Oldest Musical Instruments To Date Discovered

A couple weeks ago, proof of the oldest examples of human art made the rounds. I did not publish a post about that on here because I did not find the evidence compelling enough to warrant a discussion. Today, however, another archaeological story does deserve a nod. The Journal of Human Evolution published a paper... Continue Reading →

Neolithic Men from Talheim, Germany fought for Women

A new paper in the journal Antiquity interprets the remains of 34 found buried in the village of Talheim, in south-west of Germany as evidence that Neolithic men fought to secure women. The paper is titled, "Isotopic signatures and hereditary traits: snapshot of a Neolithic community in Germany." The remains were excavated in the 1980s... Continue Reading →

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