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Archaeologists discover bronze remains of Iron Age chariot (11/1/2014)

Archaeologists discover bronze remains of Iron Age chariotA team uncovers a matching set of decorated bronze parts from a 2nd or 3rd century BC Celtic chariot at Burrough Hill Iron Age hillfort. ...> Full Article


Stunning finds from ancient Greek shipwreck (10/15/2014)

Stunning finds from ancient Greek shipwreckA Greek and international team of divers and archaeologists has retrieved stunning new finds from an ancient Greek ship that sank more than 2,000 years ago off the remote island of Antikythera. The rescued antiquities include tableware, ship components, and a giant bronze spear that would have belonged to a life-sized warrior statue. ...> Full Article


Greek Bronze Age ended 100 years earlier than thought, new evidence suggests (10/14/2014)

Conventional estimates for the collapse of the Aegean civilization may be incorrect by up to a century, according to new radiocarbon analyses. ...> Full Article


How dinosaurs divided their meals at the Jurassic dinner table (10/13/2014)

How the largest animals to have ever walked the Earth fed, and how this allowed them to live alongside one another in prehistoric ecosystems is the subject of new research from the University of Bristol and the Natural History Museum, London. ...> Full Article


Ancient rhino-relatives were water-loving (10/12/2014)

Ancient rhino-relatives were water-lovingThe discovery of new bones from a large land mammal that lived about 48 million years ago has led scientists to identify a new branch of mammals closely related to modern horses, rhinos, and tapirs. ...> Full Article


UCLA Egyptologist gives new life to female pharaoh from 15th century BC (10/12/2014)

In a new mainstream biography, University of California Los Angeles Egyptologist Kara Cooney sets out to rehabilitate the image of female pharaoh Hatshepsut, who presided over Ancient Egypt's most peaceful and prosperous period in generations but whose successes were later erased or reassigned to male forbearers. To find a female ruler with as impressive a track record one has to look to third century BC China, Catherine the Great or Elizabeth I. ...> Full Article


Tracing our ancestors at the bottom of the sea (10/11/2014)

A new European Marine Board report recommends exploration of sea-submerged settlements abandoned by our ancestors. ...> Full Article


52-million-year-old amber preserves 'ant-loving' beetle (10/10/2014)

52-million-year-old amber preserves 'ant-loving' beetleScientists have uncovered the fossil of a 52-million-year old beetle that likely was able to live alongside ants --preying on their eggs and usurping resources -- within the comfort of their nest. The fossil, encased in a piece of amber from India, is the oldest-known example of this kind of social parasitism, known as 'myrmecophily.' The research also shows that the diversification of these stealth beetles, which infiltrate ant nests world-wide today, correlates with the ecological rise of modern ants. ...> Full Article


How dinosaur arms turned into bird wings (10/9/2014)

Although we now appreciate that birds evolved from a branch of the dinosaur family tree, a crucial adaptation for flight has continued to puzzle evolutionary biologists. During the millions of years that elapsed, wrists went from straight to bent and hyperflexible, allowing birds to fold their wings neatly against their bodies when not flying. A resolution to this impasse is now provided by an exciting new study publishing on Sept. 30 in PLOS Biology. ...> Full Article


Tooth serves as evidence of 220 million-year-old attack (10/8/2014)

Tooth serves as evidence of 220 million-year-old attackAt the beginning of the age of dinosaurs, gigantic reptiles -- distant relatives of modern crocodiles -- ruled the earth. Some lived on land and others in water and it was thought they didn't much interact. But a tooth found by a University of Tennessee, Knoxville, researcher in the thigh of one of these ancient animals is challenging this belief. ...> Full Article


Dinosaur family tree gives fresh insight into rapid rise of birds (10/7/2014)

The most comprehensive family tree of meat-eating dinosaurs ever created is enabling scientists to discover key details of how birds evolved from them. ...> Full Article


Fossil of multicellular life moves evolutionary needle back 60 million years (10/6/2014)

Fossil of multicellular life moves evolutionary needle back 60 million yearsVirginia Tech geobiologist Shuhai Xiao and collaborators from the Chinese Academy of Sciences shed new light on multicellular fossils from a time 60 million years before a vast growth spurt of life known as the Cambrian Explosion occurred on Earth. ...> Full Article


Stone Age site challenges old archaeological assumptions about human technology (10/5/2014)

Analysis of stone artifacts from the excavation of a 300,000 year old site in Armenia shows that new technologies evolved locally, rather than being imported from outside, as previously thought. ...> Full Article


Innovative Stone Age tools were not African invention, say researchers (10/4/2014)

Innovative Stone Age tools were not African invention, say researchersA new discovery of thousands of Stone Age tools has provided a major insight into human innovation 325,000 years ago and how early technological developments spread across the world, according to research published in the journal Science. ...> Full Article


New dinosaur from New Mexico has relatives in Alberta (10/3/2014)

New dinosaur from New Mexico has relatives in AlbertaUniversity of Alberta scientists help create new family tree for armoured dinosaur with northern cousins. ...> Full Article

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Archaeologists discover bronze remains of Iron Age chariotArchaeologists discover bronze remains of Iron Age chariot

Stunning finds from ancient Greek shipwreckStunning finds from ancient Greek shipwreck

Greek Bronze Age ended 100 years earlier than thought, new evidence suggests

How dinosaurs divided their meals at the Jurassic dinner table

Ancient rhino-relatives were water-lovingAncient rhino-relatives were water-loving

UCLA Egyptologist gives new life to female pharaoh from 15th century BC

Tracing our ancestors at the bottom of the sea

52-million-year-old amber preserves 'ant-loving' beetle52-million-year-old amber preserves 'ant-loving' beetle

How dinosaur arms turned into bird wings

Tooth serves as evidence of 220 million-year-old attackTooth serves as evidence of 220 million-year-old attack

Dinosaur family tree gives fresh insight into rapid rise of birds

Fossil of multicellular life moves evolutionary needle back 60 million yearsFossil of multicellular life moves evolutionary needle back 60 million years

Stone Age site challenges old archaeological assumptions about human technology

Innovative Stone Age tools were not African invention, say researchersInnovative Stone Age tools were not African invention, say researchers

New dinosaur from New Mexico has relatives in AlbertaNew dinosaur from New Mexico has relatives in Alberta



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