Archaeologists explore a prehistoric monumental complex in Peru.
A research expedition investigates a Mississippian culture earthen mound site in Illinois.
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Archaeologists are exposing new finds at the largest Roman period civilian settlement along the Hadrian's Wall frontier.
Researchers suggest that early migrants remained on the Bering Land Bridge for as much as 10,000 years before venturing into the Americas.
Researchers study Hadza hunting and gathering strategies in Africa.
Archaeologists play role in study on world food security and effects of climate shock.
Interactive map of human genetic mixing fills gaps in 4,000 years of recorded history.
Genome analysis reveals the 30,000-year-old origins of genetic adaptations for high altitude in Tibetans and suggests a novel mechanism for human adaptation.
Scientists confirm age of a key prehistoric human tool technology in Italy.
Archaeologists resume excavations at ancient site in eastern Crete to reconstruct development of early Greek city-state.
New study suggests that about 20 percent of the Neanderthal genome lingers in modern populations.
Skeletal remains from 6th century Bavaria yield oldest pathogen genomes obtained to date.
Genome study of human remains recovered from a Mesolithic site in Spain provide clues to the individual's appearance.