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  1. Nsongezi Rock Shelter Offers Proof of Stone Age Craftsmen

    ... Nsongezi Rock Shelter is the only site known in the whole of Uganda to have extensive Late Stone Age (around 900 AD in the region) with ... believed. The excavation of the Nsongezi Rock shelter in Uganda has changed the view of the late Stone Age in particular. Examples of ...

    Ed Whelan - 21/03/2019 - 01:05

  2. Biggest Known Genetic Difference Between Humans and Neanderthals May Be Related to Autism

    ... feeding on Ficus sur fruits in Kibale National Park, Uganda. ( Alain Houle/CC BY 4.0 ) Another recent study suggests ...

    Alicia McDermott - 07/08/2016 - 14:50

  3. David Hatcher Childress

    ... journeying into dangerous territory along the way (like Uganda during the overthrow of Idi Amin). David is known for visiting remote ...

    ancient-origins - 05/02/2013 - 01:13

  4. The Mythical Land of Punt – Will ‘God’s Land’ Ever Be Found?

    ... modern animals living in Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia, Yemen, Uganda and Mozambique the researchers concluded that most similarity can be ...

    aprilholloway - 06/09/2013 - 01:24

  5. Will We Ever Discover the Elusive Land of Punt?

    ... modern animals living in Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia, Yemen, Uganda, and Mozambique. The researchers decided it is most likely the animals ...

    aprilholloway - 28/06/2018 - 11:15

  6. When Sailors from Ancient Egypt Discovered the World is Not Flat, No One Listened

    The first ship to sail around Africa left from Egypt sometime around 600 BC. Their only goal was to find another way to the straits of Gibraltar. But by watching the sky overhead, they discovered something they’d never expected: the first hints that the world is not flat, but round.

    When they reached the southern tip of Africa and started sailing west, the sailors reported back to their homes that they noticed that the sun’s position had changed in the sky. Now it rose and fell in the north instead of the south.

    Mark Oliver - 21/09/2018 - 18:53