Thu, Oct 08, 2015 Ancient DNA from 4,500-year-old skull shows wave of population back-migration into Africa from Western Eurasia much more extensive than previously thought.Strong 7,000-year-old Neolithic farmer ancestry detected. Sat, Aug 29, 2015 New findings show that ancient Philistine culture had a major and long-term impact on floral biodiversity in Israel.
Thu, Nov 23, 2017 The plague-causing bacterium Yersinia pestis may have first come to Europe with the large-scale migration of steppe nomads in the Stone Age, millennia before the first known historical epidemics.
Thu, Nov 09, 2017 New research shows that early farmers who migrated to Europe from the Near East spread quickly across the continent, where they lived side-by-side with existing local hunter-gatherers while slowly mixing with those groups over time.
Thu, Aug 03, 2017 Tens of thousands of years of controlled burns, forest management and clear-cutting have implications for modern conservation efforts and shatter the image of the 'untouched' tropical forest.
Tue, Jul 04, 2017 Mitochondrial DNA from Neanderthal individual who died in Swabian Jura in modern-day southwest Germany suggests that Neanderthals received genetic contribution from Africa by hominins that are closely related to modern humans more than 220,000 years ago.
In the field, you get to help excavate the Haynie site, a Chaco outlier, with two Chaco-period great houses.
In the lab, you will handle thousand-year-old artifacts and help us understand a defining time in Pueblo Indian culture.
by Montserrat Anglada, Cristina Bravo, and Irene Riudavets Mon, Mar 16, 2015 Excavation of a cyclopean sanctuary promises to shed light on a recent prehistoric island society in Spain's Balearic Islands.
Wed, Jan 21, 2015 Social media and archaeology are a marriage made in interdisciplinary heaven.
Tue, Jan 30, 2018 Analysis of ancient DNA found that Scandinavia was settled by hunter-gatherers via a southern and a northern route, and reveals that agriculture was likely introduced by migrating agriculturalists.
Wed, Dec 20, 2017 Although turkeys were introduced from the Americas, early 16th century English turkey dinner evidences turkey consumption in England before the American traditional Christmas and Thanksgiving dinner tradition developed.
Located in the richest archaeological areas in the county, Crow Canyon is the perfect place for you to get your hands dirty and dig deeper into ancient history.