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  - "Cholestérol et Paludisme chez les Pharaons"

 - "Tibetan encyclopedia provides evidence of ancient brain surgery "

 - "Expérience inédite: le débitage de bison façon Néandertal

 - "Evolution of human 'super-brain' tied to development of bipedalism, tool-making"

 - "Did Neanderthals Believe in an Afterlife?"

 - "Right-handedness prevailed 500,000 years ago"

Four Individuals Caught in 'Death Trap' May Shed Light on Human Ancestors

 - "Un singe pêche et nous éclaire sur notre alimentation"

 - "Gazelles caught in ancient Syrian 'killing zones'

 - "Florida’s earliest inhabitants found in Little Salt Spring"

 - "Did Lucy's species butcher animals?"

 - "L'Afrique, berceau de toutes les langues"

 - "Carbon dating identifies South America's oldest textiles"

 - "Il y a 39 millions d'années, nos plus lointains ancêtres africains"

 - "Social network that helped humans achieve supremacy"

 - "Earliest evidence for magic mushroom use in Europe"

 - "Was Eurasia a stone's throw for early humans? "

 - "How the Civil War Changed Modern Medicine"

 - "Neanderthals: Bad luck and its part in their downfall"

 - "Clear link between height and longevity"

 - "Bones of Leper Warrior Found in Medieval Cemetery"

 - "Bamboo tool-making study shines light on East Asia's Stone Age tool scarcity"

 - "NorwaySand drift explained"

 -"The Curse of the Mummies' Arteries"

 - "Tuberculosis Followed the Fur Trade"

 - "Des chiens élevés en France il y a 11.500 à 15.000 ans"

 - "Facial Structure Of Men And Women Has Become More Similar Over Time"

 - "Unlocking the past with the West Runton Elephant"

 - "Indians, dogs were companions in life and death"

 - "Scientists trace violent death of Iron Age man"

 - "2,500-Year-Old Human Preserved Brain Discovered"

 - "North America’s oldest proof of human settlement"- "

 - "Million-year-old tools found near Chennai - India’s prehistory pushed back" 

 - "Pourquoi les soldats mutilent-ils les corps de leurs adversaires?"

 - "Wart Detected on Egyptian Queen Beauty"

 - "A New Evolutionary History of Primates"

 - "Homme et primates vieillissent de la même façon"

 - "Human Prejudice Has Ancient Evolutionary Roots"

 - "Mammalian oxygen isotope ratios: environment indicators"

 - "Aux racines du cannibalisme 

 - "Neanderthals were nifty at controlling fire"

 - "Ancient Egypt and a pioneer of palaeopathology"

 - "Anthropologists link human uniqueness to hunter-gatherer group structure"

 - "All bites are off - fleas did spread plague"

 - "Prehistoric tools in Greek highlands may have been used by some of Europe's last Neanderthals"

 - "Victorian smokers had rotten teeth to match lungs"

 - "Switch to farming from foraging may have been social, not for efficiency"

 - "Are you smarter than a Neanderthal toolmaker?"

 - "Our ancestors lived on shaky ground"

 - "Sharjah-Germany's Tubingen Archaeological Project announce new findings at Faya "

 - "Study illustrates shifting boreal forest ecosystem in Alaska"

 - "Wolves Can Follow a Human's Gaze"

 - "Evolution du cerveau d'Homo sapiens depuis 30 000 ans"

Neanderthals Wore Feathers as Fashion Accessories

 - "Prehistoric Dog Lived, Died Among Humans"

 - "Learning from old bones to treat modern back pain"

 - "John Shea, Human Evolution, and Behavioral Variability – Not Behavioral Modernity"

 - "The Iceman Mummy: Finally Face to Face"

 - "UA Archaeologists Help Excavate Ancient Site in Alaska"

 - "Les plus anciens restes humains de l’Amérique subarctique retrouvés"

 - "Origins of Farming in Europe Result of Human Migration and Cultural Change"

 - "Skull in Underwater Cave May Be Earliest Trace of First Americans"

 - "Biological anthropologists question claims for human ancestry"

 - " Earliest directly-dated human skull-cups"

 - "Les hommes de cro-magnon buvaient dans des crânes humains"

  - "Humans Living in East Africa 200,000 Years Ago Were as Complex in their Behavior as Humans Living Today "

 - "False Mummy Toes Let Owners Walk Like Egyptians"

 - "Earliest humans not so different from us, research suggests"

 - "The earliest rock art engraving of an American mammoth?"

 - "Lucy Had a Spring in Her Step"

 - "Genghis Khan did it, but Black Plague couldn't :A look at historical events and their roles in altering carbon dioxide levels

 - "Experts set to study state of footprints at Laetoli riverbed"

 - "Early humans won at running; Neandertals won at walking"

 - "Du nouveau sur les Aurignaciens du Trou de la Mère Clochette"

  - "2,550-Year-Old Celtic Beer Recipe Resurrected"

  -"L'émigration de l'homme moderne d'Afrique daterait d'au moins 100.000 ans"

 - "Scientists model ancient bog woman's face"

  - "Déformations osseuses huastèques"

  - "Découverte en Erythrée d'un nouvel hominidé "

 - "The role of men in the modern world"

 - "Les Gaulois premiers prothésistes dentaires"

 - "The Neanderthal nose enigma: Why so big? "

 - "New evidence for climate impacts on ancient societies"

 - "Neanderthals are not totally extinct"

 - "Researcher finds oldest known domesticated dog in Americas"

 -"Dying young did not cause Neanderthals' demise"

 - "L'oiseau à nunchakus"

 - "Lake Mungo reveals earliest Australians"

 - "Researchers discover oldest evidence of pressure flaking in South African cave"

 - "On a retrouvé les mots du groupe C"

 - "East Polynesia colonized faster and more recently than previously thought"

 - "Cretan tools point to 130,000-year-old sea travel   -   La Grèce livre la preuve d'une navigation"

 -  Jason and the argot: land where Greek's ancient language survives

 - "Sabretooth cats threatened most ancient human ancestor"

 - "Rodents are human's best friend in prehistoric Africa ?"

 - "The secret lives of Ireland's medieval ancestors revealed"

 - "Fish swam the Sahara, bolstering out of Africa theory"

 - "Fossilized food stuck in Neanderthal teeth indicates plant-rich diet"

 - "Ancient rock art's colours come from microbes"

 - "Homo sapiens lived in Israël 400000 years ago"

 - "The art on the cave walls at Chauvet continues to thrill"

 - "Modeling effects of local extinctions on culture change and diversity in the Paleolithic"

 - "Child sacrifices found in Peru Prehistoric site"

 - "Swedish scientists study Ice Man bacteria samples"

 - "Young chimps play with stick dolls"

 - "4 in 10 Americans still hold Creationist views"

 - "Gladiator stabbed, tossed as trash ?"

 - "Climate, culture linked in Prehistoric Northeast (USA)"

 - "Christmas special : the biology of the stable"

 - "Neanderthals fashioned earliest tool made from Human bone"

 - "On a retrouvé et authentifié la tête du roi Henri IV"

 - "Prehistoric people ate each other, bones show"

 - "Pompeii skeletons reveal secrets of Roman family life"

 - "Did climate change drive prehistoric culture change ?"

 - "Ancient coins teach researchers about modern society"

 - "La marche des Néandertaliens"

 - "First Australians did not boost fire activity"

 - "Was Medieval England more Merrie than thought ?"

 - "Measuring a society's political evolution"

 - "Water resources played important role in patterns of human settlement"

 - "Farmers slowed down by hunter-gatherers : our ancestors' fight for space"

 - "Taboo topic : Cannibalism along Puebloans"

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