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History unearthed: How newly discovered skeletons may be the first colonists of St. Augustine 0 Judi Lynn Feb 8 Feb 8 8 262
A PIONEER AND A FOUNDER: REMEMBERING IVOR NOL HUME 0 bluedigger Feb 8 Feb 8 5 162
Finding a lost city, and also a flesh-eating illness, with Douglas Preston 0 Judi Lynn Feb 4 Feb 4 11 329
Anthropologists Discover 38,000 Year-Old Engraving On A Limestone Slab 2 Judi Lynn Jan 29 Jan 29 9 588
Did Neanderthals Like Pretty Rocks? 3 Judi Lynn Jan 24 Jan 27 4 415
Chichester Roman houses found under Priory Park 1 Judi Lynn Jan 26 Jan 26 1 433
Underneath Chichen Itzas pyramid 1 Judi Lynn Jan 24 Jan 24 12 888
A Long-Lost Dark Age Kingdom Has Been Rediscovered In Scotland 1 Judi Lynn Jan 24 Jan 24 7 407
'Society Must Be Defended' 2 bluedigger Jan 17 Jan 24 2 600
Archaeologists shed new light on collapse of Mayan civilization 0 Judi Lynn Jan 24 Jan 24 2 222
Earliest Human Presence in North America Dated to the Last Glacial Maximum: New Radiocarbon Dates 2 bluedigger Jan 9 Jan 12 6 1162
Kamloops home builder in legal battle after unearthing artifacts 0 Judi Lynn Jan 11 Jan 11 1 501
Hunters lived on Tibetan plateau thousands of years earlier than thought 0 Judi Lynn Jan 10 Jan 10 3 915
Urbanisation signal detected in evolution, study shows 0 ellenrr Jan 7 Jan 7 2 1184
Seeking the long-lost 'City of the Monkey God' in dense Honduras jungle 0 Judi Lynn Jan 6 Jan 6 2 659
Watch: Pre-incan pyramid discovered in Peru 2 Judi Lynn Jan 5 Jan 6 3 1251
Lost city found by amateur. 0 safeinOhio Jan 5 Jan 5 0 175
Neanderthals in a boat? Not such a far-fetched notion after all 0 Judi Lynn Dec 30 Dec 30 2 285
The caves that prove Neanderthals were cannibals 0 Judi Lynn Dec 30 Dec 30 2 113
Scans Unveil Secrets of the World's Oldest Mummies 0 Judi Lynn Dec 29 Dec 29 3 173
Ancient Chaco Canyon population likely relied on imported food 0 Judi Lynn Dec 29 Dec 29 2 128
2500 year-old Greek city discovered 1 ellenrr Dec 14 Dec 24 3 1470
Sighting of uncontacted Amazonian tribe in pictures 0 Judi Lynn Dec 22 Dec 22 4 187
Prehistoric porridge? First pots for plant cooking found 1 nitpicker Dec 20 Dec 22 1 1164
Road project reveals millennia-old wetland-gardening site 0 Judi Lynn Dec 22 Dec 22 0 131
Coastal cave site was a must-see tourist destination for Neanderthals for over 100,000 years 0 Judi Lynn Dec 15 Dec 15 4 987
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Mexico Workers Unearth 650-Year-Old Temple at Supermarket Demolition Site 0 Judi Lynn Dec 1 Dec 1 6 409
The laser that can 'see through' thick forest - and spotted a Stone age settlement in Ohio 0 Judi Lynn Nov 26 Nov 26 3 278
10,000-year-old remains returned to Nevada tribes control 0 Judi Lynn Nov 2016 Nov 2016 2 665
Ancient residential city, cemetery discovered in Abydos 0 Judi Lynn Nov 2016 Nov 2016 2 701
Human Population Through Time 1 rug Nov 2016 Nov 2016 4 254
Anthros Discover Tribe Of Joyful Americans Living In Remote Village Untouched By 2016 election 3 Coyotl Nov 2016 Nov 2016 6 444
Once thought a fake, the Grolier Codex is our oldest surviving record of Maya civilization 0 Judi Lynn Nov 2016 Nov 2016 6 400
Man searching for toilet in Australia's outback makes astounding discovery of 49,000-year-old human 2 Judi Lynn Nov 2016 Nov 2016 6 461
Peru's royal pedigree: direct descendants trace roots to Incan emperor and kin 0 Judi Lynn Oct 2016 Oct 2016 2 412
4,000 year old children's rattle beautifully crafted as bear cub's head: and it still rattles! 0 Judi Lynn Oct 2016 Oct 2016 3 435
Some Monkeys Have Blue Testicles—Here's Why 0 milestogo Oct 2016 Oct 2016 2 426
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Siberian Town Stakes a Claim as Humanity’s Cradle 0 Judi Lynn Oct 2016 Oct 2016 2 351
Evidence of first chief indicates Pacific islanders invented a new society on city they built of cor 0 Judi Lynn Oct 2016 Oct 2016 3 318
Drones and virtual reality combine to recreate mysterious archaeological site 0 Judi Lynn Oct 2016 Oct 2016 3 315
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Secret Mayan tombs lend rare insight into rule of mysterious 'snake kings' 0 Judi Lynn Oct 2016 Oct 2016 4 473
The Tikal and the Mayan refuse to give up their mysterious secrets 0 Judi Lynn Oct 2016 Oct 2016 2 383
China's Terracotta Warriors may be inspired by Greece 0 Judi Lynn Oct 2016 Oct 2016 3 399
Archaeologist whose findings revealed Aborigines had been in Australia since Ice Age 0 Judi Lynn Oct 2016 Oct 2016 2 303
Conquering Choquequirao: the long walk to Peru’s lesser-known ‘lost city’ 1 Judi Lynn Oct 2016 Oct 2016 8 437
Whithorn Iron Age roundhouse works in full swing 0 Judi Lynn Oct 2016 Oct 2016 4 426
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Archaeologists uncover massive 2500 year old Iron Age Mound 2 Judi Lynn Oct 2016 Oct 2016 6 445
Well-Preserved, 2,500-Year-Old Marijuana Found at Chinese Tomb 1 Judi Lynn Oct 2016 Oct 2016 5 370
Research uncovers evidence that ancient Japan was ‘more cosmopolitan’ than previously thought 0 Judi Lynn Oct 2016 Oct 2016 0 305
The Memory Code: how oral cultures memorise so much information 1 Judi Lynn Sep 2016 Oct 2016 3 386
Will the Secrets Behind the 5000-year-old Cochno Stone Finally Be Solved? 4 Judi Lynn Oct 2016 Oct 2016 4 665
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Scotland’s thatched buildings recorded for the first time 1 Judi Lynn Sep 2016 Sep 2016 5 333
Tulane archaeologists make Mayan discoveries at El Achiotal 0 Judi Lynn Sep 2016 Sep 2016 2 310
14,000-year-old campsite in Argentina adds to an archaeological mystery 1 Judi Lynn Sep 2016 Sep 2016 9 524
Long-lost Inca altar is found beside river in Peru 0 Judi Lynn Sep 2016 Sep 2016 5 407
Mysterious, Ring-Shaped Geoglyphs Found in Peru 0 Judi Lynn Sep 2016 Sep 2016 1 480
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