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Ningaloo research to tell 60,000-year-old story as new technology uncovers deeper past 3 Judi Lynn May 7 Sunday 21 881
Stonehenge and standing stone construction duplcated 4 Warpy Thursday Thursday 4 303
Remains of nine Neanderthals found in cave south of Rome 1 Eugene May 8 Thursday 13 472
The Aqueduct of Constantinople: Managing the longest water channel of the ancient world 2 Jim__ Tuesday Wednesday 13 353
At Its Peak, The Ancient Khmer City Of Angkor Dwarfed The Great Cities Of Europe 8 Judi Lynn May 6 Wednesday 33 5737
Even 85,000 Years Later, We Can Still See How Early Humans Shaped The Land With Fire 2 Judi Lynn May 10 Tuesday 16 483
People have shaped most of terrestrial nature for at least 12,000 years 1 jeffreyi May 6 May 6 9 244
Aboriginal Spears Stolen By Captain Cook Will Be Returned To Their True Owners After 251 Years 2 Judi Lynn May 6 May 6 5 314
Medieval Smi were using draught reindeer, researchers find 1 Judi Lynn May 6 May 6 3 202
Ancient Maya Made Widespread Changes to Wetland Landscape 0 Judi Lynn May 6 May 6 3 233
Swedish Man Discovers Trove of Bronze Age Treasures Hidden in Plain Sight 4 left-of-center2012 May 4 May 6 21 676
Vikings Performed Animal Sacrifice In Lava Cave To Prevent Ragnark 0 Judi Lynn May 6 May 6 1 167
Archaeologists uncover oldest human burial in Africa 0 Judi Lynn May 6 May 6 2 166
Details of stunning Maya acropolises and sophisticated civilization revealed by laser scans 3 Judi Lynn Apr 30 May 4 6 433
These mysterious stone structures in Saudi Arabia are older than the pyramids 15 left-of-center2012 May 3 May 3 48 2890
Egyptian archaeologists unearth rare tombs dated back to before Pharaohs 0 left-of-center2012 May 3 May 3 5 319
'Plain of Jars', one of the most mysterious archaeological sites, reveals its true age 5 Judi Lynn Apr 28 Apr 30 13 804
Researchers demystify the secrets of ancient Aboriginal migration across Australia 1 Judi Lynn Apr 30 Apr 30 4 135
A Strange Case of Dancing Mania Struck Germany Six Centuries Ago Today 5 Judi Lynn Apr 30 Apr 30 8 493
Is This 10,000-Year-Old Carving Europe's Oldest Known Depiction of a Boat? 1 Judi Lynn Apr 30 Apr 30 6 521
Indigenous Peoples in British Columbia Tended 'Forest Gardens' Found near villages, research suggest 1 Judi Lynn Apr 30 Apr 30 9 611
Copy of famous Teotihuacan structure discovered in Maya city 0 Judi Lynn Apr 30 Apr 30 2 162
Scientists find 110 ancient tombs from 3 different Egypt civilizations 0 Judi Lynn Apr 30 Apr 30 7 188
Iron Age warriors bent the swords of their defeated enemies, ancient hoard reveals 1 Judi Lynn Apr 28 Apr 29 9 375
Ancient settlement 'older than Skara Brae' emerges on Orkney 5 Judi Lynn Apr 27 Apr 29 9 316
What Doomed a Sprawling City Near St. Louis 1,000 Years Ago? 4 Judi Lynn Apr 27 Apr 28 21 765
Judi - your posted articles are high in the "Latest Threads" "Chart tonight... 3 electric_blue68 Apr 27 Apr 28 19 566
Irish Farmer Stumbles Onto 'Untouched' Ancient Tomb of Stone Near Dingle 1 Judi Lynn Apr 27 Apr 27 18 295
Traces of Bronze Age Village Discovered in Switzerland 5 Judi Lynn Apr 27 Apr 27 16 386
Hundreds of stone tools used by homo erectus discovered in abandoned goldmine in Sahara Desert 1 Judi Lynn Apr 27 Apr 27 8 278
In Egypt, archaeologists have made a discovery as important as the finding of Tutankhamen's tomb 1 Judi Lynn Apr 27 Apr 27 19 1021
Recolonisation of Europe after the last ice age started earlier than previously thought 0 Judi Lynn Apr 27 Apr 27 6 204
Social tensions preceded disruptions in ancient Pueblo societies 0 Judi Lynn Apr 27 Apr 27 5 131
Vikings carved a massive boat into this volcanic cave to ward off the apocalypse 0 Judi Lynn Apr 27 Apr 27 11 314
This Wooden Sculpture Is Twice as Old as Stonehenge and the Pyramids 3 Judi Lynn Mar 28 Apr 24 16 684
Is empathy uniquely human? 7 Judi Lynn Apr 6 Apr 24 15 649
Pacific Northwest's 'forest gardens' were deliberately planted by Indigenous people 7 jeffreyi Apr 22 Apr 23 16 561
Reindeer bone found in Cork shows that humans lived in Ireland 33,000 years ago 1 left-of-center2012 Apr 20 Apr 21 5 481
Gladiator arena from Roman era unearthed in Turkey 1 Judi Lynn Apr 21 Apr 21 10 416
Vandals sack Roman-era estate and bathhouse just discovered in UK 1 Judi Lynn Apr 21 Apr 21 6 264
Research Reveals New Link In Australasian and South American Ancestry 14 left-of-center2012 Apr 1 Apr 20 6 757
How new discoveries in west Africa could rewrite pre-history 1 Judi Lynn Apr 19 Apr 19 15 363
Ancient tomb newly discovered on Dingle Peninsula could date back further than the Bronze Age 2 Judi Lynn Apr 19 Apr 19 16 696
How A Museum's Human Skull Collection Sparked A Racial Reckoning 1 Judi Lynn Apr 19 Apr 19 7 253
Exhibit sheds light on life and rituals of Jalisco's ancients 3 Judi Lynn Apr 17 Apr 17 3 346
Moccasin Fragment Reveals Precolonial Connection Between Subarctic and Southwest 1 Judi Lynn Apr 17 Apr 17 8 448
Possible 'embassy' in ancient Maya city illuminates the birth of an empire 1 Judi Lynn Apr 17 Apr 17 1 331
Dozens of Fossilized Neanderthal Footprints Found on a Beach in Spain 1 Judi Lynn Apr 17 Apr 17 2 238
Prehistoric cannibal victim found in death cave ID'ed as a young girl 1 Judi Lynn Apr 17 Apr 17 2 289
Scant evidence that 'wood overuse' at Cahokia caused collapse 1 Judi Lynn Apr 11 Apr 11 6 478
Aztec renaissance: New research sheds fresh light on intellectual achievements of long-vanished empi 1 Judi Lynn Apr 11 Apr 11 5 714
A 3,000-year-old 'lost golden city' has been unearthed in Egypt 7 Wicked Blue Apr 8 Apr 11 15 1085
Early humans still had great ape-like brains... 2 left-of-center2012 Apr 10 Apr 10 6 365
Europe's oldest map, a stone slab, unearthed in France 1 left-of-center2012 Apr 10 Apr 10 6 428
'Exciting' stone age discoveries in the Cairngorms 1 Judi Lynn Apr 8 Apr 8 17 1007
Is This 4,000-Year-Old Bronze Age Slab the Oldest Known Map in Europe? 0 Judi Lynn Apr 8 Apr 8 9 362
Some of Europe's Oldest-Known Modern Humans Are Distantly Related to Native Americans 1 Judi Lynn Apr 8 Apr 8 19 913
The Campaign to Thwart Paleogenetic Research Into North America's Indigenous Peoples 9 bluedigger Apr 2 Apr 6 7 818
What a prehistoric pair of pretty pants can tell us about the spread of early languages 7 Judi Lynn Apr 6 Apr 6 43 1772
Early humans in the Kalahari were innovative 0 Judi Lynn Apr 6 Apr 6 6 300
Rethinking Neanderthals 7 left-of-center2012 Apr 5 Apr 5 13 497
Oldest Known Saltworks in Britain Found on North Sea Coast 0 left-of-center2012 Apr 1 Apr 1 4 480
These ancient Americans mummified parrots. No one knows why 4 left-of-center2012 Apr 1 Apr 1 3 368
Early humans in the Kalahari were innovative 0 Judi Lynn Apr 1 Apr 1 6 371
Massive ancient ceremonial site 'on par with Salisbury Plain' discovered in Scotland 4 Judi Lynn Mar 28 Mar 31 12 649
Mummified parrots point to trade in the ancient Atacama desert 0 Judi Lynn Mar 29 Mar 29 4 557
The origin and uniqueness of Basque genetics revealed 11 Judi Lynn Mar 28 Mar 29 34 2114
3,000-Year-Old Gold Mask, Silk Linked to Enigmatic Civilization Found in China 4 Judi Lynn Mar 28 Mar 28 14 662
Analysis of 6,200-Year-Old Grave Raises New Questions About Neolithic Massacre 2 Judi Lynn Mar 28 Mar 28 7 384
Archaeologists identify 3,200-year-old temple mural of spider god in Peru 4 Judi Lynn Mar 25 Mar 28 2 635
Worth one's salt: An ancient Maya commodity 0 Judi Lynn Mar 28 Mar 28 3 315
Burrowing Bunnies in Wales Unearth Trove of Prehistoric Artifacts 0 Judi Lynn Mar 28 Mar 28 27 1075
Anthropologists dig into fossilized dental plaque for clues to ancient trade 0 Judi Lynn Mar 28 Mar 28 4 257
Iron Age warrior discovered at 'Scandinavia's answer to Sutton Hoo' was buried in a boat 1 Judi Lynn Mar 27 Mar 28 10 420
Archaeologists Have Found Prehistoric Rock Structures Under the Great Lakes. Here's What the Stones 14 Judi Lynn Mar 27 Mar 28 72 2867
Listen to Somebody Blow an 18,000-Year-Old Conch Instrument 3 Judi Lynn Mar 27 Mar 27 7 350
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'Powerful, maybe even frightening' woman with diadem may have ruled in Bronze Age Spain 5 Judi Lynn Mar 13 Mar 23 23 1117
Rain uncovers bull idol at ancient Olympia 10 Judi Lynn Mar 19 Mar 23 38 4232
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