A new research now shows that a skeleton found on board the warship Vasa is actually from a woman; the ship sank on its maiden voyage in 1628
Stonehenge landscape, Blick Mead, during the Mesolithic period. A study reveals Stonehenge landscape before the world-famous monument
Multidisciplinary research team sheds light on the 1,400-year-old mystery about the genetic origins of the Avar elite
Origin of domestic horses finally established. Horses were first domesticated in the Pontic-Caspian steppes, northern Caucasus, before conquering the rest of Eurasia
A widely accepted theory of Native American origins coming from Japan has been attacked in a new scientific study, which shows that the genetics and skeletal biology “simply does not match-up”.
A study published in the journal Science traces the evolution of the hepatitis B virus from prehistory to the present, revealing dissemination routes and changes in viral diversity
Ancient DNA sheds new light on the movement of animals and humans in the Caribbean where each island can be a unique microcosm of life
This study offers a detailed glimpse into the diets and lives of ancient Mongolians, underscoring the importance of millets during the formation of the earliest empires on the steppe