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Issue 386 - April 2022

It had long been thought that the famous site of Stonehenge served as an ancient calendar, given its alignment with the solstices. Now, research has identified how it may have worked.
Timothy Darvill
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Bronze Age Europe had units of mass, but such a system of weight-regulation was not used for gold in Britain.
Raphael Hermann
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Archaeologists have found a 2,500year-old artificial basin in Sicily, once identified as a military harbour, is actually one of the largest sacred pools in the Mediterranean.
Lorenzo Nigro
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Archaeologists have found nearly 200 examples of human vertebrae threaded onto reed posts in the Chincha Valley, Peru.
Jacob L. Bongers, Juliana Gómez Mejía et al.
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