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Anthropology

120,000-Year-Old Cattle Bone Carvings May Be World's Oldest Surviving Symbols | Smart News | Smithsonian Magazine Flint Rock, Paleolithic Period, Old Symbols, Spiritual Meaning, Spiritual Connection, Bone Carving, Extinct, Cattle, Israel

120,000-Year-Old Cattle Bone Carvings May Be World's Oldest Surviving Symbols

Archaeologists found the bone fragment—engraved with six lines—at a Paleolithic meeting site in Israel

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WTF Fun Fact - Old Huts Built From Mammoth Bones

In 1965, a Ukrainian farmer dug up the lower jawbone of a mammoth. Further excavations revealed 4 huts, made up of a total of 149 mammoth bones. These

An Evolutionary Timeline of Homo Sapiens | Science | Smithsonian Magazine Homo Heidelbergensis, Homo Habilis, Forensic Facial Reconstruction, Biological Anthropology, Anthropology Major, Human Fossils, Prehistoric Man, Prehistoric Dinosaurs, Human Dna
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An Evolutionary Timeline of Homo Sapiens

Scientists share the findings that helped them pinpoint key moments in the rise of our species

About years ago, a Neanderthal fell into a cave well and got stuck. After the ‘Altamura Man’ died, his body was slowly covered in calcite, which caused his skeleton to fuse with the cave and. Wow Facts, Wtf Fun Facts, Funny Facts, Random Facts, Scary Creepy Stories, Creepy Facts, The More You Know, Good To Know, Did You Know
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The first Americans: How and when were the Americas populated? Early Humans, Human Evolution, History Timeline, Historical Maps, Earth Science, Ancient History, American History, Native American, Archaeology
Human Evolution

The first Americans: How and when were the Americas populated?

The latest research suggests humans first came to the Americas by boat, though along which coast remains controversial. Archaeologists and geologists are working together to try to solve the mystery of how and when the first Americans arrived.

Ancient DNA reveals secrets of human history : Nature News World History, Family History, Dna Genealogy, Early Humans, Human Evolution, Einstein, Charles Darwin, Before Us, Ancient History
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Ancient DNA reveals secrets of human history

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 Scientists reveal the surprising genetic identity of early human remains from roughly years ago in Spain (Atapuerca). New tests on human bones hidden in a Spanish cave for some years set a new record for. Ufo, France Culture, Human Dna, Early Humans, Human Evolution, Interesting History, Ancient Civilizations, World History, Ancient History
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scienceisbeauty: “Stunning! Scientists reveal the surprising genetic identity of early human remains from roughly 400,000 years ago in Spain (Atapuerca). New tests on human bones hidden in a Spanish...

Professor Richard Roberts from the University of Wollongong believes high traces of DNA from ancient hominids found in Aboriginal people suggest Denisovans were the first on the continent. Human Evolution, Aboriginal People, Strange History, The Beautiful Country, Ancient Civilizations, World History, People Around The World, Genetics, Geography

Denisovan DNA finding could rewrite the story of Australia's discovery

Professor Richard Roberts from the University of Wollongong believes high traces of DNA from ancient hominids found in Aboriginal people suggest Denisovans were the first on the continent.

Israeli cave finds challenge our theories about evolution’s winners and losers. Science Diagrams, Discover Magazine, Early Humans, Human Evolution, Ancient History, Ancient Egypt, World Geography, Africa Map, Prehistory
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When Neanderthals Replaced Us

Israeli cave finds challenge our theories about evolution’s winners and losers.

How Neanderthal DNA Helps Humanity - QUANTA MAGAZINE Neanderthals and Denisovans may have supplied modern humans with genetic variants that let them thrive in new environments. Biological Anthropology, Forensic Anthropology, World History, Family History, Pre History, Dna Facts, Fresco, Dna Genealogy, Human Evolution
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How Neanderthal DNA Helps Humanity | Quanta Magazine

Neanderthals and Denisovans may have endowed modern humans with genetic variants that helped them thrive in new environments.

Ancient History

A Precocious Peopling [Illustrations by Tyler Jacobsen, map by XNR Productions, for the November 2011 issue of Scientific American] Disruptive Innovation, Innovation Strategy, Scientific American Magazine, Astronomy Science, Comic Illustrations, World Geography, Information Graphics, Stone Age, Historical Maps
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Jen Christiansen

Jen Christiansen is a scientific illustrator, information graphics artist, and dataviz designer. She’s senior graphics editor at Scientific American, where she art directs illustrated explanatory diagrams and data visualizations.

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The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn for April 15, 2009 | GoComics.com

Years after it was retired from battle, the Trojan horse kept right on rockin'.

40 Funny Comics for the Average 40 Year Old - Funny Gallery Funny Cartoons, Funny Comics, Funny Memes, Hilarious, Cartoon Humor, Funny Signs, Funny Shit, Funny Stuff, Archaeology For Kids
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40 Funny Comics for the Average 40 Year Old

Throwing the humor back a little.

Sphinx cartoon - "Sir Colby" by Colby Jones . History Cartoon, History Jokes, Art History, Funny History, History Major, Funny Cartoons, Funny Comics, Funny Memes, Funny Shit
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Dave Coverly, the creative mind behind this one-panel comic strip, says Speed Bump depicts the "movie of life. Funny Shit, The Funny, Funny Jokes, Hilarious, Funny Sarcasm, Funny Stuff, Funny Cartoons, Funny Comics, Memes Historia
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Speed Bump by Dave Coverly for May 11, 2017 | GoComics.com

View the comic strip for Speed Bump by cartoonist Dave Coverly created May 11, 2017 available on GoComics.com

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Pandemics

Spread of Bubonic Plague in Europe century. The Black Death spread rapidly along the major European sea and land trade routes. Middle Ages History, History Of Earth, European History, Primary History, Teaching Social Studies, Student Teaching, Medan, Bubonic Plague, Medieval
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The Black Death - Europe's Great Plague - mrdowling.com

Nearly half of the people of Europe died during the fourteenth century in a widespread illness called "The Great Plague" or The Black Death.

Heroes

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History of Fashion

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Vikings

Melting glaciers in Norway reveal a lost Viking-era mountain pass scattered with perfectly preserved artefacts including knitted mittens, a wooden whisk and a broken walking stick with a runic inscription Cairns, National Geographic, Earth Day Pictures, Vikings, Formations Rocheuses, Local Museums, Mountain Pass, 11th Century, Viking Age
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Lost Viking ‘highway’ revealed by melting ice

1,000-year-old horseshoes, sleds, and tools are emerging from a shrinking ice patch in Norway, telling the story of the rise and fall of a mountain pass and the people who traveled along it.

Lost Viking ‘highway’ revealed by melting ice National Geographic, Anglo Saxon Chronicle, Collections D'objets, Viking Reenactment, Germanic Tribes, Tent Pegs, Recent Discoveries, Ancient Vikings, Animal Bones
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Lost Viking ‘highway’ revealed by melting ice

1,000-year-old horseshoes, sleds, and tools are emerging from a shrinking ice patch in Norway, telling the story of the rise and fall of a mountain pass and the people who traveled along it.

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European History

Study Rewrites History of Ancient Land Bridge Between Britain and Europe | Smart News | Smithsonian Magazine Memento Mori, University Of Reading, Ice Sheet, Les Continents, North Sea, Sea And Ocean, Sea Level, Historical Maps, British Isles
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Study Rewrites History of Ancient Land Bridge Between Britain and Europe

New research suggests that climate change, not a tsunami, doomed the now-submerged territory of Doggerland

Wars

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Ancient Rome

Archaeologists Discover Ruins of Emperor Hadrian's Ornate Breakfast Chamber | Smart News | Smithsonian Magazine Roman Emperor, Power Breakfast, Ancient Rome, Archaeology, In This Moment, Greek Architectural Style, Villa Romaine, Standing At Attention, Gardens

Archaeologists Discover Ruins of Emperor Hadrian's Ornate Breakfast Chamber

In the second century A.D., the Roman ruler entertained his guests on a raised marble platform surrounded by elaborate fountains

Medevial Times

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Spread of Bubonic Plague in Europe century. The Black Death spread rapidly along the major European sea and land trade routes. Middle Ages History, History Of Earth, European History, Primary History, Teaching Social Studies, Student Teaching, Medan, Bubonic Plague, Medieval
Middle Ages HistoryTeaching Social StudiesMedanMedieval

The Black Death - Europe's Great Plague - mrdowling.com

Nearly half of the people of Europe died during the fourteenth century in a widespread illness called "The Great Plague" or The Black Death.

Archaeologists Discover Ruins of Emperor Hadrian's Ornate Breakfast Chamber | Smart News | Smithsonian Magazine Roman Emperor, Power Breakfast, Ancient Rome, Archaeology, In This Moment, Greek Architectural Style, Villa Romaine, Standing At Attention, Gardens

Archaeologists Discover Ruins of Emperor Hadrian's Ornate Breakfast Chamber

In the second century A.D., the Roman ruler entertained his guests on a raised marble platform surrounded by elaborate fountains

120,000-Year-Old Cattle Bone Carvings May Be World's Oldest Surviving Symbols | Smart News | Smithsonian Magazine Flint Rock, Paleolithic Period, Old Symbols, Spiritual Meaning, Spiritual Connection, Bone Carving, Extinct, Cattle, Israel

120,000-Year-Old Cattle Bone Carvings May Be World's Oldest Surviving Symbols

Archaeologists found the bone fragment—engraved with six lines—at a Paleolithic meeting site in Israel

  Weird History Facts, Strange History, Weird Facts, Random Facts, Wtf Fun Facts Funny, Daily Fun Facts, Original Barbie Doll, Dug Up, Archaeological Finds

WTF Fun Fact - Old Huts Built From Mammoth Bones

In 1965, a Ukrainian farmer dug up the lower jawbone of a mammoth. Further excavations revealed 4 huts, made up of a total of 149 mammoth bones. These

An Evolutionary Timeline of Homo Sapiens | Science | Smithsonian Magazine Homo Heidelbergensis, Homo Habilis, Forensic Facial Reconstruction, Biological Anthropology, Anthropology Major, Human Fossils, Prehistoric Man, Prehistoric Dinosaurs, Human Dna
Homo HabilisForensic Facial ReconstructionHuman FossilsPrehistoric Man

An Evolutionary Timeline of Homo Sapiens

Scientists share the findings that helped them pinpoint key moments in the rise of our species

A Precocious Peopling [Illustrations by Tyler Jacobsen, map by XNR Productions, for the November 2011 issue of Scientific American] Disruptive Innovation, Innovation Strategy, Scientific American Magazine, Astronomy Science, Comic Illustrations, World Geography, Information Graphics, Stone Age, Historical Maps
Scientific American MagazineAstronomy ScienceComic IllustrationsInformation Graphics

Jen Christiansen

Jen Christiansen is a scientific illustrator, information graphics artist, and dataviz designer. She’s senior graphics editor at Scientific American, where she art directs illustrated explanatory diagrams and data visualizations.

About years ago, a Neanderthal fell into a cave well and got stuck. After the ‘Altamura Man’ died, his body was slowly covered in calcite, which caused his skeleton to fuse with the cave and. Wow Facts, Wtf Fun Facts, Funny Facts, Random Facts, Scary Creepy Stories, Creepy Facts, The More You Know, Good To Know, Did You Know
Funny FactsRandom FactsThe More You KnowGood To Know

Melting glaciers in Norway reveal a lost Viking-era mountain pass scattered with perfectly preserved artefacts including knitted mittens, a wooden whisk and a broken walking stick with a runic inscription Cairns, National Geographic, Earth Day Pictures, Vikings, Formations Rocheuses, Local Museums, Mountain Pass, 11th Century, Viking Age
CairnsNational GeographicEarth Day Pictures11th Century

Lost Viking ‘highway’ revealed by melting ice

1,000-year-old horseshoes, sleds, and tools are emerging from a shrinking ice patch in Norway, telling the story of the rise and fall of a mountain pass and the people who traveled along it.

Lost Viking ‘highway’ revealed by melting ice National Geographic, Anglo Saxon Chronicle, Collections D'objets, Viking Reenactment, Germanic Tribes, Tent Pegs, Recent Discoveries, Ancient Vikings, Animal Bones
National GeographicAnglo Saxon ChronicleAncient VikingsAnimal Bones

Lost Viking ‘highway’ revealed by melting ice

1,000-year-old horseshoes, sleds, and tools are emerging from a shrinking ice patch in Norway, telling the story of the rise and fall of a mountain pass and the people who traveled along it.

The first Americans: How and when were the Americas populated? Early Humans, Human Evolution, History Timeline, Historical Maps, Earth Science, Ancient History, American History, Native American, Archaeology
Human Evolution

The first Americans: How and when were the Americas populated?

The latest research suggests humans first came to the Americas by boat, though along which coast remains controversial. Archaeologists and geologists are working together to try to solve the mystery of how and when the first Americans arrived.

Ancient DNA reveals secrets of human history : Nature News World History, Family History, Dna Genealogy, Early Humans, Human Evolution, Einstein, Charles Darwin, Before Us, Ancient History
World HistoryFamily HistoryHuman EvolutionCharles DarwinBefore Us

Ancient DNA reveals secrets of human history

Nature - the world's best science and medicine on your desktop

  Cartoon Jokes, Funny Cartoons, Troy Horse, Argyle Sweater Comic, Teaching Latin, Class Memes, History Jokes, Ancient Myths, Classic Comics
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The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn for April 15, 2009 | GoComics.com

Years after it was retired from battle, the Trojan horse kept right on rockin'.

40 Funny Comics for the Average 40 Year Old - Funny Gallery Funny Cartoons, Funny Comics, Funny Memes, Hilarious, Cartoon Humor, Funny Signs, Funny Shit, Funny Stuff, Archaeology For Kids
Funny MemesHilariousArchaeology For Kids

40 Funny Comics for the Average 40 Year Old

Throwing the humor back a little.

Sphinx cartoon - "Sir Colby" by Colby Jones . History Cartoon, History Jokes, Art History, Funny History, History Major, Funny Cartoons, Funny Comics, Funny Memes, Funny Shit
History CartoonHistory JokesHistory MajorFunny Memes