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Playing Ball in Ancient Belize: 1,300-Year-Old Stone Panels Depicting Mayan Ballplayers Revealed
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 2 hours ago - ancient-origins.net
Archaeologists have deciphered two 1,300-year-old stone panels that depict ancient Mayans playing with large balls while carrying impressive fans. The panels were found at the archaeological site of Tipan Chen Uitz in Belize....
1,000-Year-Old Viking Boat Burial Discovered Under Market Square in Norway
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Marty
- 2 hours ago - ancient-origins.net
A millennium-old Viking boat grave with bones and sheet bronze still inside has been discovered under a market square in Norway. The grave was found during one of the final days of excavations by the Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research
Afterlife Snack: Jar of Toads Popped Open in 4,000-Year-Old Canaanite Tomb Dig
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 4 hours ago - timesofisrael.com
Excavation just outside Jerusalem's Biblical Zoo gives window into funerary rites, with unexpected remains of decapitated toads and not-local myrtle and date pollen....
100,000-Year-Old Thigh Bones of Child in China Reveal Bite Marks
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 6 hours ago - ancient-origins.net
The bones of a child from 100,000 years ago display gnawed tooth marks, and researchers are trying to determine if this is evidence of cannibalism in the prehistoric Xuchang Man of China...
Reconstructing How Neanderthals Grew, Based on An El SidróN Child
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 6 hours ago - ancient-origins.net
How did Neanderthals grow? Does modern man develop in the same way as Homo neanderthalensis did? How does the size of the brain affect the development of the body? A study led by the Spanish National Research Council...
Archaeologists Announce That New Discoveries Solve Mystery of How the Great Pyramid Was Built
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 1 day ago - ancient-origins.net
A new set of investigations in ancient Egypt have led to some startling discoveries âEUR" the translation of an ancient papyrus, the unearthing of an ingenious system of waterworks, and the discovery of a 4,500-year-old ceremonial boat...
GM Moths Released in US for First Time: A Major Step for âEUR~FrankenbugsâEUR(TM)
Science & Tech  (tags: research, scientists, NewTechnology, environment, GeneticEngineering )

Marty
- 1 day ago - theepochtimes.com
Biotech company Oxitec announced on Sept. 5 that it has started releasing genetically modified (GM) moths in Geneva, New York. Globally, only two types of GM insects have ever been released. GM mosquitoes have been released in Brazil...
Giddyap! How the Stirrup Revolutionized Horseback Riding and Helped Build Empires
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 2 days ago - ancient-origins.net
Seemingly simple, yet oh so significant - the stirrup is an invention that changed the history of the world. The emergence of the stirrup revolutionized the way horses were ridden and consequently re-shaped transportation....
Afterlife Of Egyptian Religious Statues Intentionally Hidden In The Temple Of Ptah At Karnak
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

Marty
- 2 days ago - ancientpages.com
The favissa âEUR" an intentionally hidden cache of religious objects âEUR" contained numerous fragmentary statuettes and figurines, including 14 representing Osiris, carefully arranged around a larger central statue of Ptah. Researchers compared this cache
Rh-Negative Blood: An Exotic Bloodline or Random Mutation?
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, discovery, interesting, research )

Marty
- 3 days ago - ancient-origins.net
Most people who have the Rh blood type are Rh-positive. There are also instances, however, where people are Rh-Negative. Health problems may occur for the unborn child of a mother with Rh-Negative blood when the baby is Rh-Positive...
 
 
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