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Tim Kohler WSU researchers see violent era in ancient Southwest
Released August 4, 2014
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cave diver inspects the skull of Naia Dating and DNA show Paleoamerican-Native American connection
Released May 15, 2014
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panoramic view of the Byan Zhurek valley Ancient nomads spread earliest domestic grains along Silk Road, study finds
Released April 2, 2014
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researcher at fort remains Oldest European Fort in the Inland U.S. Discovered in Appalachians
Released July 23, 2013
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Sheriden Cave in Wyandot, Ohio The Mammoth's Lament: Research Shows How Cosmic Impact Sparked Devastating Climate Change
Released May 20, 2013
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elaborately carved lintel 3 from Temple I at Tikal Maya Long Count Calendar and European Calendar Linked Using Carbon-14 Dating
Released April 11, 2013
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workers at the excavation site of Cerén UC Research on Maya Village Uncovers "Invisible" Crops, Unexpected Agriculture
Released April 2, 2013
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an owl pipe found in an early village excavation Study of Pipestone Artifacts Overturns a Century-old Assumption
Released December 18, 2012
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image of microlith blades Small, Lethal Tools Have Big Implications for Early Modern Human Complexity
Released November 7, 2012
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image of three beakers Seeking That Caffeine Buzz for More Than a Thousand Years
Released August 6, 2012
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image of people in a cave Later Stone Age Got Earlier Start in South Africa Than Thought
Released July 31, 2012
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an image in Guatemala depicts the Maya sun god El Zotz Masks Yield Insights Into Maya Beliefs
Released July 18, 2012
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a collapsed sluice gate is outlined in red UC Research Reveals Largest Ancient Dam Built by Maya in Central America
Released July 16, 2012
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UC students at work on the excavation Research Reveals One of the Earliest Farming Sites in Europe
Released April 16, 2012
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broken ancient maya ceramics & other artifacts Research Reveals Water Management and Climate Change in Ancient Maya City
Released February 20, 2012
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skull of Paranthropus boisei New Technologies Challenge Old Ideas About Early Hominid Diets
Released October 13, 2011
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image of a white road University of Colorado Boulder Team Discovers Ancient Road at Maya Village Buried by Volcanic Ash 1,400 Years Ago
Released October 5, 2011
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Julie Field Patterns of Ancient Croplands Give Insight Into Early Hawaiian Society, Research Shows
Released May 16, 2011
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researcher working at a site in Russia Evolution of Human 'Super-brain' Tied to Development of Bipedalism, Tool-making
Released April 20, 2011
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photo of girl in boat Archaeologists Explore Iraqi Marshes for Origins of Urbanization
Released March 31, 2011
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an ancient Mayan reservoir UC Pioneers Research on Environmental Practices of Ancient Maya
Released March 28, 2011
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Chert Crescent from San Miguel Island California Islands Give Up Evidence of Early Seafaring
Released March 3, 2011
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photo of woman excavating First Clear Evidence of Feasting in Early Humans
Released August 31, 2010
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the North Creek Shelter What the Locals Ate 10,000 Years Ago
Released August 23, 2010
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Benjamin Passey Some Like It Hot: Site of Human Evolution was Scorching
Released June 8, 2010
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researchers excavating Classic Maya History is Embedded in Commoners' Homes
Released April 14, 2010
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excavation in Syria Dig Looks at Society Just Before Dawn of Urban Civilization in the Middle East
Released April 6, 2010
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tools created by fire-treated silcrete Early Modern Humans Use Fire to Engineer Tools From Stone
Released August 13, 2009
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temple UC Scientists Determine That Ancient Maya Practiced Forest Conservation--3,000 Years Ago
Released July 20, 2009
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cartoon Notre Dame Study Describes Evidence of World's Oldest Known Granaries
Released June 23, 2009
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