“Beyond faith: Biomolecular evidence for changing urban economies in multi-faith medieval Portugal”

New article published by Alice Toso, Simona Schifano, Charlotte Oxborough, Krista McGrath, Luke Spindler, Anabela Castro, Lucy Evangelista, Vanessa Filipe, Maria João Gonçalves, Antonio Marques, Inês Mendes da Silva, Raquel Santos, Maria João Valente, Iona McCleery and Michelle Alexander

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ICArEHB in event dedicated to Archeology of Agriculture

ICArEHB’s Hugo Oliveira will participate on the event “Ploughing the Earth: Archeology of Agriculture (from the Neolithic to the Medieval Period)” next saturday, with a presentation dedicated to “Genomic analysis

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“The absolute chronology of Boker Tachtit (Israel) and implications for the Middle to Upper Paleolithic transition in the Levant”

New article published by Elisabetta Boaretto, Marion Hernandez, Mae Goder-Goldberger, Vera Aldeias, Lior Regev, Valentina Caracuta, Shannon P. McPherron, Jean-Jacques Hublin, Steve Weiner, and Omry Barzilai in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The Initial Upper Paleolithic (IUP)

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“Using mechanical experiments to study ground stone tool use: Exploring the formation of percussive and grinding wear traces on limestone tools”

New article published by Eduardo Paixão,  Antonella Pedergnana,  João Marreiros, Laure Dubreuil, Marion Prévost, Yossi Zaidner, GeoffCarver & Walter Gneisinger in Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports. Ground Stone Tools (GST) have been identified in

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ICArEHB Dialogues presents “Origins of Stone Tool Use”

The ICArEHB Dialogues series was designed to represent the breadth of research that the centre covers and to engage researchers and the public from across the world with the research

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“Initial and Lower Magdalenian Large Mammal Faunas and Human Subsistence at El Mirón Cave (Cantabria, Spain)”

New article published by Milena Carvalho, Emily Lena Jones, Ana B. Marín-Arroyo, Jeanne Marie Geiling, Lawrence Guy Straus & Manuel R. González Morales in Journal of Paleolithic Archaeology. In late Upper Paleolithic Cantabrian Spain, humans developed sophisticated

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