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Prehistoric child's amputation is oldest surgery of its kind.

Publication Type:Periodical

Source(s):Nature [Nature] 2022 Sep; Vol. 609 (7927), pp. 453-454.

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Earliest known surgery was of a child in Borneo 31,000 years ago.

Publication Type:Periodical

Source(s):Nature [Nature] 2022 Sep; Vol. 609 (7927), pp. 472-473.

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The Bioarchaeology of Disability: A population-scale approach to investigating disability, physical impairment, and care in archaeological communities.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):International journal of paleopathology [Int J Paleopathol] 2022 Sep; Vol. 38, pp. 76-94. Date of Electronic Publication: 2022 Jul 14.

Abstract:Objective: This research introduces 'The Bioarchaeology of Disability' (BoD), a population-scale approach which allows for a comprehensive understanding of physical impairment and disability in past communities through a combination of palaeopathologic...

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The mystery of early milk consumption in Europe.

Publication Type:Periodical

Source(s):Nature [Nature] 2022 Aug; Vol. 608 (7922), pp. 268-269.

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Archaeological adhesives made from Podocarpus document innovative potential in the African Middle Stone Age.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America [Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A] 2022 Oct 04; Vol. 119 (40), pp. e2209592119. Date of Electronic Publication: 2022 Sep 26.

Abstract:Studying the earliest archaeological adhesives has implications for our understanding of human cognition. In southern Africa, the oldest adhesives were made by Homo sapiens in the Middle Stone Age. Chemical studies have shown that these adhesives were ...

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Archaeobotanical and isotopic analyses of waterlogged remains from the Neolithic pile-dwelling site of Zug-Riedmatt (Switzerland): Resilience strategies of a plant economy in a changing local environment.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):PloS one [PLoS One] 2022 Sep 28; Vol. 17 (9), pp. e0274361. Date of Electronic Publication: 2022 Sep 28 (Print Publication: 2022).

Abstract:The excellent preservation of the waterlogged botanical remains of the multiphase Neolithic pile-dwelling site of Zug-Riedmatt (Central Switzerland) yielded an ideal dataset to delve into the issue of plant economy of a community spanning several decad...

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The polymorphism and tradition of funerary practices of medieval Turks in light of new findings from Tuva Republic.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):PloS one [PLoS One] 2022 Sep 22; Vol. 17 (9), pp. e0274537. Date of Electronic Publication: 2022 Sep 22 (Print Publication: 2022).

Abstract:The medieval Turks of the eastern Asian steppe are known for funerary finds exalting horsemanship and military heroism that thrived on intertribal warfare. Existing bodies of research on various categories of objects-which include architecture, stelae,...

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Second Intermediate Period date for the Thera (Santorini) eruption and historical implications.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):PloS one [PLoS One] 2022 Sep 20; Vol. 17 (9), pp. e0274835. Date of Electronic Publication: 2022 Sep 20 (Print Publication: 2022).

Abstract:The historical relevance of the Thera (Santorini) volcanic eruption is unclear because of major dating uncertainty. Long placed ~1500 BCE and during the Egyptian New Kingdom (starts ~1565-1540 BCE) by archaeologists, 14C pointed to dates ≥50-100 years ...

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Migration of Alpine Slavs and machine learning: Space-time pattern mining of an archaeological data set.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):PloS one [PLoS One] 2022 Sep 19; Vol. 17 (9), pp. e0274687. Date of Electronic Publication: 2022 Sep 19 (Print Publication: 2022).

Abstract:The rapid expansion of the Slavic speakers in the second half of the first millennium CE remains a controversial topic in archaeology, and academic passions on the issue have long run high. Currently, there are three main hypotheses for this expansion....

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High-resolution sediment analysis reveals Middle Bronze Age byre-houses at the site of Oppeano (Verona province, NE Italy).

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):PloS one [PLoS One] 2022 Aug 31; Vol. 17 (8), pp. e0272561. Date of Electronic Publication: 2022 Aug 31 (Print Publication: 2022).

Abstract:High-resolution sediment analysis allowed us to identify two Middle Bronze Age (MBA 1, 1650-1550 cal a BCE) byre-houses at the waterlogged site of Oppeano "4D", south of Verona (Veneto region, NE Italy). The site lies in a low-lying valley incised by t...

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