The Great London [2017-01-08

  • Underwater Archaeology: 17th century gun-carriage salvaged from London wreck

  • Genetics: A federal origin of Stone Age farming

  • Nigeria: The British Museum distorts history and denies its racist past

  • Northern Europe: The last Viking and his 'magical' sword?

  • UK: 17th century plague pit unearthed in London

  • Travel: 'Celts: Art and Identity' at the British Museum

  • Evolution: Size matters—the more DNA the better

  • Endangered Species: Biodiversity falls below ‘safe levels’ globally

  • Greenland: Huge ancient river basin explains location of the world's fastest flowing glacier

  • UK: LIDAR reveals pre-Roman 'farming collective' in Sussex

  • Israel: Rare Roman gold coin found in Jerusalem at Mt. Zion archaeological dig

  • Philippines: Camp stability predicts patterns of Hunter–Gatherer cooperation

  • Oceans: Heat release from stagnant deep sea helped end last Ice Age

  • Fossils: Ancient DNA traces extinct Caribbean 'Island Murderer' back to the dawn of mammals

  • Natural Heritage: Discovery of young family gives hope to world's rarest ape

  • Cambodia: Lasers uncover hidden secrets of Cambodia's ancient cities

  • United Kingdom: British MPs introduce Bill to return Parthenon Sculptures to Greece

  • More Stuff: 'A dream among splendid ruins...' at the National Archaeological Museum, Athens

  • Astrophysics: The Big Bang might have been just a Big Bounce

  • Fossils: New Piltdown hoax analysis points to work of 'lone forger'

  • UK: Britain's last hunter-gatherers discovered using breakthrough analysis of bone fragments

  • Human Evolution: DNA from Neanderthal relative may shake up human family tree

  • Fossils: Unearthed: The cannibal sharks of a forgotten age

  • UK: DNA of bacteria responsible for London Great Plague of 1665 identified

  • North America: Archaeologists piece together how crew survived 1813 shipwreck in Alaska

  • More Stuff: Paris Egypt exhibit holds defiant message for Islamic State

  • Fossils: Dinosaur fossil investigation unlocks possible soft tissue treasure trove

  • Forensics: Single strain of plague bacteria sparked multiple historical and modern pandemics

  • Indigenous Cultures: Tracing the path of pygmies' shared knowledge of medicinal plants

  • Early Humans: Evidence of oat grinding by Stone Age hunter-gatherers found in Italy

  • Dinosaurs: Scientists carry out 'autopsy' on life-sized T-Rex replica

  • Evolution: Looking different to your parents can be an evolutionary advantage

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