A team of researchers from the University of Utah investigated how climate change and population pressure influenced rates of homicide and warfare in the Nasca Highlands of ancient Peru
Tools at Aranbaltza offer clues to Neanderthal extinction in the Iberian Peninsula, even before Homo sapiens arrived
For the first time, it was possible to map the trade networks for metals and to identify changes in the supply routes, coinciding with other socio-economic changes detectable in the rich metal-dependent societies of Bronze Age southern Scandinavia
A genomic analysis in samples of Neanderthals and modern humans shows a decrease in ADHD-associated genetic variants
A grape variety still used in wine production in France today can be traced back 900 years to just one ancestral plant, scientists have discovered.
A new study suggests that 6000-years-ago people across Europe shared a cultural tradition of using freshwater mussel shells to craft ornaments
Norway conserves archaeological finds from 1537, but not later ones. These have been the rules since the first cultural heritage law in 1905
It’s been a towering landmark in the world of English literature for more than two centuries, but Beowulf is still the subject of fierce academic debate