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Stone Pages Archaeo News is the leading resource for extensive and timely information about the most recent archaeological meetings, digs and breathtaking discoveries, mainly related to prehistoric and megalithic monuments. The Stone Pages is also the fir


Were Denisovans an isolated part of our lineage?


During the time of one of our ancient ancestors the Neanderthals there also lived a long extinct hominid known as Denisovan. Whilst very little is known about Denisovans we do...

British experts reconstruct Neolithic man's face


There is a fascinating Department within the Liverpool John Moores University (UK) called 'Face Lab'. Scientists in the laboratory utilise a craniofacial computer system to re-create faces just using the...

The continuing story of Oetzi


The mummified remains of a Chalcolithic man were first found in the Olztal Alps, between Austria and Italy, in September 1991. Since then the story of Oetzi the Iceman, as...

Archaeologists track ancient wheat in Bronze Age box


In a small wooden box, 2.650m (8.000 ft) above sea level in the Swiss Alps, archaeologists have uncovered new evidence that could help map the use and spread of ancient...

Nine Bronze Age tombs discovered in Eastern Romania


In Carlomăneşti, in Eastern Romania's Buzău county nine tombs that date back to the Bronze Age have recently been identified. The graves were identified by specialists from the Buzău county...

Bones suggest cannibal ritual in ancient Britain


Archaeological evidence suggests that most cannibalism in human history occurred for complex and varied reasons. Human bones found in Gough's Cave - a sizeable limestone cave in Cheddar Gorge in...

Excavation of a round mound in the Isle of Man


Archaeologists glimpse Manx history A team of archaeologists, students, and local volunteers have for the past twelve months been investigating prehistoric mounds in fields south of Kirk Michael, a village...

7,000-year-old figurine discovered in Poland


A 7-centimetre fragment of a 7,000-year-old baked clay human figurine has been found by archaeologist Piotr Alagierski while on holiday, walking in a cultivated field in one of the villages...

Sound-reflecting rock shelters attracted ancient artists


Researchers say that members of early farming communities in in the central Mediterranean preferred to paint images in rock shelters where sounds bounced off walls and into the surrounding countryside....

Ancient warrior, weapons drawn, wears stylish earrings


The extraordinary find of a Bronze Age warrior buried between 2,700 and 2,900 years ago with dagger in one hand, a knife in the other, spiral earrings, and a bronze...

Hundreds of stone tombs discovered in Jordan


Hundreds of ancient stone tombs have been discovered in Jebel Qurma, south of Damascus, in a 'black desert' stretching across northeastern Jordan and Saudi Arabia. Many are covered by stone...

Ancient monuments may have been used for moonlit ceremonies


A new investigation of the stone age rock art panel at Hendraburnick Quoit in Cornwall, southwest England, found nearly ten times the number of markings when viewed in moonlight or...

Invasion may have transformed India's Bronze Age


New data confirm a long-held but controversial theory that Sanskrit, the ancient language of Northern India, emerged from an earlier language spoken by people in Central Asia, who may have...

Avebury stone circle contains hidden square


A square formation has been discovered within the Neolithic stone circle at Avebury, a village 130 kilometres west of London. Archaeologists believe the hidden stones, discovered using ground-penetrating radar, were...

Ancient funeral practices at Carrowkeel


New insights into death rites of the ancient people of Ireland are being provided through studies led by a researcher at the Department of Anatomy at New Zealand's University of...