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Issue 362 - April 2018

The Grotte Chauvet is world renowned for its Palaeolithic art. Fire was particularly important, providing light and producing charcoal for use in motifs.
Isabelle Théry-Parisot et al
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The recent discovery of a well-preserved horse burial at the Third Cataract site of Tombos illuminates the social significance of equids in the Nile Valley.
Sarah A. Schrader, Stuart Tyson Smith, Sandra Olsen & Michele Buzon
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Recent excavations at Sandby borg ringfort in Sweden have revealed indisputable evidence of a massacre during the European Migration Period (c. 400–550 AD)
Clara Alfsdotter, Ludvig Papmehl-Dufay & Helena Victor
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The carved wooden object uncovered from the Shigir peat bog is one of the oldest, known examples of monumental anthropomorphic sculpture.
Mikhail Zhilin, Svetlana Savchenko, Svend Hansen, Karl-Uwe Heussner & Thomas Terberger
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