Understanding Extinct Microbes May Influence The State Of Modern Human Health

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The study of ancient microbes may not seem consequential, but such pioneering research has implications for the state of modern human health. New results raise questions about the microbes living on and within people. – Please Ream More..

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Byzantine Period Church With Beautiful Mosaics Discovered

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A church that dates to the Byzantine period which is paved with breathtakingly beautiful mosaics and a dedicatory inscription was exposed in an archaeological excavation. – Please Ream More..

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Archaeological Discovery: Earliest Evidence Of Our Cave-dwelling Human Ancestors

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Archaeologists have discovered the earliest evidence of our cave-dwelling human ancestors at the Wonderwerk Cave in South Africa. – Please Ream More..

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Mansions In Pompeii: Ideal Measurements Of A Pre-Roman Model

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Pre-Roman atrium houses exhibited a striking number of similarities as part of a long Italic building tradition. A Dutch researcher has analysed the measurements of primary mansions in Pompeii. As buildings were constructed according to a standard model, the adaptations to that model, required by the economical, practical and social demands of any particular project, provide a lot of information about the social significance of the houses of Pompeii’s elite. – Please Ream More..

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Iron Age ‘Sacrifice’ Is Britain’s Oldest Surviving Brain

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The oldest surviving human brain in Britain, dating back at least 2000 years to the Iron Age, has been unearthed during excavations on the site of the University of York’s campus expansion at Heslington East. – Please Ream More..

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Old Soles: 800-year-old Shoe Soles Yield Clues About Preservation Of Leather

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Ancient garbage can be like gold to archaeologists. During excavation of an 800-year-old trash dump in Lyon, France, scientists discovered the archaeological equivalent of golden shoe soles: A trove of leather soles of shoes, which is helping scientists understand how leather stays preserved in wet, oxygen-free environments. – Please Ream More..

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