Computer modeling shows interactions between Neanderthals and modern human ancestors
Daily Archives: February 7, 2012
William Shakespeare, the majestic bard, the enchanting poet, the ethereal playwright, and supposed inventor or first recorded user of dozens of words in the English language that are still used today, words like ‘leapfrog’ and ‘distinguishable’.
Millions of people have used Google Earth’s geo-modelling software to take a tour of the moon, Mars, foreign countries, or – let’s be honest – to compare their homes with those of their neighbours. But now a new project developed by Bournemouth University academics is giving surfers access to a virtual prehistoric landscape: Stonehenge.
Archaeologists have unearthed graves dating to the 4th century BC in Mukolaiv. The discovery was made during reconstruction and renovation work of the local history museum in central Mukolaiv.