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Archaeology News - Expansion of Languages across Australia

23 February 2022

Bouckaert , Bowern & Atkinson have recently produced a fascinating paper, unravelling the mystery of how "Pama–Nyungan, the world’s largest hunter-gatherer language family, came to dominate the Australian continent", the paper examines a number of expansion hypotheses and uses the Bayesian phylogeographic method to model the expansion of the Pama language family across Australia.   Their works further enforces the ideas...

Bouckaert , Bowern & Atkinson have recently produced a fascinating paper, unravelling the mystery of how "Pama–Nyungan, the world’s largest hunter-gatherer language family, came to dominate the Australian continent", the paper examines a number of expansion hypotheses and uses the Bayesian phylogeographic method to model the expansion of the...

Bouckaert , Bowern & Atkinson have recently produced a fascinating paper, unravelling the mystery of how "Pama–Nyungan, the world’s largest hunter-gatherer language family, came to...

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Archaeology News - Early Modern Human Works in France

10 February 2022

  Some exciting new works have been published regarding the study of Anatomically Modern Humans in Europe.    The works conducted by Kedar, Kedar & Barkai in Lazaret Cave, France and published in January 2022, offers a new understanding of early Hominin life ways by examining the placement of harths within the cave. The use of smoke simulators...

  Some exciting new works have been published regarding the study of Anatomically Modern Humans in Europe.    The works conducted by Kedar, Kedar & Barkai in Lazaret Cave, France and published in January 2022, offers a new understanding of early Hominin life ways by examining...

  Some exciting new works have been published regarding the study of Anatomically Modern Humans in Europe.    The works conducted by Kedar, Kedar...

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Archaeology News - Finding Endeavor

9 February 2022

An intense debate has erupted over the potential identification of the 18th century vessel 'Endeavor'.  Maritime Archaeologists have recovered fragments supposedly belonging to the famous vessel from Newport Harbor, and both Australian and American Archaeologists have been searching for the ships remains for over 20 years. The Endeavor, originally the merchant collier Earl of Pembroke, was a British Royal...

An intense debate has erupted over the potential identification of the 18th century vessel 'Endeavor'.  Maritime Archaeologists have recovered fragments supposedly belonging to the famous vessel from Newport Harbor, and both Australian and American Archaeologists have been searching for the ships remains for over 20...

An intense debate has erupted over the potential identification of the 18th century vessel 'Endeavor'.  Maritime Archaeologists have recovered fragments supposedly belonging to...

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Archaeology News - Carlisle Castle

1 February 2022

A fascinating heritage management project is currently underway in the United Kingdom with the conduction of restorative works at Carlisle Castle in the British Isles.  The Project, led by conservator Alex Carrington, aims to restore a number of engravings, dating back to the 15th century, carved into the stone walls of the castle and have been impacted...

A fascinating heritage management project is currently underway in the United Kingdom with the conduction of restorative works at Carlisle Castle in the British Isles.  The Project, led by conservator Alex Carrington, aims to restore a number of engravings, dating back to the 15th century, carved...

A fascinating heritage management project is currently underway in the United Kingdom with the conduction of restorative works at Carlisle Castle in...

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