Stare Into the Vacant Eyes of Some Tweens Who Lived 30,000 Years Ago
Nice mammoth-bone beadwork, Sungir folks.
This Paleolithic Dick Gave Us Genital Herpes
Nuts to you, Nutcracker Man.
Our Ancestors Engaged in Cannibalism for Fun and Profit, Not Just for Calories
Human flesh isn’t as nutritious as mammoth meat. But our ancestors occasionally ate each other anyway.
Ancient Floridians Butchered Mastodons and Maybe Kept Pet Dogs
Archaeologists found a 14,500-year-old underwater site that rewrites history.
There's Human History Hiding in Ancient Dog Remains
Anthropologists say you can find cultural, dietary, and even genetic information about humans by studying their dogs.
What the Hell Is an Archaeoastronomer? (And How to Become One)
Put astronomy, archaeology, and anthropology in a blender, add a lunatic fringe, and enjoy responsibly.
How Climate Change Helped Decimate a 4,000 Year Old Megacity
And how it could happen again.