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Issue 379 - February 2021

Archaeologists have uncovered the remains of an ancient stone circle in Wales which they believe could have been dismantled and rebuilt as Stonehenge.
Parker Pearson et al.
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Researchers have studied the history of turtle exploitation in the Eastern Mediterranean in an effort to better understand how human activity impacts their populations
Çakırlar et al.
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Analysis of burial practices has revealed new ideas could spread rapidly as communities were interconnected, creating a surprisingly unified culture in Europe.
Emma Brownlee
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Archaeologists carrying out an Iron Age experiment in Wales have instead uncovered the ‘Plastic Age’ – the plastic dominated archaeology left behind by modern society.
Mytum et al.
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Researchers from Cornell University and the National Park Service have pinpointed and confirmed the location of the remnants of a wooden fort in Alaska – the Tlingit people’s last physical bulwark against Russian colonization forces in 1804
Thomas M. Urban and Brinnen Carter
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