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Prehistoric Cultures

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Ancient Civilizations

Reconstructed lower state of the late Sumerian ziggurat at Ur, Iraq
Reconstructed lower stage of the late Sumerian ziggurat at Ur, Iraq

see also
Ancient Egypt
Archaeology Web Sites
China
Greece

prehistoric food, see also individual countries and cultures, and individual foods . . .
Animal Domestication
Anthropological Ecology
Early Agriculture
Food Archaeology
Plant Domestication
Prehistoric Dentistry
Prehistoric Diets
Prehistoric Food
Sustainable Agriculture

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In the News . . .

(Anthropology World News, Department of Anthropology, Texas A&M)

Greece: Birthplace of the Modern World? -- Guardian (07 November 2010)

Early Date for Chinese Human Fossils -- BBC News (26 October 2010)

City Living Helped Humans Evolve Immunity to Tuberculosis and Leprosy, New Research Suggests -- ScienceDaily (24 2010)

Scientists Find Evidence Discrediting Theory Amazon Was Virtually Unlivable -- Washington Post (05 September 2010)

Sting in the Tail of Farming Revolution [an interview with Dr Spencer Wells, re Pandora's Seed: The Unforeseen Cost of Civilization (NY: Random House, 2010) -- BBC News (07 June 2010)

Seeds of destruction? -- Minnesota Public Radio NewsQ interview

Pandora's Seed: The Unforseen Cost of Civilliation, Spencer Wells (NY: Random House, 2010).

 

Etruscan House Reveals Ancient Domestic Life -- Discovery News (04 June 2010)

Dawn of Urban Life Uncovered in Syria -- Discovery News (23 April 2010)

Did Climate Influence Angkor's Collapse? Evidence Suggests Changing Environment Can Bring Down a Civilization -- Science Daily (30 March 2010)

 

 

 

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For information on ancient civilizations, and on the development of early civilizations in various parts of the world, see the following WebSites:

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