HOW DID PALEOLITHIC PEOPLE LIGHT UP THEIR CAVES?
SANTANDER, SPAINAccording to a statement released by the Public Library of Science, a team of researchers led by M ngeles Medina-Alcaide of the University of Cantabria tested possible sources of light employed by Paleolithic peoples to reach the deepest, darkest areas of caves. The lights . . .
PLAGUE VICTIMS IDENTIFIED IN INDIVIDUAL GRAVES IN ENGLAND
CAMBRIDGE, ENGLANDAccording to a statement released by the University of Cambridge, researchers have detected DNA from Yersinia pestis, the bacterium that causes Black Death, in the teeth of people buried in a parish cemetery and friary in Cambridge and in the nearby village of Clopton. Plague . . .
STUDY SUGGESTS NEANDERTHALS AND MODERN HUMANS MET IN ISRAEL
REHOVOT, ISRAELAccording to a statement released by The Friends of the Israel Antiquities Authority, Elisabetta Boaretto of the Weizmann Institute of Science and Omry Barzilai of the Israel Antiquities Authority have developed a new chronology for the occupation of the Boker Tachtit site, which i . . .