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Neanderthals built mysterious cave structures 175,000 years ago 1 Judi Lynn Yesterday 20 hrs ago 5 81
Kasskara: Sunken Land of the Hopi Ancestors/Oraibi and Hopi History in North America 0 Judi Lynn Sunday Sunday 3 144
Discovery of children’s bodies reveals an insight into Leeds’s grim past 3 Judi Lynn Saturday 16 hrs ago 2 127
Preserving Ireland's Ancient, Mysterious Tree-Based Alphabet 0 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 3 55
‘No doubt’ Iceland’s elves exist: anthropologist certain the creatures live alongside regular folks 0 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 3 125
Migration or Vacation? Humans Left Africa, Returned 1 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 0 80
Burial sites show how Nubians, Egyptians integrated communities thousands of years ago 0 Judi Lynn Saturday Saturday 0 45
A Secret Tunnel Found in Mexico May Finally Solve the Mysteries of Teotihuacán 2 Judi Lynn Saturday Tuesday 9 125
Early snowbirds? Florida sinkhole yields ancient artifacts 2 Judi Lynn May 13 May 14 1 178
'Oldest axe' was made by early Australians 1 nitpicker May 11 May 13 2 167
Canada Confirms Endorsement Of UN Declaration On The Rights Of Indigenous Peoples 1 L. Coyote May 10 May 13 2 77
Matchsticks Once Sickened and Deformed Women and Children 1 Judi Lynn May 6 May 6 1 190
Anthropologists Marshalling History: the American Anthropological Association’s Vote on the Academic 0 Judi Lynn May 4 May 4 3 202
Building on shells: Interdisciplinary study starts unraveling mysteries of Calusa kingdom 0 Judi Lynn May 4 May 4 5 105
Risky skull surgery done for ritual reasons 6,000 years ago 2 Judi Lynn May 4 May 6 3 94
Competition between men drove evolution of deep voices, researchers say 0 Judi Lynn May 1 May 1 0 175
4,800-Year-Old Fossil Of Mother Cradling Child Unearthed 0 Judi Lynn May 1 May 1 0 142
'Kennewick Man' was Native American, U.S. Army Corps says 0 Judi Lynn Apr 29 Apr 29 3 189
Iron age man was as fond of Swiss cheese as we are 4 Judi Lynn Apr 29 Apr 29 5 345
Water storage made prehistoric settlement expansion possible in Amazonia 0 Judi Lynn Apr 29 Apr 29 3 156
The odd world distribution of ancient Haplogroup X Mitochondrial DNA 4 Ichingcarpenter Apr 25 May 1 10 371
Chimps 'shop' for fruit in the same way we do! Watch primates squeezing and smelling figs before pic 0 Judi Lynn Apr 25 Apr 25 0 196
Mummified Woman Found in Peru Suggests Gender Equality 0 Judi Lynn Apr 24 Apr 24 1 176
A new discovery sheds light on ancient Egypt’s most successful female pharaoh 0 n2doc Apr 23 Apr 23 2 258
El Chichon eruption implicated in Mayan upheaval 1 nitpicker Apr 20 Apr 27 4 235
Strange giant sphere in Bosnia sparks debate 0 Judi Lynn Apr 19 Apr 19 4 523
Roman villa unearthed 'by chance' in Wiltshire garden 1 nitpicker Apr 17 Apr 19 5 321
‘Bone Rooms’: Where scientific racists stored their ‘evidence’ 0 Judi Lynn Apr 16 Apr 16 0 324
Mystery of Nazca, Peru's Puquios: Purpose of Ancient Holes Finally Solved By Satellites 14 Judi Lynn Apr 13 Apr 19 46 3047
I AM NOT THE "NEON GOD" CHINA MADE. 1 Jeffersons Ghost Apr 10 Apr 12 0 369
'Cremation pits' found at Vale of Glamorgan housing site 0 Judi Lynn Apr 9 Apr 9 1 269
The Return of the Brutal Savage and the Science for War 1 Judi Lynn Apr 9 Apr 10 1 277
How did the dingo get to Australia?... 0 Ichingcarpenter Apr 7 Apr 7 1 319
Stone Age humans brought deer to Scottish islands by sea: 0 Ichingcarpenter Apr 7 Apr 7 4 278
South America's prehistoric people spread like 'invasive species' 0 Judi Lynn Apr 7 Apr 7 3 484
How human sacrifice propped up the social order 0 Judi Lynn Apr 5 Apr 5 1 373
Yucatan archaeology races to keep up with development 0 Judi Lynn Apr 5 Apr 5 1 466
View From Space Hints at a New Viking Site in North America 4 Ichingcarpenter Apr 1 Apr 2 19 1269
Looters, Tourism, and Racism: Controversy Surrounds 'Discovery' of Lost City in Honduras 0 Judi Lynn Mar 31 Mar 31 4 481
A world map of Neanderthal and Denisovan ancestry in modern humans 6 Ichingcarpenter Mar 29 Mar 30 2 785
Slaughter at the bridge: Uncovering a colossal Bronze Age battle 2 n2doc Mar 24 Mar 25 13 991
Ancient bones from 2000 BC discovered in Antrim pub challenge everything we thought we knew about Ir 2 Judi Lynn Mar 20 Mar 20 11 1239
Uncovering the mystery of very early humans in New Mexico 0 Judi Lynn Mar 20 Mar 20 3 672
Ancient Warrior Found Buried In 2,500-Year-Old Iron Age Settlement 0 Judi Lynn Mar 19 Mar 19 1 754
Who Were the Ancient Goths? 0 Judi Lynn Mar 19 Mar 19 2 973
Interbreeding with archaic humans helped our immune system 1 ellenrr Mar 19 Mar 19 1 1127
Central America's Oldest Archeological Haul Found in Costa Rica 2 Judi Lynn Mar 18 Mar 22 6 782
Humans Interbred With Hominins on Multiple Occasions, Study Finds 1 jpak Mar 17 Mar 30 2 667
Ancient DNA identifies 'early Neanderthals' 1 jpak Mar 16 Mar 17 1 439
ONION: New Evidence Suggests Early Humans First Used Fire To Impress Friends 1 L. Coyote Mar 11 Mar 17 4 379
Ancient underground city excites archaeology world 0 Judi Lynn Mar 7 Mar 7 5 561
Mystery on the marsh: Newly discovered Anglo-Saxon island is one of the most important archaeologica 0 Judi Lynn Mar 6 Mar 6 4 662
Why do chimpanzees throw stones at trees? 2 Ichingcarpenter Mar 6 Mar 18 1 838
Tomb of 2500yr old French Celtic Prince found with many Treasures 0 Ichingcarpenter Mar 6 Mar 6 1 1158
Stone Age Britons may have had prehistoric secret code 0 Judi Lynn Feb 28 Feb 28 3 797
3-D technology used to safely reveal the diet of 'Chaucer's children' 5 Judi Lynn Feb 28 Mar 6 1 1156
Researchers explore how infants infer social dominance relationships 0 Judi Lynn Feb 2016 Feb 2016 0 374
World famous ancient Siberian Venus figurines 'are NOT Venuses after all' 0 Judi Lynn Feb 2016 Feb 2016 3 1101
Evidence mounts for interbreeding bonanza in ancient human species 3 ellenrr Feb 2016 Feb 2016 4 1052
Ancient Indonesian 'Hobbits' Were Not Homo Sapiens - Study 0 Judi Lynn Feb 2016 Feb 2016 2 764
7,000-year-old settlement discovered in Jerusalem 0 Judi Lynn Feb 2016 Feb 2016 6 396
First dictionary of rare Inuit dialect published 0 Judi Lynn Feb 2016 Feb 2016 1 454
Easter Island not destroyed by war, analysis of 'spear points' shows 1 Judi Lynn Feb 2016 Feb 2016 1 427
How punitive, omniscient gods may have encouraged the expansion of human society 0 Judi Lynn Feb 2016 Feb 2016 0 900
Neanderthal DNA has subtle but significant impact on human traits 1 Judi Lynn Feb 2016 Feb 2016 7 1004
A badger uncovers ​’exciting’ Bronze Age cremation site near Stonehenge 7 Judi Lynn Feb 2016 Apr 5 1 1487
The sexual misconduct case that has rocked anthropology 0 Judi Lynn Feb 2016 Feb 2016 2 471
Texas Finally Acknowledges Rangers Killed Hundreds of Latinos 2 L. Coyote Feb 2016 Feb 2016 4 772
Climate change may have had a huge impact on ancient South American civilisations 0 Judi Lynn Feb 2016 Feb 2016 4 537
Caught in time warp, a Bronze age village in rural England 1 Judi Lynn Feb 2016 Feb 2016 3 937
Well-Preserved Boat Unearthed at Abusir 1 Judi Lynn Feb 2016 Feb 2016 3 620
Vital history in a region surrounded by chaos: Göbekli Tepe 0 Judi Lynn Jan 2016 Jan 2016 5 815
Humans are the only animals with this body part — and no one knows why 8 applegrove Jan 2016 Feb 2016 3 1505
Who Did the Aztecs Sacrifice? 3 Judi Lynn Jan 2016 Jan 2016 4 716
Archaeologists unearth the earliest evidence of warfare between hunter-gatherers 2 Judi Lynn Jan 2016 Feb 2016 1 536
In A City That Welcomes Hyenas, An Anthropologist Makes Friends 0 Judi Lynn Jan 2016 Jan 2016 0 434
2,500-Year-Old Footprints Discovered in Arizona 2 Adsos Letter Jan 2016 Mar 20 2 907
H. naledi has shaken up the way that paleoanthropology goes about the business of doing science 3 ellenrr Jan 2016 Jan 2016 2 613
Phylogenetic analyses suggests fairy tales are much older than thought 1 bluedigger Jan 2016 Jan 2016 1 787
Honduras leader proclaims archaeology bonanza but 'lost city' doubts linger 0 Judi Lynn Jan 2016 Jan 2016 1 442
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