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The complex genetic prehistory of America

The complex genetic prehistory of America

As part of a comprehensive international study, DNA from a number of famous and controversial ancient remains from North and South America has been genetically analyzed, including a 10,600-year-old ancient skeleton of the so-called 'Spirit Cave Mummy', the oldest human mummy found in North America, the remains of Lagoa Santa (Brazil), an Inca mummy and the oldest remains in Chilean Patagonia.

Two archaeological pieces reveal human variety thousands of years ago

Two archaeological pieces reveal human variety thousands of years ago

Some time ago, in the northern part of Laos, a jaw and an ancient human skull have been found, two archaeological pieces that have provided great information, which adds to the evidence previously found that the first humans were physically very modern. The skull was found in 2009 in a cave called Tam Pa Ling by locals in the Annamite Mountains, now part of Laos.

The Viking Age began in Denmark

The Viking Age began in Denmark

Until now, the history of the Vikings begins in 793 AD. after the Norwegian Vikings landed in England in what was considered the first official incursion of this society, setting a precedent for many of the stories that circulate about them, but now everything points to the age of the Vikings, especially the related one with the sea, it started in Denmark.

A database of Egyptian gods in Roman Spain

A database of Egyptian gods in Roman Spain

A new database, called "La gens isiaca en Hispania", allows cataloging and geolocation of a set of archaeological pieces related to the Egyptian goddess Isis, recovered in the three provinces of Roman Hispania (Baetica, Lusitania and Tarraconensis) between the centuries I BC and III d.

3D technology lets you relive Bronze Age music

3D technology lets you relive Bronze Age music

There is nothing like seeing how advances in technology play a very important role today, especially within the world of archeology, where it is possible to contribute with research and obtain important data such as those that have been given a few days ago, where The international archaeological community has seen a researcher bring the importance of Bronze Age music to the present day.

Farmers found three mummies of the Copiapó Culture in Chile

Farmers found three mummies of the Copiapó Culture in Chile

A few days ago, the Chilean Investigative Police (PDI) reported that some farmers found a grave with two child mummies and the skeleton of a woman dating back more than 900 years, in addition to various objects such as ceramic vessels and probably, The mummies were found 800 kilometers from the capital of the country, in the sector of Iglesia Colorada in the Fundo Bauza, being the first discovery of this style made in this region.