New study by ICTA-UAB and the University of Cádiz reveals that the first farmers and herdsmen settled in Andalusia collected and consumed shellfish throughout the year, especially in winter.
A scholar of Aegean studies sheds more light on the knowns and unknowns of the ancient Aegeans through a new podcast series.
DNA, isotope, protein analysis reveal genetic ancestry and migration of a human found in a peat bog.
Over 50 years after excavation began at Meadowcroft rockshelter, it still ranks among the most remarkable sites of early human habitation in the Americas: an interview with archaeologist James Adovasio.
Ancient DNA helps researchers elucidate the structure of a prehistoric community from Southeast Asia.
Radiocarbon dating of wood tablets containing ancient glyphic inscriptions points to use of writing before European contact.