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Unraveling the Mystery of Ancient Migrations

Scientists have found that Native American populations, from Canada to the southern tip of Chile, arose from at least three migrations, with the …

Dangerous Perfection: Ancient Funerary Vases from Southern Italy

<b>Edited by Ursula Kästner and David Saunders</b><p>In 2008, the Berlin Antikensammlung initiated a project with the J. Paul Getty Museum to conserve a group …

Archaeology

Decoding antiquity: Eight scripts that still can’t be read

WRITING is one of the greatest inventions in human history. Perhaps the greatest, since it made history possible. Without writing, there could be no …

Water tunnels beneath Mexican tomb carried ancient Mayan ruler away to the underworld

The stone slab that topped Pakal's 20-ton sarcophagus was covered with carvings appearing to depict the ruler's resurrection in the afterlife. It has …

New Mexico

Bioarchaeologist studies dental remains to explore the ancient people and culture of Oaxaca's Lower Río Verde Valley

Papyrus molders, stone etchings erode, memories wither and histories are rewritten. Teeth remain. Several thousand years from now, our teeth may …

Archaeology

Brazilian Sculptor Gustavo Prado Explains How He Restaged an Ancient Myth in a Tree

<i>In this special feature for Artspace, the Brazilian-born, Brooklyn-based sculptor Gustavo Prado gives us a step-by-step inside account of how his</i> …

Ancient animal statues show up in Beijing

Gold cup with the pattern of a parrot from the Song Dynasty (960-1279) on display at the exhibition. [Photo/China.com]An exhibition featuring …

UN bungles response to Africa's yellow fever outbreak

KINSHASA, Congo (AP) — The World Health Organization and its partners shipped more than 6 million yellow fever vaccines to Angola in February to quash an emerging epidemic, yet when they asked country officials the following month what happened to the vaccines, they discovered that about 1 million …

Disease