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Old November 4th, 2011, 02:40 PM   #551

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Excavations at Kataliondas Kourvellos reveal Neolithic and Cypro-classical finds
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Early humans were from Africa but their route out was via Arabia not Egypt | Mail Online

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I'm comfortable with the latest theory ^.
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Makes sense. It would be easier then crossing the Sinai.
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Mammoth Mystery: What Killed Off the Woolly Beast?
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Archaeologists Find Saber-Toothed Squirrel
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Wow. Interesting week.
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Who was Karl Marx? - CNN.com

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UA scientists find evidence of Roman period megadrought

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Caption: A cross section of wood shows the annual growth rings trees add with each growing season. Dark bands of latewood form the boundary between each ring and the next. Counting backwards from the bark reveals a tree's age.
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SGGP English Edition- 200-year-old mummy found in Dong Nai of noble descent

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The Cave of Archedemos the Nympholept (link should still work, despite it stating error)
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