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East African artifact may be first known treasure recovered from the “fantasy land” of...

  • The Land of Punt might sound like a title from Disney—a fairy tale in a dreamy, fantastical kingdom—but archaeologists are convinced it was real. With a 3300 year-old baboon skull, they may finally have some hard evidence. https://t.co/T3cXjUtP3R #WeekendReads - view on twitter

Finding suggests humans have added value to forests in lasting...

  • Anthropologists have long believed the “forest gardens” of the Pacific Northwest were accidental byproducts of fire, flood, or land clearing. On the contrary, a new study shows: Indigenous peoples deliberately cultivated them. https://t.co/FtzFuySzVh - view on twitter

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The findings hint that burying one’s dead has deep roots in our...

  • Intentional burials are relatively rare in the archaeological record before 30,000 years ago, but researchers have now excavated a child’s grave in East Africa dug 78,000 years ago—the oldest known evidence of modern humans in Africa burying their dead. https://t.co/82HeRIELL7 - view on twitter

Slow rise in neutrons stirs concerns about possible “criticality”...

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