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Issue 388 - August 2022

Chickens were domesticated relatively recently, research reveals. They were also initially regarded as exotica, and only used for food several centuries later.
Julia Best et al.
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Archaeologists have identified a key fortress of the Parthian Empire, which ruled from Turkey to Pakistan ~2,000 years ago, that may be a lost city.
Michael Brown, Kamal Rasheed Raheem and Hashim Hama Abdullah
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Archaeologists have recovered DNA from over 400 years ago from colonial-era burials in Mexico, revealing the diversity of early European settlements in the Americas.
Vera Tiesler et al.
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Archaeologists have found over 100 previously unknown indigenous settlements north of Hadrian's Wall from around the time of Roman occupation.
Manuel Fernández-Götz et al.
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