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Now dubbed “America’s Stonehenge” in Salem, New Hampshire, the location once known as Mystery Hill continues to draw tourists to what is touted as being evidence of pre-Columbian contact. Evidence of who is still up for debate. 
Now dubbed “America’s Stonehenge” in Salem, New Hampshire, the location once known as Mystery Hill continues to draw tourists to what is touted as being evidence of pre-Columbian contact. Evidence of who is still up for debate. The site itself is about 30…

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#tbt Blog Edition: How did the Easter Island Statues Get There? They Might Have Walked! - http://ow.ly/3z0mYp #Archaeology 

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May I presnt to you, Ella Sophia Armitage - Mistress of The Norman Mottes!

For our next early female archaeologist I want to introduce you to Ella Sophia Armitage. Armitage was a particular challenge for me, as many of the women I will introduce you to will be, since there is so little known about her as a person, other than she…

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In 1492 Columbus sailed the ocean blue. He set out on a bold new mission to reach out to new civilizations and boldly go where no one had gone before. Or was that Star Trek? Either way, when many of us were in grade school, we were taught that Christopher…

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New #Archaeology Tech firm working to tame the paperwork tiger. 

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Mysterious Minoan Miners and the Missing Michigan Minerals 

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Ancient human genome from southern Africa throws light on
our origins
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The skeleton of a man who lived 2,330 years ago in the southernmost tip of Africa tells us about ourselves as humans, and throws some light on our earliest common genetic ancestry. The man's genome was sequenced and shown to be one of the 'earliest diverged' -- oldest in genetic terms -- found to-date in a region where modern humans are believed to have originated roughly 200,000 years ago.

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Where we desperately try to make a case for a 12th century Englishman being buried in a prehistoric cave site in Arizona. 

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