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OLD ABERDEEN, SCOTLAND—The Evening Express reports that 115 human bone fragments recovered from a private garden in northeastern Scotland ..read more
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TSUKUBA, JAPAN—Scientists led by Yasuyuki Mitsuma of the University of Tsukuba have found evidence of solar magnetic storms that took ..read more
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DUNDEE, SCOTLAND—Analysis of the so-called Rosemarkie Man’s genome, conducted by Katharina Dulias of the University of York and ..read more
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OSLO, NORWAY—Life in Norway reports that massive timbers and stone foundations from Oslo’s medieval waterfront have been uncovered at ..read more
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MARAWAH ISLAND, UAE—An 8,000-year-old pearl has been unearthed during excavations near the capital of the United Arab Emirates, which ..read more
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SIEM REAP, CAMBODIA—Archaeologists have definitively identified the ruins of an ancient city in the mountains of northwestern Cambodia as ..read more
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ATHENS, GREECE—Artnet News reports that marine archaeologists have recovered a range of items from the wreck of Mentor, off the coast of ..read more
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SEATTLE, WASHINGTON—Evan Eichler of the University of Washington and his colleagues have identified two large pieces of ancient hominin ..read more
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ATHENS, GREECE—Agence France-Presse reports that evidence for the presence of Neanderthals dating back as early as 200,000 years ago has ..read more
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SADOWLE, POLAND—Twenty-three grave pits containing human and animal bones, pottery vessels, flint axes, and wild boar fangs have been ..read more

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