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Archaeology

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At the same time and even back to 20,000 BP kayak based seamen existed within this island arc. Thus sea borne mobility was a given. yet we look at the island arc and we find it mostly above sea level the entire length nicely stopping ice from bre

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Sumer is regarded by many scholars as the cradle of human civilization. Its history - although veiled in enigma - is so intriguing and offers a wealth of new discoveries. From the first writing system, to complex technologies, all the way to first ci

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This massive, eight-symbol stone carving, measuring roughly 10 feet by 12 feet, has puzzled scholars for decades. Why did these Scandinavian-looking runes appear in this landlocked region of America, and who is responsible for creating them? For b

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While the remains of modern Homo sapiens dating back roughly 197,000 years have been recovered in Israel, genetic studies suggest the main phase of early human migration out of Africa and into Asia occurred much later - around 50,000 years ago, S

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this is actually an interesting problem and yes we do have a small handful of odd eye witness reports by pretty good observers. not too easy to discount. first though, all these animals thrived close by the edge of Ice sheets along at best a narr

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Prehistoric Scandinavian rock art displays scenes of warriors and long, narrow boats. Are these figures showing some kind of Bronze Age Vikings? The world famous ancient petroglyphs in Sweden, dating to the Nordic Bronze Age, portray a world of sword

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For 13 days in October of 1962, our civilization was poised on the edge of nuclear destruction. American president John F. Kennedy and Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev engaged in a faceoff. The world watched as the Cold War escalated precariously tow