1 hr ago | Archaeology
A construction project has prompted the excavation of a Mikwok Indian food-processing site near the waters of San Pablo Bay.
3 hrs ago | MSNBC
Humans today eat gorillas and chimpanzees, so why would our prehistoric ancestors flinch at sitting down to a nicely roasted Neanderthal? That's the shocking new hypothesis being raised by anthropologists in Spain who wonder if our closest extinct relative was exterminated in the same way as 178 other large mammals, so called megafauna, which are ... (more)
6 hrs ago | York Press
Set in underground chambers, Revealing York Minster is the latest stage of a A 20 million, five-year restoration and conservation project part funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, creating the largest visitor attraction within a UK cathedral.
6 hrs ago | The Dirt
Who manages a cultural landscape that has global importance? Does the United Nations have final say or the local community? It turns out a complex web of interests shape these evolving cultural landscapes, particularly if people still live there and they aren't just outdoor museums.
9 hrs ago | Scientific American
Dr. Kate Clancy is an Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of Illinois.
13 hrs ago | South End Standard
Pub chain Marston's have applied for planning permission to build a two storey public house and accommodation on the site of the former Lookers garage, in Priory crescent.
Join us for eight terrific events in our speaker series this May and June. These public presentations and discussions focus on the cultural creativity, history, and heritage of the societies and pottery enterprises that flourished in the landscape of the Edgefield District of South Carolina.
Only within 2,5 months, the winged seahorse brooch from the Lydian Hoard, has attracted 50,000 viewers to Anadolu Civilisations Museum in Ankara.
"Who invented clothes?" It's one of those brilliant questions that children ask, before they learn that the big things we wonder about rarely have simple answers.
But Gibney ended up following his story into other, even weirder areas. He comes to view the whistle-blowers, the cyberguerrillas in the war against all forms of secrecy, from a sort of psycho-anthropological perspective: Here, he says, is how the culture created them.
Kids are invited to learn about Florida's past through archaeology and the clues left behind by ancient societies Monday, May 20 at 6 p.m. at the North Tampa Branch Library, 8916 N. Boulevard, Tampa.
Although a major road project remains in limbo, it will be a bit longer before anyone knows for sure whether there are tribal and/or pioneer burial sites along a rustic stretch of 253rd Avenue in Hillsboro.
Thousands of unmarked graves are buried beneath a local park, and one group wants to make sure they aren't forgotten.
Today we go to Indiana, Pa., to catch up with Victor Garcia. The professor has gained international recognition for his research into migrant farm workers.
Five copper coins and a nearly 70-year-old map with an "X" might lead to a discovery that could rewrite Australia's history.
Trina Lindig displays the National Geographic magazine that featured her mother posing with an ancestral Puebloan pot from the Mesa Verde exhibit.