Stephen Schoffstall

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Tutankhamun, Nefertiti and all that jazz: What have we learned?

Striding statue of Nefertiti in older age, from Amarna. Now in the Neues Museum, Berlin (AM 21263).<p>It’s been almost a year since the media first …

Archaeologists dig in to explore Tamworth’s history

Archaeologists excavating the car park next to Tamworth Assembly Rooms have made an interesting discovery during their search for clues about the …

Rape, abduction, murder: The fate of an Indian family who dared to challenge human trafficking

I don’t know the whole story. All I know is that I’m going to meet a woman named Mukta* whose husband was killed saving girls from sex trafficking. …

Devil’s Head: Egypt’s unexplored natural beauty

Cairo - Devil’s Head can be totally cut off of all modern-day features: Paved roads, skyscrapers and modern cars are nowhere to be found.<p>Nonetheless, …

New evidence suggests ancient jewelry at Grotte du Renne cave made by Neanderthals

(Phys.org)—A team with members from across Europe has found evidence that suggests bone fragments found with ancient jewelry in the Grotte du Renne …

Humanity

Exceptionally well-preserved fossil of complete mammoth skull raises questions - Scienmag: Latest Science and Health News

This week a team of scientists unearthed an exceptionally well preserved fossil of a complete mammoth skull from an eroding stream bank on Santa Rosa …

Grave of Disabled Young Woman Reveals Touching Tale of Care in Prehistoric Arizona

Human remains found buried in downtown Tempe, Arizona, are revealing a touching story about one young woman’s painful life and the community that …

Archaeology

Pagan god 'caught' in river by fisherman confirmed as being up to 4,200 years old and 'unique'

Likely from the Okunev culture, might this mysterious ancient figurine with the angry face be a children's 'rattle', to ward off evil spirits?

Archaeology