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Issue 372 - December 2019

Archaeologists have tried (and failed) to recreate a Stone Age journey made 30,000 years ago
Yousuke Kaifu et al.
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People wearing head cones are often seen in ancient Egyptian art, but no real examples had been discovered until now
Anna Stevens et al.
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Archaeologists have found a town belonging to the little-known Aksumite civlisation
Michael Harrower et al.
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The discovery of 'child-sized' weapons sheds light on ancient learning
Robert J. Losey and Emily Hull
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3D analysis of the Parthenon sculptures reveals early casts contain features now lost from the originals
Emma M. Payne
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