archaeology

What Have the Romans done for Our Teeth?

The Roman-British population from c. 200-400 AD appears to have had far less gum disease than we have today...

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Weirdo Fossils are Our Cousins

Some of the world's most bizarre fossils have been identified as distant relatives of humans...

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Our Submerged Ancestors Revealed

Our submerged cultural heritage is not a renewable resource; it is a unique irreplaceable cultural asset...

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Rare Grooves: The Dropa Discs

‘The stone disks you have mentioned do not exist; but, being extraneous objects in this museum, they were relocated.’ The discovery of a mass grave containing dwarfish skeletons with abnormally...

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