Anthropology Newswire (Page 5)

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  1. Kate Middleton accused of making the monarchy less magicalRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Mail on Sunday

    Do I have to, Mommy? Sleepy Prince George rubs his eyes and tugs at Kate's coat as the royals receive an official welcome in Berlin Cop shot bride-to be dead through the door of his squad car after hearing 'a loud sound' that could have been FIREWORKS - and is REFUSING to cooperate with investigators 'Frenzy of violence': MS-13 slaughters four young men who were lured to a park by girls and hacked to death with machetes, knives and clubs REVEALED: Trump and Putin had SECRET hour-long meeting at G20 - during leaders' dinner when Donald moved seats to sit next to Russian leader... but President slams it as yet more 'sick' fake news EXCLUSIVE - The man who wants to bring the BRAIN DEAD back to life: Scientist whose life's work will be used by US company that's ready to start trials to 'reanimate living cadavers' in Latin America Trump invites Senators to lunch to bring healthcare talks back ... (more)

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  2. Hayley Hasselhoff looks cosy with ex Kyle ChristieRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Do I have to, Mommy? Sleepy Prince George rubs his eyes and tugs at Kate's coat as the royals receive an official welcome in Berlin Cop shot bride-to be dead through the door of his squad car after hearing 'a loud sound' that could have been FIREWORKS - and is REFUSING to cooperate with investigators REVEALED: Trump and Putin had SECRET hour-long meeting at G20 - during leaders' dinner when Donald moved seats to sit next to Russian leader... but President slams it as yet more 'sick' fake news 'Frenzy of violence': MS-13 slaughters four young men who were lured to a park by girls and hacked to death with machetes, knives and clubs Jennifer Lawrence 'vomits midway through Broadway production of George Orwell's 1984 after torture scenes that have left other audience members feeling sick and faint' Kim Jong-un's firing squad carries out public executions in SCHOOL yards as punishment for ... (more)

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  3. Stone Age burial chamber discovered on site of new homesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Thetelegraphand Argus

    Archaeologists excavated the barrow created for an "important individual" at least 4,500 years ago and found items including an ancient urn. Experts described the find, on the site of the planned Belton Road housing development near the River Aire, as rare and exciting.

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  4. Machete-wielding thugs are caught on CCTV in BirminghamRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    America's most unpopular governor Chris 'the beach' Christie makes incredible foul ball catch at Mets game and hands it to a child... then gets booed by stadium and roasted by announcer Sick British boy Charlie Gard who doctors want to let die is given legal permanent residence by Congress so 'he can fly to America for world class treatment' 'Frenzy of violence': MS-13 slaughters four young men who were lured to a park by girls and hacked to death with machetes, knives and clubs REVEALED: Trump and Putin had SECRET hour-long meeting at G20 - during leaders' dinner when Donald moved seats to sit next to Russian leader... but President slams it as yet more 'sick' fake news Jennifer Lawrence 'vomits midway through Broadway production of George Orwell's 1984 after torture scenes that have left other audience members feeling sick and faint' Senator Jerry Moran runs away from reporters and ... (more)

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  5. Orkney Neolithic 'butterfly-like' motifs found by chanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BBC News

    Neolithic markings carved into a stone in Orkney that were missed for years by archaeologists have been discovered by chance. The faintly incised "butterfly-like" motifs were revealed on Tuesday as sunlight lit up the rock at the "right moment, at the right angle".

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  6. July 19, 1799 a " Rosetta Stone foundRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | History Television

    During Napoleon Bonaparte's Egyptian campaign, a group of his soldiers discover a black basalt slab inscribed with ancient writing near the town of Rosetta. Ancient Greek script on the stone told archaeologists that it was inscribed in the second century B.C. The Rosetta Stone was studied for two decades before French Egyptologist Jean Francois Champollion made a startling discovery: The two Egyptian scripts on the stone-hieroglyphic and demotic-belonged to the same spoken language.

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  7. Braless Courtney Stodden displays her buxom bust in LondonRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    America's most unpopular governor Chris 'the beach' Christie makes incredible foul ball catch at Mets game and hands it to a child... then gets booed by stadium and roasted by announcer Sick British boy Charlie Gard who doctors want to let die is given legal permanent residence by Congress so 'he can fly to America for world class treatment' 'Frenzy of violence': MS-13 slaughters four young men who were lured to a park by girls and hacked to death with machetes, knives and clubs 'You better make me happy because the Muppets ARE Kermit': Jim Henson's son reveals the 'outrageous demands' made by 'destructive' Kermit puppeteer fired for making America's favorite frog 'too square' Jennifer Lawrence 'vomits midway through Broadway production of George Orwell's 1984 after torture scenes that have left other audience members feeling sick and faint' REVEALED: Trump and Putin had SECRET hour-long ... (more)

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  8. Untangling the Mystery of How Fido Became Humankind's Best FriendRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Scientific American

    For decades scientists have debated how, where and when the wolf became the dog. Now a new study hints that dogs were domesticated just once, challenging a previous claim about how many times humans befriended canines.

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  9. Who learns foreign language better - introverts or extraverts?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PR-inside.com

    ... as well as the humanities. Areas relevant to the scope of the journal include Social Sciences - Accounting, anthropology, Archaeology and history, Architecture and habitat, Consumer and family economics, Economics, Education, Finance, Geography, ...

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  10. Nasty, Brutish and Short: Are Humans DNA-Wired to Kill?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Scientific American

    Whether we take the perspective that evolutionary selection made humans prone to violence matters to our sense of ourselves. Are we born to be aggressive or peaceful? Credit: David Williams SAPIENS After carefully dissecting out the muscles of a disembodied arm, biologist David Carrier and his team tied fishing lines from each isolated tendon to a guitar tuner knob, allowing the researchers to move the fingers around like ghastly marionettes.

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  11. Aboriginal archaeological discovery in Kakadu rewrites the history of AustraliaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Age

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  12. Raw Archaeological Runners - Daniel Arsham's Archaeological Shoes are ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Trend Hunter Magazine

    Daniel Arsham, one of the lead designers behind Snarkitecture, has recently partnered with Adidas to release a limited-edition pair of archaeological shoes. The runners are inspired by cultural artifacts, and their rough cut on the fabric and the soles is meant to reflect that raw, authentic, worn down aesthetic.

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  13. Dust deposits give new insights into the history of the SaharaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | EurekAlert!

    IMAGE: The Lake Sidi Ali is located in the Moroccan Middle Atlas at 2,080 meters above sea-level. The position of the lake is in the North Saharan desert margin.

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  14. Shark scavenging helps reveal clues about human remainsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | EurekAlert!

    By analyzing shark scavenging behavior, the University of Florida's C.A. Pound Human Identification Laboratory identified which marks were left behind by sharks, what species of sharks made the marks and where the feedings might have occurred. "We don't know a lot about what human remains look like when a shark gets a hold of it," said Allysha Winburn, a forensic anthropologist at the lab.

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  15. Artifacts suggest humans arrived in Australia earlier than thoughtRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | EurekAlert!

    ... wildlife on the Australian continent. The new date makes a difference, co-author and UW associate professor of anthropology Ben Marwick said. Against the backdrop of theories that place humans in Australia anywhere between 47,000 and 60,000 years ...

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  16. Female astronomers of colour face daunting discriminationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 11 | Nature

    Women of colour working in astronomy and planetary science experience high rates of harassment at work, a study finds. In a survey, a striking 40% of these scientists reported feeling unsafe in their workplaces owing to their gender, and 28% reported feeling unsafe on account of their race.

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  17. Incredible moment baby Crested Gecko is bornRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Mail on Sunday

    America's most unpopular governor Chris 'the beach' Christie makes incredible foul ball catch at Mets game and hands it to a child... then gets booed by stadium and roasted by announcer Sick British boy Charlie Gard who doctors want to let die is given legal permanent residence by Congress so 'he can fly to America for world class treatment' 'You better make me happy because the Muppets ARE Kermit': Jim Henson's son reveals the 'outrageous demands' made by 'destructive' Kermit puppeteer fired for making America's favorite frog 'too square' REVEALED: Trump and Putin had SECRET hour-long meeting at G20 during leaders' dinner when Donald moved seats to sit next to Russian leader... but President slams it as yet more 'sick' fake news Chris Christie called Don Jr 'not sophisticated' as he contradicts Trump and says NOBODY thinks notorious Russian meeting was 'advisable' Revealed: Mystery 8th ... (more)

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  18. Your dog's ancestor came from a group of wolves 40,000 years agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bangor Daily News

    We know quite a bit about dog biology. We know that, though a chihuahua and a chow chow are dramatically different in size and shape, dogs share all but 0.15 percent of their genome.

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  19. Cracking Codes: 5 Ancient Languages Yet to Be DecipheredRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | LiveScience

    From 300 B.C. to A.D. 350, the Kingdom of Kush was based at the city of Meroe in Sudan and its people used a language called Meroitic to write texts, said Claude Rilly, Director of the French archaeological mission in Sedeinga, in an article published in 2016 in the UCLA Encyclopedia of Egyptology. "Meroitic was written in two scripts, cursive and hieroglyphic, both derived from Egyptian scripts," Rilly wrote.

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  20. Armour Up! A Roman-Themed Pop-Up Cinema Is Coming To Guildhall YardRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Londonist

    Make the most of the warmer, longer evenings this summer with a trip to Guildhall Yard's alfresco cinema, which is showing six Roman-inspired films. Swords And Sandals: Outdoor Cinema Season is part of Londinium, a three-month series of archaeology talks, performances and comedy, all celebrating London's rich Roman heritage.

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