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Can the Archaeology of Cedar Mesa Be Saved?
Ritual Racing on Perry Mesa Is the Topic of Archaeology Southwest's next Archaeology Café in Phoenix On March 17, 2015, Will Russell (Arizona State University) will discuss ritual racing and the Perry Mesa Tradition. We meet in the Aztec Room of Macayo’s Central, 4001 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, ne...
Genome of Clovis Era Individual Sequenced, Revealing Asian Origins of Ancient Americans
Genome of Clovis Era Individual Sequenced, Revealing Asian Origins of Ancient Americans Nearly 13,000 years ago, a baby boy died in what is Montana today. Mourners stained his tiny body with red ochre and entombed him with artefacts that had likely been in his family for generations. After lying u...
Arizona Republic Urges Progress on Archaeological Monuments Expansion
Arizona Republic Urges Progress on Archaeological Monuments Expansion If Arizona were an ugly state, it might be different. There might be more urgency to protect precious natural and archaeological wonders. Instead, efforts to expand Saguaro National Park and Casa Grande Ruins National Monument a...
European DNA Found in Remains of a 24,000-Year-Old Siberian Answers Many Questions about Ancient New World Populations
European DNA Found in Remains of a 24,000-Year-Old Siberian Answers Many Questions about Ancient New World Populations The 24,000-year-old remains of a young boy from the Siberian village of Mal’ta have added a new root to the family tree of indigenous Americans. While some of the New World's nati...