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  1. How to get to Australia … more than 50,000 years ago

    ... Ranges of South Australia by around 49,000 years ago . But how was it even possible for people to get to Australia in the first place? And how many people must have made it to Australia to explain the ... present is shown as a grey line. (Image: Robin Beaman) How difficult was it to get to Australia? Combining modelled ...

    ancient-origins - 25/05/2018 - 23:00

  2. Adapt, Diversify, Find a Niche: Survival Tactics of Homo Sapiens That Brought World Domination

    ... as Homo neanderthalensis and Homo erectus, and may explain how our species became the last surviving hominin on the ... of ecological thresholds" says Stewart. Work focusing on how the genetics of different hominins may have led to ... , 2018; DOI: 10.1038/s41562-018-0394-4 Adapt, Diversify, Find a Niche: Survival Tactics of Homo Sapiens That Brought ...

    ancient-origins - 01/08/2018 - 19:02

  3. Bombshell Study Calls Astronomical Theories of the Nebra Sky Disk “Obsolete”

    ... is clearly demarcated as a limited disturbed zone within a find context. c) Representation of the recent surface above the find. d) Projection of the sky disk into the deepest point of the find context without consideration of the supportive humus, ...

    Alicia McDermott - 04/09/2020 - 01:52

  4. Traces of Rainforest in Antarctica Point to a Warmer Prehistoric World

    ... Polar and Marine Research, said: "Before our study, the general assumption was that the global carbon dioxide ...

    ancient-origins - 02/04/2020 - 02:00

  5. Sun Tzu: Famous Chinese Strategist and Philosopher

    ... accepted that the author was the Chinese military general, strategist, and philosopher Sun Tzu.  “Be ... Obsession with Immortality Not a Shot in the Dark: How Crossbows Changed War in Ancient China Some sources give ... commanders to out maneuver their enemies and teaches them how to take the terrain into account should fighting occur. ...

    Alicia McDermott - 09/10/2018 - 18:52

  6. Cueva de los Tayos Expedition 2019: Finding Answers in Amazonia

    ... one will forget! Our expedition had two main goals – to find more cave entrances and to solve the mystery of the rock ... out trekking. This time we started the expedition in two general teams, which were further divided into pairs when we ... beach we could see what appeared to be the early stages of how the water trickled down to form similar patterns and ...

    ancient-origins - 08/01/2020 - 01:59

  7. Military Historian Discovers Hannibal’s Long-Lost Battlefield

    ... has to sometimes ask himself, what else is there to find? Whilst archaeological discoveries will, of course, turn ... site, and then to hand it over to the people who know best how to curate it. Luckily, people have been looking for this ... least six popular running theories as to what happened and how, and without a site to go by, these are simply ...

    ancient-origins - 21/10/2018 - 14:03

  8. Take an Eye-Opening Journey into the Past: Top 10 Historical TV Series

    ... success of the historical dramas that follow on this list. How Historically Accurate is it? Lucius Vorenus and Titus ... creators stated that “this series is much more about how the psychology of the characters affects history than ... Sultan Osman I. The focus is on Ertuğrul’s mission to find his tribe, the Kayi, a permanent homeland in the 13th ...

    Alicia McDermott - 19/10/2020 - 22:01

  9. Architecture of the Floating (Or Sinking) City: How Was Venice Built?

    ... by bridges and canals. If you’re wondering how it was possible to build the stunning architecture of ... power during the Middle Ages and Renaissance, is “how was Venice built?” The Republic of Venice, The Greatest ... of history. Low tide provides answers to questions about how Venice was built, exposing the Istrian limestone in its ...

    dhwty - 24/01/2023 - 00:56

  10. How the Ancients Accessed Genetic Memory and Savant-Like Abilities

    ... my dreams of truly mastering my times tables by noting how this skill may only become apparent “if the proper ... check that out for further information. Moreover, the general evidence for this re-shuffling of the historical deck ... how his team “obtained interesting results that can find important practical applications” and this was ...

    Freddie Levy - 01/05/2020 - 22:48

  11. Exploring Sex in Ancient Egypt

    ... doors. If we take a look back at our ancestors we often find that if anything they were much more open-minded than we ... 4.0 ) Depictions of Sex in Ancient Egypt When looking at how a civilization viewed sex , a good starting point is ... which acts were socially acceptable, or more about general attitudes towards sex . When it comes to Egyptian ...

    Robbie Mitchell - 22/07/2022 - 18:52

  12. Eye-Opening Information Revealed on Day One of Citizen’s Hearing

    ... undermined and delayed. There is one way to regain trust. Find and tell the truth.”  Hellyer called for appropriate ... was reported that President Truman asked his Air Advisor, General Landry, to report any UFO incidents that could be ...

    johnblack - 30/04/2013 - 20:57

  13. The Teeth Have It: Tracing the Denisovan Legacy Around the World

    ... American continent. It therefore comes as no surprise to find that dental studies show a fairly low frequency of 3RM1 ... display 3RM1. Another study of European Caucasians in general found 3RM1 in 3.2 percent of those examined, very ... known yet about Denisovan ancestry in Native Americans, so how this might relate to the presence of 3RM1 among the same ...

    Andrew Collins - 25/07/2019 - 22:56

  14. Columbus’s Identity Crisis and the Ongoing Spread of False Columbus News

    ... by this author is published in COLUMBUS-The Untold Story . How did such a mistake come to be? It was not just a simple ... (1478-1557) at the beginning of his second book Historia general de las Indias . Andrés Bernáldez (1450-1513), in ... carried out by the Senate of Genoa. The best they could find were two postulants, Bernardo of Cogoleto and Baltazar ...

    Manuel Rosa - 23/09/2021 - 14:37

  15. How to Read the Symbolism in Aboriginal Art

    ... Aboriginal art is full of symbolism and meaning. Here’s how to read the signs. For thousands of years, an art form ... art is centered on storytelling . That is why we find much of their art based on symbols and icons that ... and mythologies to be brought to the big screen for the general public to learn more about them. A movie, TV series, ...

    Liza Brooke - 30/09/2020 - 17:58

  16. Melancholia: How Ancient Societies Grappled to Understand and Treat Depression

    ... history of depression and its treatment across the ages? How The Ancients Understood Depression Today’s science and ... by this state and take their own lives. One must wonder, how did ancient societies understand this extreme state? The ... and ordinary people – often in their formative years – find themselves unable to reach these impossible standards. ...

    Aleksa Vučković - 18/09/2021 - 18:43

  17. Immense Tomb Provides a Fascinating Peek at the Life of High Steward of Ramesses II

    ... perspective – what life was like for an ancient Egyptian general who served in the military for Seti I and Ramesses ... Iwrkhy, join him in the celebration of his victories, and find out about foreign relations during his lifetime. The ... ( Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities ) Ahram Online reports how the location of the image was deduced, “The scene has ...

    Alicia McDermott - 09/05/2018 - 22:26

  18. How Sigiriya’s Ancient Connections Question Dogmatic World History

    ... of an Italian researcher named Amelia Sparavigna detailed how the Sigiriya complex has been deliberately calibrated to ... the Sigiriya Complex (as well as sites across Sri Lanka in general) to other ancient, misunderstood sites across the ... researcher when he states that “we should expect to find underwater ruins not only in South Indian waters, but ...

    Freddie Levy - 17/04/2020 - 14:05

  19. Charles Hapgood and the Maps of the Ancient Sea Kings

    ... such as those invented by Thomas Earnshaw were in general nautical use until the middle of the 19th century. ... in the second century BC. It also raises another question: How did it happen that a world map, apparently drawn ages ...

    Dr Pat Hanratty - 07/07/2020 - 23:06

  20. Vikings Used Sherwood Forest Long Before It Was Known as the Hideout of Robin Hood

    ... was the group, their drive and passion, who have helped to find and protect this site,” archaeologist Andy Gaunt of ... Services told Observer . Consequently Gaunt explains how these meetings worked, “It’s where they [Vikings] ... the Althingi (literally meaning the all thing, or general assembly), is over a thousand years old. As reported ...

    Theodoros Karasavvas - 11/06/2017 - 22:56

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