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Archaeologists uncovered 2000-year-old Roman Road in Jerusalem

Archaeologists uncovered 2000-year-old Roman Road in Jerusalem

After six years of extensive archaeological excavations, researchers from the Israel Antiquities Authority and Tel Aviv University have uncovered a 220-meter-long section of an ancient street first discovered by British archaeologists in 1894.

Bone marrow storage and delayed consumption at Paleolithic period

Bone marrow storage and delayed consumption at Paleolithic period

420,000 to 200,000 years ago, prehistoric humans at Qesem Cave were sophisticated enough, intelligent enough and talented enough to know that it was possible to preserve particular bones of animals under specific conditions, and, when necessary,…

An ultimate key to Bronze Age tin provenance?

An ultimate key to Bronze Age tin provenance?

The enigma of Bronze Age tin: Using methods of the natural sciences, they examined the tin from the second millennium BCE found at archaeological sites in Israel, Turkey, and Greece. These findings are of great importance for the archaeological…

Mystery of salt buildup solved on bottom of Dead Sea

Mystery of salt buildup solved on bottom of Dead Sea

Geologists float an answer to the mystery of salt flurries beneath Dead Sea: New computer simulation and research helps scientists understand how salt makes its way down rather than up, providing a glimpse into formation of massive deposits around…

The first farmers of central Anatolia

The first farmers of central Anatolia

Anatolia was home to some of the earliest farming communities. It has been long debated whether a migration of farming groups introduced agriculture to central Anatolia. First Anatolian farmers were local hunter-gatherers that adopted agriculture.