• phys.org | 7/20/2017 | Staff
    Australia's first plant foods—eaten by early populations 65,000 years ago—have been discovered in Arnhem Land. Preserved as pieces of charcoal, the morsels were recovered from the debris of ancient...
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  • phys.org | 9/12/2019 | Staff
    The aetosaurs were heavily armored reptiles that lived in many parts of the world in the Triassic period, some 225 million years ago. For the first time, a student at the University of Bristol has...
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  • phys.org | 11/13/2019 | Staff
    A team of researchers with Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, Universidade Federal do Acre and the Paleontological Institute and Museum has discovered the ancient remains of a giant, extinct,...
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  • www.archaeology.org | 2/11/2020 | Staff
    (© The Trustees of the British Museum) Cuneiform Letter from the astrologer Marduk-šapik-zeri to the Neo-Assyrian king EsarhaddonIn some respects, the life of a Mesopotamian scholar in the seventh...
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  • phys.org | 10/26/2017 | Staff
    Mud wasp nests have helped establish a date for one of the ancient styles of Aboriginal rock art in the Kimberley. University of Melbourne and ANSTO scientists put the Gwion Gwion art period around...
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