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Republished from the conversation Two victims from Jebel Sahaba. The pencils mark weapon fragments. Image from the Wendorf Archive, Used under a creative commons license. . By Sarah Peacey        PhD in Ecological Systems of Cooperation, UCL   The…

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The Minoan phase of the Aegean Koine (economic and socio-cultural “Commonwealth”) in this excellent German map. Note the colonies of the Minoans on the nearby islands and their influence on the mainland.

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Reoublication from Science mag Characterizing genetic diversity in Africa is a crucial step for most analyses reconstructing the evolutionary history of anatomically modern humans. However, historic migrations from Eurasia into Africa have affected many…

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. As many of the readers will surely have guessed, militaty architecture and even more, Renaissance militaty architecture, is among my favourite pursuits. These plans on the construction of the characteristic bastion fortifications, belong to the treatise…

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General Don Jose de San Martin, Liberator of Chile and most of Peru. . This is a collection of uniforms of Argentinean officers and regular troops during the Spanish-American Wars of Independence 1810-1824, that is the standing troops of the independent…

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. στη σύζυγο μου Νέλλη, για την έμπνευση και την ενθάρρυνση που μου προσφέρει . Η κελτιβηρική περικεφαλαία χαλκιδικού τύπου . Π. Δεληγιάννης . Για την ακρίβεια, αυτό το κείμενο αφορά ένα αντικείμενο με το οποίο ασχολούμαι στη μελέτη μου: The Greek…

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Το my wife Nelly, my inspiration and guiding light of my life. Temple of Athena Pronaea at Delphi . Some digital and artwork architectural reconstructions of temples in Apollo’s Sanctuary at Delphi, Phokis (Central Greece).

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  Image copyright: A.I. Solovyev . This is another rare representation by the Russian archaeologist A.I. Solovyev, of a heavy charioteer warrior of the Indoeuropean Andronovo culture (2nd millennium BC) which flourished mainly in western Siberia and…

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Republication from nature.com Location of the Daoxian site. Late Middle Pleistocene and Late Pleistocene localities with human remains that have been included in the morphological and/or metric comparison with Daoxian are also marked on the map. 2:…
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