7,000-year-old animal and human remains found in Saudi Arabian stone structures

The discoveries suggest that people gathered at stone structures to perform rituals, depositing animal horns and skulls, in Saudi Arabia about 7,000 years ago. 

Has Mexico solved the mystery of the Mayan Acropolis of Ek' Balam?

A painting on a stone cover found at the Ek' Balam archaeological site in Mexico may give insight into the ancient Mayans.

AAA's boycott of Israel is discriminatory, academic association charges

“The decision constitutes an infringement of the freedom of students and scholars to interact, study, and conduct research about Israel,” the statement argues.

American Anthropological Association boycott of Israel will be to its detriment - opinion

The resolution will certainly act as a blacklist and litmus test for Israeli and Jewish anthropologists in the context of university departments, and in classrooms.


Can the British woman who found Richard III's remains find another king?

British historian Philippa Langley led the discovery of Richard III's resting place and now she thinks she knows where Henry I is buried.


What advantages did curly hair give to our early human ancestors?

Life before air conditioning: Curly hair kept early humans cool and protected early humans from the sun’s radiative heat.

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