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  • Stonehenge’s Builders Transported Megaliths Using Tallow, Says Archaeologist
    Lipid (fat) residues identified in Grooved Ware pottery from Durrington Walls, near Stonehenge, have been interpreted as evidence for large-scale feasting associated with the construction of Stonehenge, around 2500 BCE. But, new research from Newcastle University suggests that because the fragments came from dishes that would have been the size and shape of buckets, not ... [ c o n t i n u a ]
    Fonte: Sci-NewsPubblicato 17-07-2019
    4 giorni ago
  • Australopithecus Mothers Breastfed Their Infants for Year after Birth
    A high-resolution trace-element analysis of 2.6-2.1-million-year-old teeth from an extinct hominin called Australopithecus africanus has revealed that infants were breastfed continuously from birth to about one year of age; nursing appears to continue in a cyclical pattern in the early years for Australopithecus infants; seasonal changes and food shortages caused mothers to supplement gathered foods ... [ c o n t i n u a ]
    Fonte: Sci-NewsPubblicato 17-07-2019
    4 giorni ago

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