The old saying “You are what you eat” takes on new significance in the most comprehensive analysis to date of early human teeth from Africa.
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This is the second installment on the Academy’s current exhibit “Evolving Traditions: Southwest Native Pottery and Silver” and gives a brief history of the art of pottery in the Southwest.
New evidence reveals people were living in North America thousands of years earlier than previously thought.
Exciting archaeological discovery on California’s Channel Islands yields clues to America’s early seafarers.
Neanderthals’ dental build-up is giving scientists clues about their diets.
The recent discovery of an ancient flax fiber in a cave in the Republic of Georgia has scientists rethinking when human ancestors started constructing clothing from textiles and not animal skins.