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Issue 382 - August 2021

Researchers uncover a wooden snake figurine from Neolithic Finland, a unique piece of ancient European art.
Satu Koivisto and Antti Lahelma
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A unique burial site in Gabon featured dozens of pre-Colonial individuals with body modification and valuable grave goods.
Sébastien Villotte et al.
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A monument in Mesopotamia may have been constructed to serve as a memorial to a community's battle dead - the first known example of such a structure
Anne Porter et al.
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Could cached objects be items no longer fit for use, but too valuable to throw away - 'problematic stuff' that could serve as mementoes of lost loved ones
Lindsey Büster
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Reopening graves in the early medieval period had been dismissed as isolated cases of robbery, but this research reveals it was a regular part of mortuary practice.
Alison Klevnäs et al.
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