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Scientists Sequence of Research for woolly mammoth genome

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Scientists at Penn State are leaders of a team that is the first provide reports to the genome wide sequence of an extinct animal, according to Webb Miller, professor of biology and of computer science and engineering and one of the project two leaders. The scientists sequenced the genome of the woolly mammoth, an extinct […]

Prehistoric in settlement of uncovered:

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An unknown prehistoric settlement has been revealed during archaeological work in East Taunton, The dig was commissioned by Somerset County Council before construction begins on the Park and Ride scheme for the Cambria Farm site . The remains of a prehistoric farm and surrounding fields reveal human occupation from the late Bronze Age to the […]

Jesus Family Tomb Believed Found

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New scientific evidence, including DNA analysis conducted at one of the world’s foremost molecular genetics laboratories, as well as studies by leading scholars, suggests a 2,000-year-old Jerusalem tomb could have once held the remains of Jesus of Nazareth and his family. The findings also suggest that Jesus and Mary Magdalene might have produced a son […]

Liverpool Museum Unveils Child Mummy

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Liverpool Museum unveils child mummy as the part of it’s newest items of the exhibited online. The mummy of a young boy of the about two years old, elaborately wrapped in a series of the narrow linen bandages. When excavated by Professor Flinders Petrie in he described this as the most perfect example of the […]

Financing Archaeological Preservation of the Suburban Petroglyphs

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Cambodia to a mantle in a New York penthouse, the path of anantiquity is the profitable for some, but leaves behind a wide swath of economic, environmental and cultural degradation. Despite increased awareness and global attempts at enforcement, the growth of the illicit antiquities trade into a $4 billion market is a clear sign that […]