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A. Sutherland - AncientPages.com - Already three centuries ago (in 1726), John Toland wrote that brochs or the so-called 'Pictish Towers' "are apt all over
Professor Larry Barham (pictured, right) uncovering the wooden structure on the banks of the river with a fine spray. Credit: Professor Geoff Duller,
Now, a study led by researchers at MIT, the University of Florida, and in Brazil aims to settle the debate over dark earth’s origins. The team has pieced
The authors add, "Neolithic human remains from Marmoles Cave suggest complex funerary behaviors in Andalusia during Prehistory."