excavation of mysterious tomb of Laona reveals unexpected findings. Aug 13, 2022 651
Major 'long-lost' fortress city may have been found high in Middle Eastern mountains; Researchers studying the remains of the 2,000-year-old Rabana-Merquly fortress in modern-day Iraqi Kurdistan believe that it could be the lost royal city of Natounia. By, Steven White Jul 25, 2022 470
Mongolia-Turkey joint research team finds ruins of summer palace of Hulagu Khan. Jul 7, 2022 502
Ancient Egyptians Used Leg Crutches to Help Rehabilitate Stroke Patients, New Discovery Shows. Cairo - Hazem Badr Jul 5, 2022 481
New findings at China's Sanxingdui Ruins stun archaeologists. Jun 23, 2022 447
New Sanxingdui findings tell story of exchange, integration in Chinese culture. Jun 16, 2022 763
New findings help with building dossier to seek recognition for Oc Eo archaeological relic as World Cultural Heritage Site. May 1, 2022 327
Bulgarian Archaeological Team in Egypt Starts Tenth Research Season. Mar 4, 2022 338
Ancient DNA helps reveal social changes in Africa 50,000 years ago that shaped the human story. Feb 24, 2022 1390
New findings at Bat shed light on Umm al Nar culture. Feb 16, 2022 282
Cambodia to participate in archaeology, arts and cultural heritage research sharing. Dec 10, 2021 259
Japanese-Korean-Turkish language group traced to farmers in ancient China. Reuters News Service Nov 26, 2021 640
Researches in Romania unearth Neolithic tomb spanning back 6,000 years in Transylvania. Mustafa Marie Aug 26, 2021 295
Unique Artefacts From Mystery Chinese Civilisation Could Rewrite Country's History, Researchers Say. Mar 24, 2021 330
Recent study: Oldest pet cemetery is located in Egypt. Mustafa Marie Mar 9, 2021 262
Archaeological research in a village in Zahorie led to discovery of pre-historic settlement. Dec 19, 2020 328
Findings of ceramic artifacts shed light on Vietnamese history. Dec 17, 2020 552
Archaeologists are mulling meaning of bizarre deformed skull found at Esfahan. Nov 27, 2020 507
Africa was civilised long before it was colonised - Prof Kusimba. Interview Nov 9, 2020 2247
The Viking wipeout of language and culture on the isle of Skye; The landscape of Skye 'completely changed' with the arrival of Vikings in the late 8th Century with Celtic culture and language wiped out as the Norsemen moved in, research has found. Alison Campsie Oct 19, 2020 720
4,000-year-old textile mill unearthed in western Turkey. Sep 23, 2020 334
French school of the Far East hands over research documents to Apsara Authority. Sep 12, 2020 214
5,000-year-old tomb on Orkney designed to 'ease passage to afterlife', research finds; A 5,000-year-old tomb in Orkney contains side chambers that were styled so that they would allow the dead to enter the underworld, new research has found. Alison Campsie Sep 8, 2020 662
Stone tools dating back to 8,000 years unearthed in Oman and Yemen. ONA Aug 11, 2020 489
Research Reveals Deadly Pandemic Devastated International Trade in Ancient Israel 1,500 years ago: research. Jul 29, 2020 278
Egyptian research team reveals traces of life in Egypt 2 M years ago. Mustafa Marie Jul 27, 2020 569
Egyptian research team reveals traces of life in Egypt 2M years ago. Mustafa Marie Jul 27, 2020 568
Ruins of ancient fort 'accidentally' discovered after two decades of research. Ghulam Hussain Khawaja Jul 3, 2020 419
Heads over Tails? An Exploration of Anatomical Arrangement within Cremation Urns from Bronze Age Hungary. Williamson, Kylie A.; Danella, Erika B.; Ullinger, Jaime; Paja, Laszlo; Giblin, Julia Jun 22, 2020 12746
DNA Study Supports Bible: Canaanites Homogeneous Group, Lived in Israel. May 29, 2020 863
Researchers Find Ancient Rooms under Western Wall. May 20, 2020 333
The diet of the Picts revealed in breatkhrough study of skeletons; The diet of the Pictish people has been revealed for the first time following a large-scale analysis of more than 100 skeletons buried in the Highlands. Alison Campsie May 6, 2020 925
New study shows fibre technology Neanderthal-style. Apr 13, 2020 616
Mysterious mammoth bone circles could explain how man survived the last Ice Age; British scientists examining a site in Russia have dated the bones to 20,000 years ago, when Palaeolithic hunter-gatherers lived in the harsh environment. By, Jim Leffman Mar 17, 2020 671
Hayes findings put Makgadikgadi on map. Mar 2, 2020 575
Mass grave containing 48 skeletons from Black Death is discovered in Lincolnshire; The skeletons, which included 27 children, gave scientists and researchers insight to how small communities reacted to the catastrophic disease in the 14th century. By, Tiffany Lo Feb 22, 2020 567
Neanderthals used flowers in their mortuary practices: study. Mohammed El-Said Feb 18, 2020 1446
Israeli Scientists Grow Biblical Era Dates. Feb 7, 2020 732
Research on Moenjodaro has slowed down over last 40 years, moot told. Jan 12, 2020 634
Ancient 'Chewing Gum' Yields Insights. Dec 18, 2019 734
New study explains meaning of Easter Island's mysterious Moai. Dec 17, 2019 156
New study explains meaning of Easter Island's mysterious Moai. Dec 17, 2019 118
Korea to setup Gandhara Research Centre in KP. Dec 7, 2019 152
Dr. Al-Zahrani: The Kingdom is one of the developed countries in the field of archaeological researches and discoveries. Dec 3, 2019 247
Ancient warriors fought with Orme copper, study finds; SWORDS FROM AS FAR BACK AS 1600BC TRADED ACROSS EUROPE. MARI JONES Daily Post Reporter mari.jones@reachplc.com Report Oct 30, 2019 448
Experts solve mystery of human bones in garden; Research finds old remains probably buried by medical students. CALUM PETRIE Oct 22, 2019 378
Archaeologists uncover 2,000-year-old 'lost' road built by Pontius Pilate; Researchers also found more than 100 coins beneath the paving stones that date the street to around the year 31AD. By, Stephen Beech & Neil Murphy Oct 21, 2019 766
Prehistoric humans ate bone marrow like canned soup 400,000 years ago: Study. ANI Oct 13, 2019 566
Mankind has been messing up the planet for more than 4,000 years, study claims; The human imprint on our planet's soil goes back much earlier than the nuclear age. Report Aug 30, 2019 964
10th Century Viking hall unearthed in excavation; ARCHAEOLOGY Researchers find site that could have been used by high chieftain. Aug 7, 2019 415
Ceramics and old foundations found during archaeological research. Jun 27, 2019 419
Success Rates of Recovering Teeth and Infant-Sized Bones Dispersed among Leaf Litter. Pokines, James T.; Purcell, Briana J.; Atkinson, Megan L.; Kilroy, Grace S.; Udoni, Makala M.; Stark Jun 22, 2019 7708
Where humans first got high. Jun 13, 2019 880
Researchers find unusual cereal-based rings from Bronze Age. Jun 6, 2019 391
MICROSCOPIC AND SPECTROSCOPIC STUDIES OF POTTERY FOUND IN THE PRAGUE GROSCHEN HOARD FROM THE AREA OF WALBRZYCH - CONFIRMING COMPATIBILITY BETWEEN THE CERAMIC VESSELS AND THE COINS/WALBRZYCHI LAHEDALT LEITUD PRAHA KROSSIAARDES LEIDUVA KERAAMIKA MIKROSKOOPILINE JA SPEKTROSKOOPILINE UURING - KINNITAMAKS KERAAMIKA NING MUNTIDE KOKKUSOBIVUST. Miazga, Beata; Milejski, Pawel; Rodak, Sylwia; Rafalska-Lasocha, Alicja; Grzesiak-Nowak, Marta Jun 1, 2019 4019
Scientists recreate 5,000-year-old beer. May 24, 2019 449
Humans cooked, ate starchy plant tubers 120,000 years ago: Study. Report May 19, 2019 446
Angkor pond dug for research. May 7, 2019 518
Cats Are Larger: Study of ancient remains. May 1, 2019 194
1,500-Year-Old Fossilized Human Poop Contains Rattlesnake Bones, Scales. Apr 26, 2019 560
92-year-old archaeologist returns to Drapers' Hall dig where more secrets set to be uncovered; His findings, which included evidence of the drapery which was key to Coventry's wealth during medieval times, were never published as the project ran out of money. Apr 21, 2019 1071
Archaeological research uncovered 17 cremation graves. Apr 16, 2019 255
Study finds Stonehenge feasts drew people from miles away. Mar 14, 2019 491
Grave of 140 slaughtered children in Peru reveals ChimE[bar] secrets. Mar 13, 2019 577
More research needed to uncover secrets of Bhambhore, says Italian expert. Feb 20, 2019 697
Research shows humans tamed Sri Lankan jungle 45,000 years ago. Feb 20, 2019 585
Research reveals signs of Acheulean groups in Arabian Peninsula 200k years ago. Nov 30, 2018 688
Farooq Haider seeks research work on AJK's cultural heritage. Nov 27, 2018 368
Archaeological research in Figakovo brought about discoveries of European importance. Nov 17, 2018 432
First humans to reach Australia likely island-hopped to New Guinea then walked - study. Nov 6, 2018 637
EXCAVATIONS IN SALUT BRING OUT KEY FINDINGS OF BRONZE AGE. Nov 3, 2018 611
Archaeological research at gigva castle revealed connecting corridor. Oct 25, 2018 394
A year of unprecedented archaeological findings in Saudi Arabia. Sep 30, 2018 588
Archaeologists start research on culture of ancient Swat. Sep 23, 2018 476
Arctic vessel found thanks to research; tynesider's joy as months of work pays off. Sep 20, 2018 672
Globalisation a prehistoric practice? Sep 19, 2018 538
This is how ancient man would have hunted woolly mammoths, according to scientists; Russian scientists, studying the mammoth bone known as archaeology's "Mona Lisa" have released a video showing how ancient hunters would have slain the hairy beasts. Sep 13, 2018 200
Prehistoric 'hashtag' may be world's oldest drawing: Study. Sep 13, 2018 329
Genetic Secrets of Medieval Warriors. Sep 8, 2018 619
German, Azerbaijani archaeologists conduct joint research in Shamkir. Aug 27, 2018 283
New archeological findings at Great Church site in Sweida dating back to classical eras. Aug 16, 2018 158
New archeological findings at Great Church site in Sweida dating back to classical eras. Aug 16, 2018 156
Archeological research underway in Galatepe. Jul 25, 2018 457
Tutankhamun's 'secret chamber' declared NOT to exist after painstaking research fails to find any evidence of hidden rooms; Experts have been divided over the existence of a concealed chamber behind the walls of the ancient King's tomb - which some believed was the final resting place of Queen Nefertiti. May 7, 2018 383
Early humans in the Philippines 700,000 years ago: study. May 3, 2018 558
Archaeologists Uncover Mass Child Sacrifice Site With 140 Corpses. Apr 27, 2018 767
Truth of UAE's archaeology will speak loudly against lies, says researcher. Apr 4, 2018 543
Prehistoric Humans More Sophisticated Than Previously Thought. Mar 21, 2018 560
Ancient Supervolcano Eruption: Humans Fine. Mar 13, 2018 1585
Earliest cave art belonged to Neanderthals, not humans: study. Feb 23, 2018 764
French scientist to examine remains of horse found in Alikomaktepe monument. Feb 6, 2018 391
Ministry of Heritage and Culture reviews Dhofar archaeological survey findings. Jan 30, 2018 323
Ancient Omani civilisation had conatct with Indus Valley: Study. Dec 25, 2017 387
Turkmenistan approves state program for archaeological research for 2018-2021. Dec 17, 2017 195
2,000-Year-Old Rock Art Found In Venezuela. Dec 7, 2017 476
Indus civilisation developed around an extinct river: Study. Nov 30, 2017 492
Study into historical status of Khamis Mosque urged. Nov 18, 2017 162
Forty-Five Years of Pacific Island Studies: some reflections: Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania 2017 Distinguished Lecture. Meleisea, Malama; Schoeffel, Penelope Essay Nov 1, 2017 3769
Scientists Find 5,000-Year-Old Wine. Aug 25, 2017 653
Italy donates to four ongoing archaeological missions in Cyprus. Aug 19, 2017 717
The 18th century sea fortress of Ruotsinsalmi, Kotkansaari in Finland: Archaeobotanical data of a log latrine. Lempiainen-Avci, Mia; Kykyri, Marita Report Jun 1, 2017 8779
UAE's archeological research gives insight into a rich past. May 11, 2017 886
QM leading marine research. May 7, 2017 637
QM and DAI to present findings from five years of fieldwork. May 4, 2017 253
Tayma was a global cultural center, beacon for trade in Bronze Age: Research team. Apr 7, 2017 443
ANTHROPOLOGY PAPER ABSTRACTS. Feb 1, 2017 1985
Professor Muntasir shows in the First Sudapedia Forum that Sudan the origin of Mankind. Nov 10, 2016 403
Charles University Awards Sudanese Researcher Scientific Research Medal in Archeology and History. Sep 6, 2016 124
The Dynamic North: northern climate change from an anthropological perspective. Peric, Sabrina Sep 1, 2016 3366
Decoding the peanut. Suszkiw, Jan Sep 1, 2016 492
Hunter-Gatherers Experimented With Farming In Turkey Before Migrating To Europe. Aug 8, 2016 350
Indigenous history and archaeology: A reflection from the studies on Southern Je/Historia indigena e arqueologia: Uma reflexao a partir dos estudos sobre os Je Meridionais. Silva, Fabiola Andrea; Noelli, Francisco Silva Jul 1, 2016 7784
The comprehension of the Kaingang territory in the West of the State of Sao Paulo based on the material culture: interpretative possibilities in the archaeological analysis/A compreensao do territorio Kaingang no Oeste Paulista a partir da cultura material: possibilidades interpretativas na analise arqueologica. Rodrigues, Robson Jul 1, 2016 4855
Researchers show how cities have grown in last 6,000 years. Jun 10, 2016 282
Digging up the truth about Irish settlers Down Under... Student's findings tell of devout Catholics who lived in poverty. May 23, 2016 479
Bard victim of skullduggery; SCIENTISTS DISCOVER SHAKESPEARE'S LOST HIS HEAD. Mar 25, 2016 399
GIS mapping in the research and inventory of Guarulhos's archaeological heritage (PIPAG)/Mapeamento SIG na pesquisa e inventario do patrimonio arqueologico de Guarulhos (PIPAG). Ferla, Luis; Oyakawa, Karina de Oliveira; Diniz, Jaine Aparecida; Farias, Orlando Guarnier Cardin Ensayo Jan 1, 2016 3327
Fighting About Religion Is An Age-Old Tradition, Study Says. Report Dec 22, 2015 256
Showing conviction and support for the reformation? A 16th-century stove tile from turku bearing the electoral coat of arms of saxony/Osutades toetust reformatsioonile? Uhest turust leitud 16. sajandi saksi kuurvursti vapiga ahjukahlist. Majantie, Kirsi Report Dec 1, 2015 10200
Spatial separation between manufacturing and consumption of stone axes as an evidence of craft specialization in prehistoric Russian Karelia/Kivikirveste tootmise ja kasutamise ruumiline eraldumine kasitoo spetsialiseerumise toendina eneoliitikumis vene Karjalas. Tarasov, Alexey Report Dec 1, 2015 9356
Greek fortress, key to ancient Jerusalem, uncovered, researchers say. Nov 3, 2015 430
Remembering through place/Maletamine koha kaudu. Vedru, Gurly Report Jun 1, 2015 12568
Reconsidered Late Mesolithic and Early Neolithic of the Lithuanian coast: the Smelte and Palanga sites/Uus pilk Leedu ranniku kiviaega: Smelte ja Palanga asulad. Piliciauskas, Gytis; Luik, Heidi; Piliciauskiene, Giedre Jun 1, 2015 8469
Archaeologists discover Mayan "melting pot". Jun 1, 2015 471
Archaeology of the French bakery and Palisade eighteenth-century Fort Tombecbe. Dumas, Ashley Abstract Apr 1, 2015 238
Battle of Point Pleasant; history and archaeology of the first battle of the American revolution. Koerper, Phillip E. Abstract Apr 1, 2015 238
Continued archaeological research along the Federal Road. Cottier, John W. Brief article Apr 1, 2015 108
Archaeology in the tropical forest: methodological contribution in the research area of FLONATA, Salobo, para/Arqueologia na floresta: contribuicao metodologica da pesquisa na Floresta Nacional Tapirape-Aquiri-FLONATA, area do Salobo, para. da Silveira, Maura Imazio; Rodrigues, Maria Christina Leal F.; de Oliveira, Elisangela R.; Losier, L Jan 1, 2015 14359
Aspects of change in the Bronze Age eastern Baltic. The settlements of the Asva group in Estonia. Report Dec 1, 2014 3817
Scientists find animal fossils, artifacts in Kalinga's upland town. Jul 7, 2014 593
Looking to wheat's wild ancestors to solve a modern problem. O'Brien, Dennis Apr 1, 2014 1057
Archaeological investigations of historic agricultural terraces constructed with loose stone risers: myth or fact. Abstract Apr 1, 2014 183
Investigating a cultural backwater: archaeology in the Opelika plateau. Author abstract Apr 1, 2014 170
The history, archaeology and reconstruction of Fort Foster, 2nd Seminole War Fort. Author abstract Apr 1, 2014 193
Ceramic technology Guarani and experimental study of ceramic variability/Tecnologia ceramica Guarani e o estudo experimental da variabilidade ceramica. di Baco, Hiuri Marcel; Faccio, Neide Barroca Jan 1, 2014 9439
Pendants of St. Anthony cross with the crucifixion from Estonia--possible badges of a folk pilgrimage/Antoniuse risti kujulised krutsifiksiga ripatsid eestist--voimalikud rahvaliku palverannu margid. Jonuks, Tonno; Joosu, Lauri Report Dec 1, 2013 6537
Brick-making in medieval Livonia--the Estonian example/Tellisetootmine keskaegsel Liivimaal--Eesti Naitel. Bernotas, Rivo Report Dec 1, 2013 6601
Is the Stonehenge secret now solved? Scientists say they know the site's meaning. Mar 9, 2013 565
Scientists find remains of England's Richard III under carpark. Feb 5, 2013 1400
A lost battle of king Ahab rediscovered. Berlyn, Patricia Essay Jan 1, 2013 4552
Assessment of regression kriging for spatial interpolation--comparisons of seven GIS interpolation methods. Meng, Qingmin; Liu, Zhijun; Borders, Bruce E. Report Jan 1, 2013 6539
PALYNOLOGICAL STUDY OF SOIL SAMPLE COLLECTED FROM AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE (GULABI BAGH) IN LAHORE, PAKISTAN. Khola, G.; Hanif, U. Report Dec 31, 2012 2357
New insights on the changes of townscape in 14th-century Tartu/Uusi teadmisi Tartu linnaruumi arengust 14. sajandil. Bernotas, Rivo Report Dec 1, 2012 6170
Saint Paul on Cyprus: archaeology and the transformation of an Apostle. Davis, Thomas W. Report Dec 1, 2012 8442
Cave yields African culture's roots: artifacts much like those used by today's hunter-gatherers. Rosen, Meghan Brief article Aug 25, 2012 309
Tangled roots: mingling among Stone Age peoples muddies humans' evolutionary story. Bower, Bruce Aug 25, 2012 3037
Earliest American tools not all alike: Oregon finds hint Clovis hunters weren't alone in New World. Bower, Bruce Brief article Aug 11, 2012 300
The Metaphysical Studies Shelf. Book review Aug 1, 2012 697
Toward an archaeology of the twentieth-century suburban backyard. Brown, Steve Essay Jul 1, 2012 6590
Class divided even stone age society, researchers find; FARMERS BURIED WITH TOOLS HAD BETTER DIETS. May 29, 2012 569
QMA signs MoU for south Qatar archaeological study. Apr 19, 2012 273
Ancient Mayan Pottery Unearthed in Georgia, New Research Reveals. Mar 18, 2012 876
The role of archaeological heritage in urban sites of lithuania/Archeologijos paveldo vaidmuo lietuvos urbanistinese vietovese. Jureviciene, Jurate Report Mar 1, 2012 2638
Looking inside votive creatures: computed tomography (CT) scanning of ancient Egyptian mummified animals in Iziko Museums of South Africa: a preliminary report. Cornelius, I.; Swanepoel, L.C.; du Plessis, A.; Slabbert, R. Report Jan 1, 2012 4722
New Archeological Findings for Qalhat City. Dec 5, 2011 331
Traceless death. Missing burials in bronze and iron age Estonia/ Jaljetu surm. Puuduvad matused pronksi- ja rauaaegses eestis. Lang, Valter Dec 1, 2011 9640
Lankan research team discover prehistoric man. Nov 4, 2011 267
Burial Chambers and Archeological Findings Uncovered in Aleppo Governorate. Oct 31, 2011 289
Researchers find 400,000-year-old hub of weapon, tool production in Israel. Oct 9, 2011 266
Conserving the past, mobilizing the Indonesian future: archaeological sites, regime change and heritage politics in Indonesia in the 1950s. Bloembergen, Marieke; Eickhoff, Martijn Oct 1, 2011 14147
Narrative reliefs in Kanaganahalli: their importance for Buddhist studies. Zin, Monika Sep 1, 2011 3763
Performance indicator for managing fuzzy dates in archaeological. Saneifard, R.; Aghaei, Z. Report Jul 1, 2011 3893
Medieval town wall of Tartu in the light of recent research/Tartu keskaegne linnamuur uuemate uurimistulemuste valguses. Bernotas, Rivo Report Jun 1, 2011 6607
Infanticide was common in Roman Empire: Study. May 6, 2011 286
The 88th Annual Academy of Science meeting Jacksonville State University Jacksonville, AL March 2-March 4, 2011. Report Apr 1, 2011 15171
Genetic study sheds light on how humans colonised the Pacific. Feb 4, 2011 451
Research strategies for Harappan ceramic traditions stressed. Conference notes Jan 7, 2011 577
Archeological Findings from Ancient Periods Discovered in Hasaka. Dec 4, 2010 210
Archeological Findings from Ancient Periods Discovered in Hasaka. Dec 3, 2010 210
Ritual wealth deposits in Estonian Middle Iron Age material/Rituaalsed peitvarad Eesti keskmise rauaaja materjalis. Oras, Ester Report Dec 1, 2010 8537
Irresponsibility in archaeology/Vastutustundetus arheoloogias. Mortazavi, Mehdi Report Dec 1, 2010 4256
Two fifth century ad Byzantine silver bowls from Estonia/Kaks viienda sajandi butsantsi hobenou eestist. Quast, Dieter; Tamla, Ulle Report Dec 1, 2010 7287
New Roman and Byzantine Findings Unearthed in Southern Syria. Nov 30, 2010 225
Archeological Findings from the 10th Millennium B.C. Unearthed at Tal al-Abar. Nov 10, 2010 416
New study challenges Clovis comet catastrophe theory. Sep 30, 2010 413
A report of the archeological research done on the Tibetan plateau and conjectures about future developments. Wangdu, Sonam Sep 22, 2010 6111
Central East Polynesia: an introduction. Allen, Melinda S.; Kahn, Jennifer G. Jul 1, 2010 3664
Marae reflections: on the evolution of stratified chiefdoms in the Leeward Society Islands. Wallin, Paul; Solsvik, Reidar Report Jul 1, 2010 5191
Marquesan monumental architecture: blurred boundaries in the distinction between religious and residential sites. Rolett, Barry V. Report Jul 1, 2010 5696
Troup Factory: archaeological investigations of a nineteenth century mill site in LaGrange, Georgia. Moats, Lindsey R.; Hansen, Greg J.; Severts, Patrick; Powis, Terry G. Company overview Jun 22, 2010 4058
Places of importance and social communication: studying the pre-Roman cairn field of Viirikallio in Laihia, Finland/Sotsiaalse kommunikatsiooni ja tahtsusega kohad: eelrooma rauaaja kangurkalmete uurimisest Laihia Viirikallios Soomes. Kuusela, Jari-Matti; Vaneeckhout, Samuel; Okkonen, Jari Report Jun 1, 2010 6947
Echoes of the dagger period in Lithuania, 2350-1500 Cal BC/Pistoda perioodi Kajastusi leedus 2350-1500 eKr. Piliciauskas, Gytis Report Jun 1, 2010 4682
Kirikumagi at Siksala: evidence of a new grave form in south-eastern Estonia?/Siksala Kirikumagi: UUS Kalmevorm Kagu-EESTIS. Valk, Heiki; Allmae, Raili Report Jun 1, 2010 5693
The social status of women in Latvia in the 7th-13th centuries, in the light of palaeodemographic data/Lati naiste uhiskondlik staatus 7.-13. sajandil osteoloogilise materjali valguses. Zarina, Gunita Report Jun 1, 2010 4177
The destruction of the medieval castle of otepaa in the light of written and archaeological sources/otepaa piiskopilinnuse havimisdaatumist kirjalike ja arheoloogiliste allikate valguses. Mall, Jaak Report Jun 1, 2010 2920
About the destruction date of the medieval castle of Otepaa/Otepaa linnuse havimisdaatumist. Maesalu, Ain Report Jun 1, 2010 4828
Anthropology paper Abstracts. Author abstract Apr 1, 2010 1125
Anthropology. Author abstract Dec 22, 2009 3111
Unearthing a passion for archaeology. Garland, Jeremy C. Dec 22, 2009 1889
Re-living history: in an experimental approach to research, archaeologists recreate ancient history and learn from first-hand experience. Mason, Robert Dec 22, 2009 1862
Shipwrecks offer clues to ancient civilizations. Villano, Matt Dec 1, 2009 2140
Scientists find first archeological evidence of human activity beneath Great Lakes. Jun 9, 2009 424
Germans help study of life at Gohar 5,000 years ago. Feb 6, 2009 251
Hebrew University Study Shows Humans Made Fire 790,000 Years Ago. Oct 27, 2008 271
Artefacts, skulls and written sources: the social ranking of a Celtic family buried at Munsingen-Rain. Muller, Felix; Jud, Peter; Alt, Kurt W. Jun 1, 2008 3093
Communities of the past: a new view of the old walls and hydraulic system at Sriksetra, Myanmar (Burma). Hudson, Bob; Lustig, Terry Jun 1, 2008 11043
Zimbabwe hill settlements in proceeding colonialization: a study in location factors. Baxter, Tavuyanago; Kudakwashe, Mbenene Report Mar 15, 2008 5750
Egypt scientists say rising groundwater endangers monuments. Jan 5, 2008 606
A reconsideration of purported Holocene bison bones from northern Alaska. Rasic, Jeffrey T.; Matheus, Paul E. Technical report Dec 1, 2007 5026
Mysteries of an ancient empire. Larronde, Suzanne Murphy Nov 1, 2007 532
Archaeology, Lawrence, and guerrilla warfare: Neil Faulkner and Nick Saunders, Co-directors of the Great Arab Revolt Project, tell how a recent field trip to southern Jordan sheds light on the theories and exploits of T.E. Lawrence. Faulkner, Neil; Saunders, Nick Aug 1, 2007 1455
The Eastern Korinthia Archaeological Survey: integrated methods for a dynamic landscape: research components. Tartaron, Thomas F.; Gregory, Timothy E.; Pullen, Daniel J.; Noller, Jay S.; Rothaus, Richard M.; Ri Oct 1, 2006 1998
The Eastern Korinthia Archaeological Survey: integrated methods for a dynamic landscape: research philosophy and interdisciplinary approaches. Tartaron, Thomas F.; Gregory, Timothy E.; Pullen, Daniel J.; Noller, Jay S.; Rothaus, Richard M.; Ri Oct 1, 2006 2296
Little choice for the Chumash: colonialism, cattle, and coercion in mission period California. Dartt-Newton, Deana; Erlandson, Jon M. Jun 22, 2006 5097
"To take their heritage in their hands". Hoobler, Ellen Jun 22, 2006 7351
Gritty clues: how soil can tell stories of the past. Cunningham, Aimee Jun 10, 2006 2237
Jarring clues to Tut's white wine. Brief article Jun 3, 2006 273
Ancient text gives Judas heroic glow. Brief article Apr 29, 2006 293
Mother of all alphabets? Brief Article Jan 9, 2006 192
A simylla do periplo do mar eritreu: escavacao arqueologica do antigo sitio portuario de chaul na costa oeste maharastra-India. Gogte, Vishwas D.; Aldrovandi, Cibele E.V. Jan 1, 2006 12612
Qumran archaeology. Eshel, H. Jul 1, 2005 3697
Absence of evidence or evidence of absence? understanding the chronology of indigenous occupation of western New South Wales, Australia. Holdaway, Simon; Fanning, Patricia; Shiner, Justin Jul 1, 2005 11974
Quarrying masses of information: an approach to the recording and interpretation of a quarry assemblage. Doelman, Trudy Jul 1, 2005 8570
Starch residues on undecorated Lapita pottery from Anir, New Ireland. Crowther, Alison Jul 1, 2005 3458
Pottery points to 'mother culture'. Brief Article Mar 5, 2005 194
Identification of ancient feather fragments found in melting alpine ice patches in southern Yukon. Dove, Carla J.; Hare, P. Gregory; Heacker, Marcy Mar 1, 2005 3607
Human fossils are oldest yet. Brief Article Feb 26, 2005 248
In the buff: stone age tools may have derived luster from diamond. Goho, A. Feb 19, 2005 481
Chersonesos: the Ukrainian Pompeii: Danny Wood visits a remarkable excavation in the Ukraine. Wood, Danny Jan 1, 2005 1157
Pleistocene colonisation of the Bismarck Archipelago: new evidence from West New Britain. Torrence, Robin; Neall, Vince; Doelman, Trudy; Rhodes, Ed; McKee, Chris; Davies, Hugh; Bonetti, Robe Oct 1, 2004 22356
New Pleistocene ages for backed artefact technology in Australia. Slack, Michael J.; Fullagar, Richard L.K.; Field, Judith H.; Border, Andrew Oct 1, 2004 3494
Myanmar prehistory: rare rock-markings revealed. Tacon, Paul S.C.; Aung, Daw Yee Yee; Thorne, Alan G. Oct 1, 2004 1094
Early Lapita settlement site at Bourewa, southwest Viti Levu Island, Fiji. Nunn, Patrick D.; Kumar, Roselyn; Matararaba, Sepeti; Ishimura, Tomo; Seeto, Johnson; Rayawa, Sela; Oct 1, 2004 1761
Assessing the impact of early colonial Australia on the physical environment: a comment on Gale and Haworth (2002). Tibby, John Oct 1, 2004 3441
Human impact on the natural environment in early colonial Australia. Gale, S.J.; Haworth, R.J.; Cook, D.E.; Williams, N.J. Oct 1, 2004 6225
Inside the mummy: archaeology meets technology to reveal an ancient Egyptian workman's blunder, 2,800 years after the event. Aug 1, 2004 1103
Badu 15 and the Papuan-Austronesian settlement of Torres Strait. David, Bruno; McNiven, Ian; Mitchell, Rod; Orr, Meredith; Haberle, Simon; Brady, Liam; Crouch, Joe Jul 1, 2004 8657
Usewear and residue analysis of stone artefacts from the Enclosed Chamber, Rocky Cape, Tasmania. Fullagar, Richard; Jones, Rhys Jul 1, 2004 7829
A revised sequence of backed artefact production at Capertee 3, New South Wales. Hiscock, Peter; Attenbrow, Val Jul 1, 2004 4017
Stone age ear for speech: ancient finds sound off on roots of language. Bower, B. Jun 26, 2004 509
Stone age combustion: fire use proposed at ancient Israeli site. Bower, B. May 1, 2004 477
Rock-solid choices of first toolmakers. Brief Article Apr 17, 2004 178
Israeli cave yields Stone Age kills. Brief Article Apr 17, 2004 258
Laser scanners map rock art. Apr 3, 2004 281
Late Lapita occupation and its ceramic assemblage at the Sigatoka Sand Dune site, Fiji, and their place in Oceanic prehistory. Burley, David V.; Dickinson, William R. Apr 1, 2004 9806
Cranebrook Terrace revisited. Stockton, Eugene; Nanson, Gerald Apr 1, 2004 650
Humanity's roots may lie in single, diverse genus. Bower, B. Mar 6, 2004 462
The Late Archaic component of the miles site, Clark County, Indiana. White, Andrew A. Dec 30, 2003 7843
The current debate about the origins of the Paleoindians of America. Schiffner, Daniel C. Dec 22, 2003 5201
Anthropology & archaeology. Dec 20, 2003 263
Terra-cotta warriors show their true colors. Goho, A. Nov 29, 2003 402
Sydney rock art. Mattila, Samantha Nov 1, 2003 454
Writing at the start. Hardman, Chris Sep 1, 2003 628
Picturing the Roman triumph: putting the Fasti Capitolini in context. Beard, Mary Ritter Jul 1, 2003 3414
The evolution of a maple sugaring landscape on Lake Superior's Grand Island. Thomas, Matthew M.; Silbernagel, Janet M. Jun 22, 2003 8324
New and more recent dating for the bronze water buffalo and rider from East Kalimantan. Baier, Martin Brief Article Jan 1, 2003 279
Interpreting Michigan archaeology: how and why social theories can be utilized to assess Michigan's unexamined agents. Bober, Timothy L. Jan 1, 2003 8733
Anthropology & archaeology. (Science News of the year: the weekly newsmagazine of science). Dec 21, 2002 306
Microbeam characterization of Corning archeological reference glasses: New additions to the Smithsonian microbeam standard collection. Wysoczanski, Richard Nov 1, 2002 4391
Reconsidering a Phoenician inscribed amulet from the vicinity of Tyre (1). Schmitz, Philip C. Oct 1, 2002 4360
The Murray Islands archaeological project: results of recent archaeological analyses. Carter, Melissa Sep 22, 2002 1606
Digging up the past: Liverpool. (Frontline). Keys, David Brief Article May 1, 2002 646
Storm gathers over historical sites. (Senegal). Brief Article May 1, 2002 669
Modelling past Aboriginal hunter-gatherer socio-economic and territorial organisation in Western Australia's lower south-west. Dortch, Charles E. Apr 1, 2002 14568
Megaliths of Muyuw (Woodlark Island), Milne Bay Province, PNG. Bickler, Simon H.; Ivuyo, Baiva Apr 1, 2002 8284
Explaining the prehistory of ceramic technology on Waya Island, Fiji. Cochrane, Ethan E. Apr 1, 2002 8533
Qualitative petrographic analysis of selected ceramic sherds from two prehistoric sites in Tennessee. Josephs, Richard L. Apr 1, 2002 1821
Politics and the pursuit of the past. Pringle, Heather Mar 22, 2002 2477
Material Manifestations of Social Control. (Anthropology). Brief Article Mar 22, 2002 127
Cranbrook, Earl of, 2000, Northern Borneo environment of the past 40,000 years: archaeological evidence. Brief Article Jan 2, 2002 120
Co-Evolution: New evidence suggests that to be truly human is to be partly wolf. McGhee, Robert Bibliography Jan 1, 2002 2900
Astronomical Babel. Krupp, E.C. Nov 1, 2001 1481
Rolling out the Maya universe: Justin Kerr's innovative peripheral camera has revolutionized the study of glyphs and imagery, unfurling new perspectives on this sophisticated pre-Columbian culture. (Cover Story). Bach, Caleb Nov 1, 2001 3288
A late holocene pollen sequence from aronow bog, Northern harris county, Texas. Beck, Abigail P.; Jones, John; Bryant, Vaughn; Moore, Roger G. Statistical Data Included Nov 1, 2001 3600
The Aboriginal Moreton Bay fishery: two things I still know--a response to Ross and Coghill. (Correspondence). Walters, Ian Critical Essay Sep 22, 2001 1371
Sizing up prehistory: sample size and composition of artefact assemblages. Hiscock, Peter Mar 22, 2001 8842
RAFTING FEVER. McIntyre, Loren Sep 1, 2000 3353
Raising the Megalithic Roof. Furtado, Peter May 1, 2000 1182
A rare Nepalese icon from Janakpur. Sharma, Janak Lal Jan 1, 2000 5272
Mummies Unwrapped. WEINSTOCK, MAIA Oct 4, 1999 1243
The last archaeologist? Material culture and contested identities. Smith, Laurajane Sep 22, 1999 6487
Regional archaeological research in the Palmer River catchment. Thorley, Peter Illustration Sep 22, 1999 3713
The Australian National University--Vanuatu Cultural Centre Archaeology Project, 1994-97: Aims and Results. Bedford, Stuart; Spriggs, Matthew; Regenvanu, Ralph Sep 1, 1999 5404
Soil nutrients and vegetation characteristics of a Dorset/Thule site in the Canadian Arctic. Derry, Alison M.; Kevan, Peter G.; Rowley, Susan D.M. Jun 1, 1999 8098
From Middle ages to Colonial times: archaeological and ethnohistorical studies of the Thule culture in Southwest Greenland, 1300-1800 A.D. Book Review Jun 1, 1999 1403
Late Wisconsin-age proboscideans from southern New Mexico. Leach, Jeff D.; Mauldin, Raymond P.; Kuehn, David; Morgan, Gary S. May 1, 1999 866
University, community and government: developing a collaborative archaeological research project in western Victoria. Bird, Caroline; Frankel, David Mar 22, 1998 2782
Evidence for Mimbres-mogollon mortuary practices in the desert lowlands of far west Texas. Leach, Jeff D.; Clark, Harry W.; Peterson, John A. May 1, 1997 1144
Radiocarbon-dated Bison from Taos County, northern New Mexico. Lucas, Spencer G.; O'Neill, Michael; Morgan, Gary S. Feb 1, 1997 634
Prehistoric evidence for the use of Chenopodium (goosefoot) from the Hueco Bolson of west Texas. Leach, Jeff D.; Holloway, Richard G.; Almarez, Federico A. May 1, 1996 1163
Immunological residue analysis: results of recent archaeological and experimental studies. Leach, Jeff D.; Mauldin, Raymond P. Feb 1, 1996 3313
Late prehistoric snakes of E. V. Spence and O. H. Ivie reservoir basins of Coke, Coleman, Concho, and Runnels counties, Texas. Thornton, Okla W., Jr.; Smith, J.R. Nov 1, 1995 4298
Farewell, Arcadia! Jun 22, 1994 418
Coming to America prehistoric style; scientists reconstruct the travels and lifestyles of the earliest Americans. Culotta, Elizabeth Feb 11, 1994 732
Skeleton opens Dor to ancient quake. Oct 31, 1992 547
Pathological deer (Odocoileus sp.) elements from a late prehistoric hunter and gatherer site (41HR273) in Harris County, Texas. Baker, Barry W.; Shaffer, Brian S. May 1, 1991 896
Cincinnati's brewery to finance Amazon expedition in Peru. Jan 21, 1991 335
Ancient city shows where cotton was king. Bower, Bruce Jan 19, 1991 490
Civilization and its discontents: why did the world's first civilization cut a swath across the Near East? Bower, Bruce Mar 3, 1990 2279
Minoan culture survived volcanic eruption. Bower, B. Jan 13, 1990 377
To live and die in ancient Turkey. Bower, Bruce Jan 13, 1990 210
Cypriot site hints at early fertility rite. Bower, B. Jan 6, 1990 624
Grave misunderstandings: the fashions of death are deceptive. Bower, Bruce Nov 18, 1989 958
New dates for 'early' tools. May 10, 1986 237

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