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Archaeologists have helped solve many baffling mysteries. This episode investigates three such mysteries: The Plain of Jars in Laos - who put the jars there, and why? Is there knowledge hidden in the stones of ancient architecture to tell us how the great buildings of classical times were constructed? And who really discovered America? Do stones found off the coast of California suggest that the Chinese got here first?

2 weeks, 4 days ago

Many of the truths behind the existence of the Aztecs have been obscured by centuries of myth making and bald-faced fantasy. However, an accurate portrait of their culture may be drawn through careful examination of the Aztec codices, an ancient series of books which have undergone considerable study and interpretation.

3 weeks, 1 day ago

Alfred Rust was a humble electrician in 1920s Germany when he first discovered ice-age tools in a swamp near Hamburg. At that time no one believed that ice-age man could have survived this far north.

3 weeks, 1 day ago

Dominating a territory spanning from northern Africa to central Asia, Persia once reigned as the world's first universal empire. Its archaeological treasures are rich and continue to expose secrets of a history obscured since the overtaking of Persia by Alexander the Great in 330 BC.

3 weeks, 1 day ago

Italy: Archaeologists discover ancient Roman processional chariot near Pompeii

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The archaeological park of Pompeii presented a large ancient-Roman four-wheeled processional chariot discovered on the famous Italian cultural site, as seen from the park's footage on Saturday.

The carriage made of iron, bronze and tin was found in a well-preserved state a few metres north of the walls of ancient Pompeii.

"Pompeii continues to surprise people with discoveries and it will remain this way for some years still as there are 20 hectares that still need to be excavated. Most of all, it demonstrates that this place can still be enhanced and can attract tourists from all over the world," stated Italian Minister of Culture Dario Franceschini.

The ancient city of Pompeii was engulfed by a massive volcanic eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. The area is today a vast archaeological site classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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SOT, Dario Franceschini, Italian Minister of Culture (Italian): "Pompeii continues to surprise people with discoveries and it will remain this way for some years still as there are 20 hectares that still need to be excavated. Most of all, it demonstrates that this place can still be enhanced and can attract tourists from all over the world. While, at the same time, research and studies can take place. And, a young director like [Archaeologist Gabriel] Zuchtriegel can make the most out of this opportunity."

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2 months, 1 week ago

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2 months, 1 week ago

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2 months, 1 week ago

This bar chart race shows known accidental shipwrecks by country and organization from 1700 to 2021.

The countries shown are not the same as phsyical locations of the wrecks, but by their respective ensigns at the time. Some periods er shown as decades.

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2 months, 2 weeks ago

Explores the changes in ship design from hull first to frame first construction. Three ships rebuilt in model form, from underwater archaeological digs off Turkey and Cyprus, are used to illustrate changes from roughly 600BC to 1000AD. Although the cargos and dig procedures are also covered, these are background to the main subject.

3 months ago

An attempt to reconstruct the history of the Mayan Civilization on the Yucatan Peninsula, utilizing a combination of artifacts; a study of present Mayans, many of whom continue to live, in certain respects, as their ancestors did; and Mayan ruins, some of which are still hidden in the jungles. Captures the re-discovery of a Mayan temple in southeastern Yucatan, Mexico, which had been “lost” for 60 years. Mystery of the Maya, narrated by Ricardo Montalban, was first broadcast in April 1974 on PBS.

3 months ago

A lost city, in an ancient forest. This archaeological find will baffle historians for generations.

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5 months ago

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5 months, 3 weeks ago

The greatest Nazi archaeological find in modern history !

7 months, 1 week ago

In this landmark two-hour special, NOVA takes viewers on a scientific journey that began 3,000 years ago and continues today. The film presents the latest archeological scholarship from the Holy Land to explore the beginnings of modern religion and the origins of the Hebrew Bible, also known as the Old Testament. This archeological detective story tackles some of the biggest questions in biblical studies: Where did the ancient Israelites come from? Who wrote the Bible, when, and why? How did the worship of one God—the foundation of modern Judaism, Christianity, and Islam—emerge?

7 months, 3 weeks ago

Cornmarket Street is one of the main retail and commercial thoroughfares in Oxford and has been for many centuries, but a few years ago a mysterious discovery was made here. (NB: I was filming in the middle of a busy street, a location that always causes problems, so please excuse the unexpected additional members of the cast!)

8 months, 1 week ago

What is Armchair archaeology? The Armchair Archaeologist is a channel that aims to inspire people to study more about our shared world history. As an archaeologist who is passionate about human history and the material culture that survives from that past, I hope to inspire others to learn more about the world and how we got to where we are today.

On this channel I mainly discuss ancient history, classical archaeology, Greece and Rome, Roman Britain and also the rather complex subject of archaeological theory.

This is a welcome video to introduce the channel, to explain what it is all about and what I will be uploading on a regular basis on the subject of archaeology.

9 months, 1 week ago

In this video I set the scene for the series of case studies that are to follow. I discuss the current problems facing the world in 2020, the spread of a virus that has brought all modern life to a standstill. In this series I hope to show that this is not the first nor will it be the last time that humanity has faced such a situation. The case studies presented here will focus on the archaeology of past pandemics and epidemics. Understanding how such situations were handled in the past can give us hope for how we can deal with current problems and try and return to normality.

9 months, 1 week ago

Looking at petrified hearts, which can be found along any coastline and in any dry river bed ❤
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There is evidence all around the world, of a worldwide flood and cataclysms causing pyroclastic clouds and lahars. Shaping the landscape and leaving petrified organs, titans, misas and petrified upright tree trunks. Suggesting that premineralization can happen much quicker than we are told. Just look at Pompeii and research Girolamo Segato & Stellium7 🤔
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10 months, 2 weeks ago

Tragedies aren't funny. Reporters saying dumb shit definitely is.

1 year ago

Date Recorded: 4/03/2020

How could a lighthouse be built in a swamp?: It didn't used to be a swamp.

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1 year ago

"Far from being a pristine wilderness, some regions of the Amazon have been profoundly altered by humans dating back 10,000 years, say researchers... An international team found that during this period, crops were being cultivated in a remote location in what is now northern Bolivia...The scientists believe that the humans who lived here were planting squash, cassava and maize...The inhabitants also created thousands of artificial islands in the forest..."
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1 year ago

"The earliest known skull of Homo erectus has been unearthed by an Australian-led team of researchers who have dated the fossil at two million years old, showing the first of our ancestors existed up to 200,000 years earlier than previously thought."
-More at article: https://www.theguardian.com/science/2020/apr/03/earliest-known-skull-of-homo-erectus-unearthed-by-australian-led-team

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1 year, 1 month ago

"...studies have focused on determining when the first modern human arrived in China, but there has been hardly any research into the dynamics of this settlement... A joint paper by institutions from China, Spain and the United Kingdom proposes that, given its size and biogeographical diversity, China would have received migrations by Homo sapiens from both north and south, with hardly any overlap between them..."
--More at Phys.org Article: https://phys.org/news/2020-03-complexity-settlement-asia-homo-sapiens.html

and Quaternary International Article: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S1040618220300999?via%3Dihub

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1 year, 1 month ago

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Topics discussed: New Segment (quote of the week), Cosmic Tusk and Chandra Wickramasinghe Interview, Pedra Furada and other Pre-Clovis Sites in South America, Santorini, Viruses and Bactera and More

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1 year, 1 month ago

"Found among the cereals and grains and splashed on early building material and animal bones was meltglass, some features of which suggest it was formed at extremely high temperatures -- far higher than what humans could achieve at the time -- or that could be attributed to fire, lighting or volcanism.....Abu Hureyra is the first site to document the direct effects of a fragmented comet on a human settlement. These fragments are all part of the same comet that likely slammed into Earth and exploded in the atmosphere at the end of the Pleistocene epoch..."

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Nature Article: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-020-60867-w
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1 year, 1 month ago

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Perfectly preserved 3000-year-old mummies have been unearthed in a remote Chinese desert. They have long, blonde hair and blue eyes, and don't appear to be the ancestors of the modern-day Chinese people. Who are these people and how did they end up in China's Takla Makan desert? NOVA takes a glimpse through a crack in the door of history, to a past that has never before been seen outside of China.

1 year, 1 month ago

"Takarkori shelter, a cave in the Sahara, was inhabited by ancient people who ate fish from long-gone lakes...the Sahara desert was once home to several species of fish, including tilapia and catfish, which were hunted by animals and humans alike. The fossil record shows that the fish populations dwindled as a changing climate dried up the lakes and swamps they inhabited..."
The Jindo discusses the Sahara desert when it was rich and fertile, the possiblity of domestication of many animals back into the Pleistocene, the shifting climate and fossil record indicators, and some human migration on horseback.

Read More (NewScientist Article): https://www.newscientist.com/article/2234637-ancient-humans-in-the-sahara-ate-fish-before-the-lakes-dried-up/

Research Article: https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0228588

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1 year, 2 months ago

"Long ago, four giant beings arrived in southeast Australia. Three strode out to other parts of the continent, but one crouched in place. His body transformed into a volcano called Budj Bim, and his teeth became the lava the volcano spat out."
The Jindo takes a look at the unbroken oral origin story told by the Gundjitmara people of Southwest Victoria, Australia and compares its details with the dating of a massive volcanic complex in the region and the dates associated with its eruptions. Also explored is the value of cultural and oral traditions to scientists and how under-utilized this "tapping into" aboriginal knowledge is toward getting closer to the truth of human movements and origins in the region.

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1 year, 2 months ago

"So much research on how Neanderthals treated their dead has to involve returning to finds from 60 or even a hundred years ago, when archaeological techniques were more limited, and that only ever gets you so far," said Dr Pomeroy.
"To have primary evidence of such quality from this famous Neanderthal site will allow us to use modern technologies to explore everything from ancient DNA to long-held questions about Neanderthal ways of death, and whether they were similar to our own."

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1 year, 2 months ago

"...hundreds of thousands of years ago, the ancestors of Neanderthals and Denisovans interbred with their own Eurasian predecessors—members of a “superarchaic” population that separated from other humans about 2 million years ago...These two interbreeding populations were more distantly related than any other ever recorded."

Research Article: https://advances.sciencemag.org/content/6/8/eaay5483

Phys.org Article: https://phys.org/news/2020-02-earliest-interbreeding-event-ancient-human.html

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1 year, 2 months ago

Has the real Mount Sinai been found in Saudi Arabia?

1 year, 2 months ago

Did Ron Wyatt find the Ark of the Covenant in the Garden Tomb in Jerusalem in 1982?

1 year, 2 months ago

" 'The placenta is essentially a fascinating organ because it allows for two human beings that are genetically very different ...When evolutionary biologists mapped the genomes of these cells, they found that the protein that allowed these cells to fuse into a wall, called syncytin, didn’t look like it came from human DNA. It looked more like HIV...this protein actually came from an ancient retrovirus, the most famous of which is HIV."

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1 year, 2 months ago

"A vanished landscape: Over the millennia, Doggerland has been an icy wasteland, verdant valleys and forests, and now the bottom of the cold North Sea. Various kinds of humans have adapted to all these changes, with Homo antecessor, Neanderthals, and H. sapiens likely making use of the land’s bounty at different times." The Jindo takes a look at what beachcombers and scientists have found after scouring the freshly-dredged sea floor of the North Sea. Discussed are the implications of these findings and the details of human occupation of the area over the last 800,000 years.

Article: https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2020/01/relics-washed-beaches-reveal-lost-world-beneath-north-sea

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1 year, 2 months ago

"Primatologists re-examined wall-paintings of monkeys in a Minoan building buried in volcanic ash around 1600 B.C. at the site of Akrotiri, which is located on the Greek island of Thera in the Aegean Sea...the Minoans are known to have had contact with Egyptians, but did they also cross paths with members of the Indus Valley Civilization?"

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1 year, 2 months ago

7th part to Tomb Raider 1996 full gameplay. Recorded February 8, 2020.

1 year, 3 months ago

At a time in Europe when archaic humans were thought to have lived in sparse numbers across the landscape, these ancient footprints are pointing to a much more complex human story during this period of volcanic activity over 350,000 years ago. From leaving over 67 confirmed indentations on freshly-erupted lava on the landscape to finding paw prints of large dogs or wolves, it is strongly implied that these humans were much more organized and sophisticated than originally thought.

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1 year, 3 months ago

Part 3 of lets play series of 1996 video game, Tomb Raider, the very first Lara Croft game. Recorded February 6, 2020

1 year, 3 months ago

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1 year, 3 months ago

"Ancient Rapanui carvers worked at the behest of the elite ruling class to carve nearly 1,000 Moai because they, and the community at large, believed the statues capable of producing agricultural fertility and thereby critical food supplies, according to a new study from Jo Anne Van Tilburg, director of the Easter Island Statue Project, recently published in Journal of Archaeological Science.

Van Tilburg and her team, working with geoarchaeologist and soils specialist Sarah Sherwood, believe they have found scientific evidence of that long-hypothesized meaning thanks to careful study of two particular Moai excavated over five years in the Rano Raraku quarry on the eastern side of the Polynesian island."

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1 year, 3 months ago

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Review the discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb by Howard Carter in 1922 with archival photographs and reviews the highlights of the treasure trove with anecdotal stories and conjecture about the Boy King's life and death. Narrated by Orson Welles.

1 year, 3 months ago

"This is the face of a woman who lived 6,000 years ago in Scandinavia.
Thanks to the tooth marks she left in ancient "chewing gum", scientists were able to obtain DNA, which they used to decipher her genetic code.
This is the first time an entire ancient human genome has been extracted from anything other than human bone, said the researchers."

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1 year, 3 months ago

"...the Ngandong Homo erectus fossils are the most recent known specimens, dating from between 117,000 and 108,000 years ago... This discovery will help us understand where they sit in the evolutionary tree, who they interacted with and why they became extinct."

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1 year, 4 months ago

From LiveScience's Owen Jarus:
"A Bronze Age "megalopolis" in Israel, a "cachette of the priests" near Luxor, Egypt, and a massive ancient wall in western Iran are just a few of the many incredible archaeological stories that came to light in 2019. Here, Live Science takes a look at 10 of the biggest archaeology discoveries that emerged this year."

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1 year, 4 months ago

"Scientists say they have found the oldest known figurative painting, in a cave in Indonesia. And the stunning scene of a hunting party, painted some 44,000 years ago, is helping to rewrite the history of the origins of art...Until recently, the long-held story was that humans started painting in caves in Europe."

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1 year, 4 months ago

"Lurking within our genome are traces of genetic material from a variety of ancient humans that no longer exist. These traces reveal a long history of intermingling, as our direct ancestors encountered—and mated with—archaic humans. As we use increasingly complex technologies to study these genetic connections, we are learning not only about these extinct humans but also about the larger picture of how we evolved as a species."

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1 year, 4 months ago

"...the Cryogenian, which lasted from about 720 million to 635 million years ago... when Earth experienced the most extreme ice age in its history, including a global freeze known as "Snowball Earth."
Somehow, though, it was also when the first signs of complex animals appeared in the fossil record, left by creatures who set the stage for a golden age of animal life that continues today. In a new study, researchers examined the chemistry of Cryogenian rocks to learn more about this unfamiliar world — including why it was able to not only support animal life, but also seemingly launch it to new heights."

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1 year, 4 months ago

"Thanks to well-dated archaeological sites, DNA analysis and geological work, [we] understand when ice and sea levels permitted entry to the Americas. Itʼs clear that people occupied the continents by about 15,000 years ago, probably taking a route along the Pacific coast. And one site, perhaps more than any other, helped scholars reach this conclusion: Chileʼs Monte Verde."

Article: https://www.discovermagazine.com/planet-earth/monte-verde-our-earliest-evidence-of-humans-living-in-south-america

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1 year, 4 months ago

Article: https://www.msn.com/en-xl/europe/europe-top-stories/supernatural-bronze-age-find-could-shed-light-on-one-of-londons-greatest-prehistoric-mysteries/ar-AAJoJt5

"Itʼs known that Bronze Age and Iron Age Britons deposited thousands of prehistoric objects in the river as gifts to its deity or spirits...archaeologists investigating a
site in east London have discovered what may be a 9th-century BC Bronze Age temple or ceremonial centre established specifically to honour or venerate the
Thames as the physical incarnation of
such divinity."

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1 year, 4 months ago

Article: https://www.thevintagenews.com/2018/01/20/aboriginal-australian-archaeology/

The Jindo takes a look at the arguments for the Out of Australia model presented by Bruce Fenton, and discusses some of the key details and evidence in support of changing the consensus on the matter of human origins within the scientific community. Also discussed is whether the Out of Africa theory is outdated and in need of re-examination and the plausibility of ancient Australians peopling both Eurasia and South America.

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1 year, 5 months ago

From the article: "Belinski and Anton Gass (Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation, Berlin) realized that they had found something far beyond a simple burial mound. In fact, some scholars think the site may have been the location of an intense ritual and subsequent burial rite performed by some of the ancient worldʼs most fearsome warriors."

The Jindo takes a look at the historical context of the newly-discovered, untouched for over two thousand years, gold vessels and artifacts found in an ornate and sacred kurgan high in the Caucasus region of southern Russia. Also discussed is the continued corroboration of Herodotus's accounts of the Scythians, as well as the Greek and Scythian cultural relationship.

Article: https://www.archaeology.org/issues/220-1607/features/4560-rites-of-the-scythians

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1 year, 5 months ago

From the Article https://www.livescience.com/otzi-iceman-mummy-last-journey-found.html :

"When Ötzi the Iceman died 5,300 years ago, he went to his final resting place
alongside at least 75 species of mosses
and liverworts. Now, new research finds
that this seemingly unassuming flora
reveals the details of Ötzi's last journey."

The Jindo takes a look at the historical, geographical, genetic and ecological context of the mystery surrounding Otzi the iceman's demise in the Alps. Also discussed: Neolithic, Chalcolithic, and Bronze Ages and their relevance to Otzi.

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1 year, 5 months ago

From Nature.com: "The discovery of a creature that lived in the trees but stood on its hind legs suggests bipedalism emerged millions of years earlier than previously thought."

The Jindo takes a look at the earliest evidence and suggestions in the fossil record that indicate the existence of bipedal creatures, and talks about the likelihood that bipedalism (or a hominin that dwelled in trees and walked on the ground with two feet) existed before humanoids branched off from monkeys and gorillas on the evolutionary tree.

Article: https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-03418-2?sf223147303=1

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1 year, 5 months ago

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1 year, 5 months ago

"Alfredo Coppa of the Sapienza University of Rome, Ron Pinhasi of the University of Vienna, and Jonathan Pritchard of Stanford University have found traces of Romeʼs immigration history in the genomes of 127 people who were buried at 29 different archaeological sites in and around the city over a period of about 12,000 years"

The Jindo takes a look at the brief genetic history of the people surrounding the area of the ancient city of Rome, discusses Plato's account of Atlantis, and mentions the so-called "hunter-gatherers" of Pre and Post ice-age Europe.

Article: https://www.archaeology.org/news/8172...

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1 year, 5 months ago

"Prior research has shown that modern humans have Neanderthal and Denisovan DNA in their genes—the results of past interbreeding...some modern humans have more such DNA than others—Melanesian people, for example, have the highest concentration of both Neanderthal and Denisovan DNA in their genes."

The Jindo takes a look at the extensive genetic study conducted on Melanesians and how Denisovan and Neanderthal DNA may have contributed to their survival in the area for thousands of years. Also discussed are the Tibetans, their altitude gene, and how their inheritance of Denisovan DNA relates to the Melanesians'.

Article: https://phys.org/news/2019-10-neander...

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1 year, 5 months ago

From Cambridge.org: "...the focus of Britain's first mining boom, c. 1600–1400 BC, probably involving a full-time mining community and the wide distribution of metalwork from Brittany to Sweden... suggests greater integration than previously suspected of Great Orme metal into the European Bronze Age trade/exchange networks, as well as more complex local and regional socioeconomic interactions."

The Jindo takes a look at Bronze Age Europe, discusses the historical ambiguity of the Celtic people and their cultural relations to the Scythians, and briefly mentions the Roman and Greek accounts of these people and puts it into context.

Article 1: https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/antiquity/article/boom-and-bust-in-bronze-age-britain-major-copper-production-from-the-great-orme-mine-and-european-trade-c-16001400-bc/356E30145B1F6597D8AAA0DDBE69BD51

Article 2: https://www.archaeology.org/issues/188-1509/trenches/3578-trenches-bronze-age-ireland-gold

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1 year, 5 months ago

From the Article: "After running 10,000 simulations, we were surprised to discover that in less than 350 generations (~10,000 years), the process was complete...Yet, our simulation still shows, 300,000 years is far more than enough time for a new human species to arise."

Article: https://theconversation.com/fast-evolution-explains-the-tiny-stature-of-extinct-hobbit-from-flores-island-124747

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1 year, 6 months ago

"The latest evidence from southern Siberia shows that large cave-dwelling carnivores once dominated the landscape, competing for more than 300,000 years with ancient tribes for prime space in cave shelters."
The Jindo takes a look at the recent discoveries at Denisova cave, how researchers conducted their analysis, and the various theories about the sporadic human occupation of the cave throughout the past 300,000 years.

Article: https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2019-09/fu-dtd092019.php

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1 year, 6 months ago

"A cutting-edge archaeological project using innovative technology has revealed around 1,000 previously unknown archaeological sites on the Isle of Arran."

Article: https://www.scotsman.com/heritage/1-000-lost-ancient-sites-found-on-scottish-island-1-5020356

The Jindo takes a look at the details of the discovery, including the brief linguistic history of the region, the previous assumptions made about the population, and the laser imaging tech used in this case and other cases.

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1 year, 6 months ago

From Haaretz: "Discoveries of stone tools on the Greek island newly proven to go back at least 200,000 years demonstrate that somehow, both Neanderthals and early humans reached this island – and apparently an earlier form of hominin, too."

Article: https://www.haaretz.com/archaeology/.premium-early-humans-reached-island-200-000-years-ago-changing-theory-of-spread-from-africa-1.7994456

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1 year, 6 months ago

From PNAS Journal (https://www.pnas.org/content/early/2019/10/01/1909284116): Present-day African ecosystems serve as referential models for conceptualizing the environmental context of early hominin evolution, but the degree to which modern ecosystems are representative of those in the past is unclear. A growing body of evidence from eastern Africa’s fossil record documents communities of large-bodied mammalian herbivores with ecological structures differing dramatically from those of the present day, implying that modern communities may not be suitable analogs for the ancient ecosystems of hominin evolution.

Article: https://phys.org/news/2019-10-early-humans-evolved-ecosystems-today.html

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1 year, 6 months ago

From Science Daily: Researchers analyzed fish bones excavated from the Early Neolithic Jiahu site in Henan Province, China. By comparing the body-length distributions and species-composition ratios of the bones with findings from East Asian sites with present aquaculture, the researchers provide evidence of managed carp aquaculture at Jiahu dating back to 6200-5700 BC.

Article: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/09/190916114026.htm

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1 year, 6 months ago

From the article: "170 cairns totaling nearly 17,700 cubic feet—500 cubic meters—of stones were intricately placed by humans more than 5,500 years ago."
The Jindo takes a look at the glacial lake Constance, its earliest traces of human settlement, and the research/analysis done on the arrangement of the stones the sediment layers associated with the site.

Article: https://curiosmos.com/underwater-stonehenge-that-predates-the-pyramids-confirmed-in-switzerland/

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1 year, 7 months ago

Microlithic tools discovered in a southwestern Sri Lankan archaeological site have been radiocarbondated to 48,000 years ago - thus pushing back the earliest dates of human occupation of the area 15,000 years. The Jindo takes a look at the historical, archaeological, and genetic context of the site as well as the island's connection to other parts of South Asia, Southeast Asia, and Melanesia.

Article: https://cosmosmagazine.com/archaeology/have-microlith-will-travel

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1 year, 7 months ago

South African researchers have found evidence supporting the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis - that Earth was struck by a meteorite or asteroid 12,800 years ago. The Jindo discusses the global consequences of this event including sudden shifts in climate, the extinction of many species of megafauna across multiple continents, and the platinum spikes found in both hemispheres that all point to the same catastrophic event at the end of the last ice age.

Article: https://phys.org/news/2019-10-hypothesis-asteroid-contributed-mass-extinction.html

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1 year, 7 months ago