lunes, 7 de agosto de 2017

Titulares 7-8-17


Hallado un molar completo de rinoceronte en Cova Eirós | El Progreso

La Escuela de Medicina Forense estudia los enterramientos de la Cueva de Castillejo del Bonete - Lanza Digital 
El análisis de estos túmulos servirá para conocer cómo eran nuestros antepasados prehistóricos, cuál era su forma de vida y qué religión tenían...

La vida en el valle del Ter hace 6.000 años
Un equipo de quince arqueólogos de la UB y la UAB han estado excavando este verano en dos asentamientos prehistóricos del valle del Ter, concretamente en la cueva de Les Pixarelles, cerca de Tavertet, y en el antiguo poblado situado en el Pla del Castell, en el mismo municipio...
 
Cultura señaliza el asentamiento del Cap Prim de Xàbia | xabiaaldia 
... Concretamente, este asentamiento corresponde al Bronce Tardío (final del II milenio a.n.e- primeros siglo del I milenio) y se ha constatado la actividad metalúrgica, con materiales recuperados como moldes de fundición, nódulos de cobre, etc...

Fin de la VIII Campaña de Excavación en Treviño | CENIEH

Desmienten la principal causa de la aparición de los humanos - RT / Link 2 
Científicos de la Universidad George Washington han llegado a la conclusión de que el cambio climático no fue la principal causa del surgimiento del Homo sapiens, como muchos expertos creen...

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Na Azambuja, voltámos a um povoado de há cinco mil anos através de uma ceifa de trigo - PÚBLICO
...Este é o culminar de três semanas no terreno do projecto “Vila Nova de São Pedro, de novo – no 3º milénio”. Cerca de 12 alunos de licenciatura e mestrado da Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa, e arqueólogos fizeram trabalhos de limpeza para deixar a descoberto estruturas que tinham sido encontradas nas antigas escavações. “Como as escavações foram feitas com uma metodologia que não é a actual,...

Giant 350,000-year-old animal fossil discovered in Turkey's Antalya - Daily Sabah / Link 2
Archeologists have unearthed the bones of a gigantic 350,000-year-old animal during excavations at Karain Cave in Turkey's southern Antalya province, reports said Monday.
 The discovery marks the first time researchers find remnants of humans who lived during the Paleolithic and Neolithic periods, according to Harun Taşkıran, who leads the excavations at the site and is a professor at Ankara University's Archaeology Department...

Sacrificed dog remains feed tales of Bronze Age ‘wolf-men’ warriors | Science News
Find is first archaeological evidence of coming-of-age rites described in ancient myths, researchers claim.
Remains of at least two Late Bronze Age initiation ceremonies, in which teenage boys became warriors by eating dogs and wolves, have turned up in southwestern Russia, two archaeologists say. The controversial finds, which date to between roughly 3,900 and 3,700 years ago, may provide the first archaeological evidence of adolescent male war bands described in ancient texts.
Select boys of the Srubnaya, or Timber Grave, culture joined youth war bands in winter rites,...

Bat Cave excavations prove ancient human habitation | Daily News
A hunting implement used by mature homo sapiens who lived in the inland parts of the country about 4,000 to 6,000 years ago and 35 varieties of burnt edible crop seeds used by them as food were unearthed during archaeological excavations conduced in the Bat Cave in Parigahamadiththa in Balangoda, said Senior Professor Raj Somadera of the Kelaniya University Post Graduate Institute on August 6...

Revealed: 4,000-year-old bone jewels - The Hindu
Archaeologists thrilled at first-time discovery of perfect ornaments near Hyderabad
Ancient jewellery and decoration has a new meaning, with the discovery of bone ornaments in Telangana that go back about 4,000 years. In a find that has excited archaeologists, 50 pieces of bone ornaments have been found in a hamlet of Narmetta, an agricultural village on the outskirts of Hyderabad...

Inside the Cattedown Bone Caves - Plymouth's mysterious national treasure | Plymouth Herald
They're hailed as a national treasure and were used by Plymouth's earliest humans – but Cattedown Bone Caves remain one of Plymouth's most secretive landmarks.
Only a select few have been allowed inside the top-secret ancient caves since their discovery in 1886.
That was when Plymouth's oldest known human remains were discovered by quarry workers, who raised the alarm and called in archaeologists.
Among the partial skeletons of 15 early humans was the famous 'Cattedown Man' – believed to be the city's earliest known inhabitant and dating back up to 140,000 years...


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