Archaeologists and anthropologists don’t just study the dynamics of power and politics. They are actively mired in political systems – a position which they need to embrace
Two Thousand Years Old Clay Soldiers and How They Were Made
Analysis of Egyptian fossils has identified a new species of extinct carnivorous mammals called hyaenodonts, according to a study published April 19, 2017 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Matthew Borths from Ohio University, United States of America, and Erik Seiffert from University of Southern California, United States of America.
The tiny Indonesian hominin may have descended from a species that left Africa 2 million years ago
Archaeologists from Inner Mongolia University and the Inner Mongolia Museum have published the results of their study of a rare find: a 1500-year-old tomb full of artifacts, complete with an intact mummy.
It’s not a household name, but an ancient creature found in the Scottish borders fills a crucial period in the evolutionary record. It sheds light on how four-limbed creatures became established on land.
Archaeologists describe remains found in caves near Paisley, Oregon, that represent the oldest specimens of insects from the genus Cimex ever found, ranging between 5,100 and 11,000 years old.