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Monday, May 20, 2013
Humans used fertilisers 5,000 years ago: Study
New excavations in Sweden indicate that fertilisers may not be a modern innovation but were already ...
Fertilizers may have been used by ancient civilisation 5,000 years ago
A Swedish Stone Age community may have used fertilisers, researchers have claimed.
Stone Age skulls reveal women endured regular violence
Violence against women can be traced back to pre-historic times, according to a new study which foun...
Stone Age home discovered in Britain
Archaeologists have unearthed what is believed to be the ruins of one of Britain’s oldest homes duri...
Stone Age men may have been first `rave party animals`
Researchers have shed light on how Neolithic Britons invented the ‘art of raving’.
Stone Age paint kits found in South Africa
An ochre-rich mixture stored in two abalone shells has been discovered at Blombos Cave in Cape Town,...
Stone-age era fertility artifact of woman found in Poland
A Stone-Age era artifact carved with multiple zigzags and what appears to be a woman with spread leg...
Remains of largest Stone Age building discovered in NW China
The remains of the pentagon-shaped structure date back to the Yangshao culture era.
Stone Age rock shelters in Pakistan facing danger
Prehistoric humans often used them as living-places, and left behind debris, tools.
Stone age humans took 2 mn years to develop brain power
Stone age humans took nearly two million years to develop the brain power to make sophisticated tool...
‘Neanderthals shopped at stone-age Tiffany’s’ theory debunked
A new study has disproved Tiffany’s’ theory that Neanderthals shopped at stone-age.
Stone Age people
Stone Age "blacksmiths" used fire to make sharp tools 164,000 years ago -- much earlier than the s...
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