Topic: Journal of Archaeological Science
Scientists stumble upon evidence which points toward repeated use of fire by prehistoric humans for cooking meat and other household chores.
An analysis of beads discovered in a 5,000-year-old Egyptian tomb reveals their surprising origins, say archaeologists.
This mixing of remains was perhaps designed to combine different ancestries into a single lineage, archaeologists speculated.
An archaeologist has discovered charcoal drawings that are 28,000 years old, making them the oldest in Australia and among the oldest in the world.