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Startling New Evidence Suggests Stonehenge Was First Built in Wales Then Transported and Reconstructed 500 Years Later in Englan
Science & Tech  (tags: stonehege, Salisbury Plain, bluestones, Wales, Archeology, mystery )

- 923 days ago -
Archaeologists have found the exact holes in a rocky outcrop in Wales from where the bluestones found at Stonehenge originated, revealing that they were quarried 500 years before they were assembled into the famous stone circle that still stands today in
Ancient Baby DNA Discovered in Montana Yields New Clues to Earliest Native Americans
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archeology, Asian land bridge, discovery, Montana State University, Montana Historical Society, Native Americans, news, science, Texas A&M University, University of Copenhagen in Denmark )

- 1585 days ago -
The DNA of a baby boy buried in Montana 12,600 years ago -- the oldest genome ever recovered in North America -- provides new indications of the ancient roots of today's American Indians. Logged in Doomwatch Legacy by Sunstroke author David Kagan.
Researchers: Ancient Human Remains Found in Israel
Science & Tech  (tags: Homo sapiens, humans, evolution, human origins, anthropology, archeology, geography, Middle East, theory, discovery )

- 2729 days ago -
Israeli archaeologists said Monday they may have found the earliest evidence yet for the existence of modern man, and if so, it could upset theories of the origin of humans.
Roman-Era Mummy Found in Egyptian Oasis
Science & Tech  (tags: science, discovery, mummy, archeology, research, interesting, study, world )

- 2987 days ago -
CAIRO -- Egypt has discovered the mummy of a woman dating back to the Roman era in a newly uncovered complex of tombs in a desert oasis.Archaeologist Mahmoud Afifi, who headed the dig, says the mummy is of a 3 feet tall woman.
SPAIN: Archeological Dig Yields Ancient European
Science & Tech  (tags: Europe, Homo sapiens, archeology, anthropology, science, primatology, history, human evolution )

- 3734 days ago -
Scientists have discovered the oldest human remains in western Europe.A jawbone and teeth discovered at the famous Atapuerca site in northern Spain have been dated between 1.1 and 1.2 million years old.
Tiny Dinosaur Fossil Is Found in China
Science & Tech  (tags: china, archeology, fossil, find, pterodactyls, discovery )

- 3779 days ago -
WASHINGTON -- As pterodactyls go it was small, toothless and had unexpectedly curved toes - yet scientists are welcoming their new find as another piece in the puzzle of ancient life. "We have this really amazing creature, sparrow sized, which lived es
Christmas Ties to Paganism Reinforced By New Archeological Discovery
Science & Tech  (tags: archeology, grotto, pagan, paganism, Christmas, church )

- 3829 days ago -
Italian archeologists revealed that an underground grotto, known as a "Lupercale", has been unearthed very near the site where Constantine built the Basilica of St. Anastasia. This church is believed to be the birthplace of celebrating Christmas on 12/25.
"Strange" British Fossil Is Part of New Dino Family
Science & Tech  (tags: dinosaur, archeology, discovery )

- 3861 days ago -
A forgotten museum fossil that had been gathering dust for more than a century is actually from a mysterious British dinosaur that represents an entirely new family, scientists have discovered.
NEW FINDING: Chatty Cave Men? Me Neanderthal, Talk Just Fine
Science & Tech  (tags: Neanderthal, human evolution, speech, genes, anthropology, archeology )

- 3895 days ago -
Neanderthals might have spoken just like humans do now, new genetic findings suggest. Neanderthals are humanity's closest extinct relatives. Since their discovery more than 150 years ago, researchers have found out they could make tools just like our ance
Hobbits Mastered Use of Stone Tools
Science & Tech  (tags: scientists, research, Archeology, paleobotanist, discovery )

- 3905 days ago -
HOBBITS may have had long arms and tiny brains but our new-found cousins were agile and smart enough to make stone tools used to fashion other tools, probably for hunting and butchering animals. What's more, they did so at least 40,000 years before

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