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Loss of Arctic archeological sites a ‘catastrophe’: experts

Archeologists are discovering that much of that evidence has been destroyed in less than a generation, owing to the accelerating effects of climate change. Unless a concerted effort is made to rescue what is left, they say, a vast treasury of knowledge about the humanity’s presence at the world’s northern extremes will be wiped from existence.

Famous Ancient Historians

484 BC - Herodotus

460 BC - Thucydides

430 BC - Xenophon

330 BC - Berossus, the last Babylonian Priest

   37 AD - Josephus

   56 AD - Tacitus

   69 AD - Suetonius

260 AD - Eusebius

500 AD - Procopius

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Sumerian Culture

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Reading Material
  Enuma Elish: The Seven Tablets of the History of Creation
L W King
    Uruk, The First City
by Mario Liverani

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Lego Antikythera Mechanism


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Development of Writing Systems



Prehistoric Europe


Famous Viking Warrior Was a Woman, DNA Reveals

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Hatshepsut: Powerful Female Pharaoh    


Anthropology - Human Ancestry

Remains of hybrid human girl with Neanderthal mother discovered in Siberian cave

Neanderthal Bone Fragment Identified in Denisova Cave

Denisova Cave Yields a 50,000-Year-Old Needle


Caveman Genetics: Early Humans, Neanderthals, and Denisovans.

Neanderthal Genome Decoded



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