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Clues about human migration to Imperial Rome uncovered in 2,000-year-old cemetery

Isotope analysis of skeletons buried in Imperial Rome reveal some were migrants from the Alps or North Africa, according to a study published February 2016 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Kristina Killgrove from University.

Around 3,000 jars of ancient Roman fish sauce discovered in shipwreck off Italian coast

Around jars of ancient Roman fish sauce discovered in shipwreck off Italian coast

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Researchers found a landscape sketching by a Paleolithic artist, changing the way experts think of ancient humans' settlements and artistic ability.

The Phoenician remains discovered in 1994 provided the first ancient DNA of the Mediterranean civilization that dominated trade routes. “This is the earliest European lineage recorded in North Africa, so in a way it not only helps us understand Phoenician history, but also makes people [re]think about the history of human mobility,” Matisoo-Smith said. “In reconstructions of genetic variation in the Mediterranean, there hasn’t been much consideration of Phoenician trade networks."

Ancient Phoenician DNA suggests a new model of human migration

The Phoenician remains discovered in 1994 provided the first ancient DNA of the Mediterranean civilization that dominated trade routes.

Ancient bottom wipers yield evidence of diseases carried along the Silk Road

2,000 year old 'computer' discovered: How tech and shipwrecks are rewriting human history - TechRepublic

Archaeologists excavating the famous ancient Greek shipwreck that yielded the Antikythera mechanism have recovered more than 50 items including a bronze armrest (possibly part of a throne), remains…

Cobalt glass beads discovered in Scandinavian Bronze Age tombs reveal some iconic trade links between Egyptians and Mesopotamia 3,400-years-ago

Cobalt glass beads discovered in Scandinavian Bronze Age tombs reveal some iconic trade links between Egyptians and Mesopotamia

Never Been to the Jungle? Check Out This Wild 360-Degree Video

Never Been to the Jungle? Check Out This Wild 360-Degree Video

As a companion to the new Planet Earth II series, the BBC is releasing incredible videos that immerse you in ecological action.

a photo of a facial reconstruction of a young man

A stone fragment of the head of a young male, stolen from Roman Vindolanda in Northumberland in the first theft at the site for 45 years, has been quietly returned four months later.

First known colonial building in sub-Saharan #Africa, with dark #history, revealed to the public

Earliest European church sheds light on Cape Verde's history of slavery

Declassified Tapes Reveal Apollo 10 Astronauts Heard Odd Music On Far Side Of The Moon : SCIENCE : Tech Times

Lost Tapes Reveal Apollo Astronauts Heard Unexplained ‘Music’ On Far Side Of The Moon

Centrifuge, Laboratory, Research

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Centrifuges: Inspired by a child's toy, and now it helps diagnose diseases.

Archaeologists discover body of man with shield and teenage girl at Roman Northamptonshire villa

A photo of a human bone being excavated from a brown pit at a Roman villa site in Northamptonshire

Une carte détaille le relief et la profondeur des océans

Cette carte du monde satellitaire affiche la profondeur des océans

Detailed seafloor gravity map brings the Earth's surface into sharp focus The map derived from gravimetric readings is already producing new insights into the ocean floor

Golden Iron Age mirror

A pair of hallowed mirrors, the earliest of which is decorated in swirling Celtic art designs from 100 BC, have gone on display in the first step on a national tour.

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