“Estimating origination times from the early hominin fossil record”

New article published by René Bobe and Bernard Wood in Evolutionary Anthropology. The age of the earliest recovered fossil evidence of a hominin taxon is all too often equated with

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“Subarctic climate for the earliest Homo sapiens in Europe”

New article published by Sarah Pederzani, Kate Britton, Vera Aldeias, et al. in Science Advances. The expansion of Homo sapiens across Eurasia marked a major milestone in human evolution that would eventually

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“Territories of Faith: 1000 Years of Landscape Multifunctionality in Santa Mariña de Augas Santas (NW Spain)”

New article published by Cruz Ferro-Vázquez, Rebeca Blanco-Rotea, Jorge Sanjurjo-Sánchez, Sonia García-Rodríguez and Marco V. García Quintela in Land. Landscape multifunctionality is increasingly recognized as an important aspect in sustainability

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“Of herds and societies—Seasonal aspects of Vinča culture herding and land use practices revealed using sequential stable isotope analysis of animal teeth”

New article published by Rosalind E. Gillis, Jelena Bulatović, Kristina Penezić, Miloš Spasić, Nenad N. Tasićc and Cheryl A. Makarewicz in PLOS ONE. Late Neolithic Vinča communities, spread over much

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“Unravelling the Taphonomic Stories of Bird Bones from the Middle Pleistocene Layer VIII of Grotte Vaufrey, France”

New article published by Anna Rufà and Véronique Laroulandie in Quaternary. In recent years, several studies have significantly changed our knowledge concerning the use of birds by Neanderthals. However, what

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“Soils in ancient irrigated agricultural terraces in the Atacama Desert, Chile”

New article published by Jonathan A. Sandor, Gary Huckleberry, Frances M. Hayashida, César Parcero-Oubiña, Diego Salazar, Andrés Troncoso, Cruz Ferro-Vázquez in Geoarchaeology. The Atacama Desert is among the driest places

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“Landscape-scale perspectives on Stone Age behavioural change from the Tankwa Karoo, South Africa”

New article published by Emily Hallinan in Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa. Southern Africa is an ecologically highly varied region, yet many generalisations about past human behaviour are drawn from

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ICArEHB at FIC.A – Festival Internacional de Ciência

Starting tomorrow ICArEHB will be at FIC.A – Festival Internacional de Ciência, that will take place from the 12th to the 17th October, at the Marquês de Pombal Palace and

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“A worked bone assemblage from 120,000–90,000 year old deposits at Contrebandiers Cave, Atlantic Coast, Morocco”

New article published by Emily Y. Hallett, Curtis W. Marean, Teresa E.Steele, Esteban Álvarez-Fernández, Zenobia Jacobs, Jacopo Niccolò Cerasoni, Vera Aldeias, Eleanor M.L.Scerri, Deborah I.Olszewski, Mohamed Abdeljalil El Hajraoui, Harold

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ICArEHB in European Researchers’ Night 2021,

On September 24, MAR Shopping Algarve (Loulé) will host, for the first time, the European Researchers’ Night (NEI), which will take place between 10:00 AM and 10 PM. ICArEHB will

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