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Many incidents in the book show the courage and grit it took to find and excavate Ardi in Ethiopia’s remote Middle Awash area, where local nomadic groups are prone to shoot at outsiders.
Those people used to build kurgans, burial mountains, that archaeologists excavated to study cultural remains.
The male selects the spot in a bank where they’ll take turns excavating the nest.
He and his team examined six skeletons excavated from a site in southern Peru, two of which were buried with hunting tools.
To better understand the extent of ancient female hunting, Haas’ group reviewed evidence from 429 excavated individuals buried at 107 sites, including Wilamaya Patjxa, throughout the Americas.
Last month, the agency announced it would pay companies to excavate small amounts of regolith on the moon.
García-Martínez and his colleagues digitally reconstructed rib cages of four previously excavated, partial Neandertal skeletons from infants and young children.
He has excavated at Stonehenge but was not part of the new research.
She keeps them in her bedroom now at her home in Hillside, hoping little by little to organize them and excavate her past.
Only a comparatively small portion has been excavated, but the city enclosed by the wall covered nearly one square mile.

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