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Analysis of dental calculus is increasingly important in archaeology, highlighting its importance as a source of wider biographical information.
New research indicates that cremated remains were deposited at Stonehenge over a period of around five centuries from c. 3000–2500 BC.
Examining archaeology's critical role in envisaging the ‘contemporary future’ at Fukushima, a defining landmark of the feats and failures of late modernity.
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