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Large amounts of mercury discovered in Greenland's glaciers 1 Judi Lynn 15 hrs ago 15 hrs ago 9 392
Bridge made of string: Peruvians weave 500-year-old Incan crossing back into place 8 Judi Lynn Wednesday Saturday 19 653
Is This Florida Island Home to a Long-Lost Native American Settlement? 1 left-of-center2012 Jun 14 Jun 14 14 736
Colombia: a country with no history of its civilizations 0 Judi Lynn Jun 14 Jun 14 3 182
Prehistoric carvings of red deer found in Scottish neolithic tomb 2 Judi Lynn Jun 1 Jun 10 8 1118
If Neanderthals and Sapiens were separate species 12 prodigitalson May 19 Jun 9 2 759
The First Australians grew to a population of millions 2 Judi Lynn Jun 9 Jun 9 11 954
Study sheds light on pre-Columbian life in understudied area of SW Amazon 0 Judi Lynn Jun 8 Jun 8 10 579
Indigenous Peoples Were Stewards of the Western Amazon 0 Judi Lynn Jun 8 Jun 8 2 131
Remains of 4,500-year-old bamboo-mud cabin found in China 0 Judi Lynn Jun 8 Jun 8 2 273
Shackled skeleton identified as rare evidence of slavery in Roman Britain 7 Judi Lynn Jun 7 Jun 7 8 598
14,000-Year-Old Fossilized Poop Among Oldest Traces of Humans in North America 5 left-of-center2012 Jun 5 Jun 5 10 558
Mexico raids building project next to Teotihuacan pyramids 3 Eugene Jun 3 Jun 3 8 511
Ancient Australian Aboriginal memory tool superior to 'memory palace' learning 7 Judi Lynn May 19 May 31 14 752
Innocent-Looking Jar From 2,300 Years Ago Holds 'Curse' Against 55 People in Athens 3 Warpy May 31 May 31 3 628
New Findings on Santorini Point to "Lost Island of Atlantis" Origins 5 Judi Lynn May 23 May 31 11 652
Ancient Civilizations of the Americas 6 wnylib May 28 May 31 6 494
Palm oil plantations change the social behavior of macaques 0 Judi Lynn May 26 May 26 1 463
Orkney is a prehistoric phenomenon, where Neolithic remains continue to surface 2 Judi Lynn May 25 May 26 22 1045
HOW A SEARCHABLE DATABASE IS HELPING DECIPHER A LOST LANGUAGE 3 Judi Lynn May 23 May 24 14 479
Seeing the garden through the trees: The Indigenous forest gardens of coastal B.C. 2 Judi Lynn May 23 May 23 11 612
Ancient human remains unearthed at proposed Kohler golf course site in Wisconsin 3 Judi Lynn May 23 May 23 15 670
Roman baths emerge from sand dunes of Cadiz 1 Judi Lynn May 19 May 19 7 348
At Its Peak, The Ancient Khmer City Of Angkor Dwarfed The Great Cities Of Europe 10 Judi Lynn May 6 May 19 37 7312
THE 2,000-YEAR-OLD SKIN CREAM DISCOVERED IN AN ANCIENT ROMAN TEMPLE 2 Judi Lynn May 19 May 19 31 1470
Tiny traces of DNA found in cave dust may unlock secret life of Neanderthals Advanced technique used 3 Judi Lynn May 19 May 19 4 373
Plant species richness at archaeological sites suggests ecological legacy of Indigenous subsistence 0 Judi Lynn May 19 May 19 4 207
Swiss farmers contributed to the domestication of the opium poppy 0 Judi Lynn May 19 May 19 2 207
Underwater archaeological site to open next month 0 Judi Lynn May 19 May 19 3 152
A Strange Case of Dancing Mania Struck Germany Six Centuries Ago Today 6 Judi Lynn Apr 30 May 19 8 666
Ningaloo research to tell 60,000-year-old story as new technology uncovers deeper past 3 Judi Lynn May 7 May 16 21 1031
Stonehenge and standing stone construction duplcated 4 Warpy May 13 May 13 5 478
Remains of nine Neanderthals found in cave south of Rome 1 Eugene May 8 May 13 14 626
The Aqueduct of Constantinople: Managing the longest water channel of the ancient world 2 Jim__ May 11 May 12 13 470
Even 85,000 Years Later, We Can Still See How Early Humans Shaped The Land With Fire 2 Judi Lynn May 10 May 11 17 625
People have shaped most of terrestrial nature for at least 12,000 years 1 jeffreyi May 6 May 6 9 330
Aboriginal Spears Stolen By Captain Cook Will Be Returned To Their True Owners After 251 Years 2 Judi Lynn May 6 May 6 5 419
Medieval Smi were using draught reindeer, researchers find 1 Judi Lynn May 6 May 6 3 289
Ancient Maya Made Widespread Changes to Wetland Landscape 0 Judi Lynn May 6 May 6 3 329
Swedish Man Discovers Trove of Bronze Age Treasures Hidden in Plain Sight 4 left-of-center2012 May 4 May 6 21 835
Vikings Performed Animal Sacrifice In Lava Cave To Prevent Ragnark 0 Judi Lynn May 6 May 6 1 241
Archaeologists uncover oldest human burial in Africa 0 Judi Lynn May 6 May 6 3 263
Details of stunning Maya acropolises and sophisticated civilization revealed by laser scans 3 Judi Lynn Apr 30 May 4 6 607
These mysterious stone structures in Saudi Arabia are older than the pyramids 15 left-of-center2012 May 3 May 3 48 3031
Egyptian archaeologists unearth rare tombs dated back to before Pharaohs 0 left-of-center2012 May 3 May 3 5 420
'Plain of Jars', one of the most mysterious archaeological sites, reveals its true age 5 Judi Lynn Apr 28 Apr 30 13 919
Researchers demystify the secrets of ancient Aboriginal migration across Australia 1 Judi Lynn Apr 30 Apr 30 4 206
Is This 10,000-Year-Old Carving Europe's Oldest Known Depiction of a Boat? 1 Judi Lynn Apr 30 Apr 30 6 609
Indigenous Peoples in British Columbia Tended 'Forest Gardens' Found near villages, research suggest 1 Judi Lynn Apr 30 Apr 30 9 727
Copy of famous Teotihuacan structure discovered in Maya city 0 Judi Lynn Apr 30 Apr 30 2 242
Scientists find 110 ancient tombs from 3 different Egypt civilizations 0 Judi Lynn Apr 30 Apr 30 8 260
Iron Age warriors bent the swords of their defeated enemies, ancient hoard reveals 1 Judi Lynn Apr 28 Apr 29 9 475
Ancient settlement 'older than Skara Brae' emerges on Orkney 5 Judi Lynn Apr 27 Apr 29 9 415
What Doomed a Sprawling City Near St. Louis 1,000 Years Ago? 4 Judi Lynn Apr 27 Apr 28 21 873
Judi - your posted articles are high in the "Latest Threads" "Chart tonight... 3 electric_blue68 Apr 27 Apr 28 19 654
Irish Farmer Stumbles Onto 'Untouched' Ancient Tomb of Stone Near Dingle 1 Judi Lynn Apr 27 Apr 27 19 377
Traces of Bronze Age Village Discovered in Switzerland 5 Judi Lynn Apr 27 Apr 27 16 468
Hundreds of stone tools used by homo erectus discovered in abandoned goldmine in Sahara Desert 1 Judi Lynn Apr 27 Apr 27 8 372
In Egypt, archaeologists have made a discovery as important as the finding of Tutankhamen's tomb 1 Judi Lynn Apr 27 Apr 27 19 1114
Recolonisation of Europe after the last ice age started earlier than previously thought 0 Judi Lynn Apr 27 Apr 27 6 292
Social tensions preceded disruptions in ancient Pueblo societies 0 Judi Lynn Apr 27 Apr 27 5 188
Vikings carved a massive boat into this volcanic cave to ward off the apocalypse 0 Judi Lynn Apr 27 Apr 27 11 394
This Wooden Sculpture Is Twice as Old as Stonehenge and the Pyramids 3 Judi Lynn Mar 28 Apr 24 16 762
Is empathy uniquely human? 7 Judi Lynn Apr 6 Apr 24 15 720
Pacific Northwest's 'forest gardens' were deliberately planted by Indigenous people 7 jeffreyi Apr 22 Apr 23 16 633
Reindeer bone found in Cork shows that humans lived in Ireland 33,000 years ago 1 left-of-center2012 Apr 20 Apr 21 5 557
Gladiator arena from Roman era unearthed in Turkey 1 Judi Lynn Apr 21 Apr 21 10 484
Vandals sack Roman-era estate and bathhouse just discovered in UK 1 Judi Lynn Apr 21 Apr 21 6 326
Research Reveals New Link In Australasian and South American Ancestry 14 left-of-center2012 Apr 1 Apr 20 6 848
How new discoveries in west Africa could rewrite pre-history 1 Judi Lynn Apr 19 Apr 19 15 419
Ancient tomb newly discovered on Dingle Peninsula could date back further than the Bronze Age 2 Judi Lynn Apr 19 Apr 19 16 767
How A Museum's Human Skull Collection Sparked A Racial Reckoning 1 Judi Lynn Apr 19 Apr 19 7 320
Exhibit sheds light on life and rituals of Jalisco's ancients 3 Judi Lynn Apr 17 Apr 17 3 403
Moccasin Fragment Reveals Precolonial Connection Between Subarctic and Southwest 1 Judi Lynn Apr 17 Apr 17 8 515
Possible 'embassy' in ancient Maya city illuminates the birth of an empire 1 Judi Lynn Apr 17 Apr 17 1 399
Dozens of Fossilized Neanderthal Footprints Found on a Beach in Spain 1 Judi Lynn Apr 17 Apr 17 2 291
Prehistoric cannibal victim found in death cave ID'ed as a young girl 1 Judi Lynn Apr 17 Apr 17 2 361
Scant evidence that 'wood overuse' at Cahokia caused collapse 1 Judi Lynn Apr 11 Apr 11 6 529
Aztec renaissance: New research sheds fresh light on intellectual achievements of long-vanished empi 1 Judi Lynn Apr 11 Apr 11 5 797
A 3,000-year-old 'lost golden city' has been unearthed in Egypt 7 Wicked Blue Apr 8 Apr 11 15 1172
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