By: Lynette Alice
An evangelical group comprised of Turkish and Chinese explorers claims that they think they have potentially made one of the biggest discoveries of the last hundred years - Noah’s Ark. The group that claims to have made this discovery of Biblical proportions is Noah&rsquo...
Prehistoric settlement patterns around Tepe Yahya, Iran
By: Lian Slayford-Wei
Prehistoric Settlement Patterns around Tepe Yahya Since its discovery in 1967, the ancient site of Tepe Yahya in modern day Iran has been of great interest to archaeologists. Symmetrical in shape, rising to a height of 30 meters, it measures 180 meters at the base...
By: Lian Slayford-Wei
The Significance of Accelerator Dating in Archaeological Method and Theory Radiocarbon dating is an important feature in archaeology; for over 35 years, there have been two types of counting systems. The first was developed by Libby and featured a screen-wall Geiger counter and a sample...
Is Cryptozoology a Valid Science
By: Lenna Gonya
As much as I would like to say yes, cryptozoology is not yet a real science, in the sense that it has not been recognized by the scientific community.As unfair as it seems, what is considered valid in this world is most often determined...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Forensic anthroplogy is anthropology/osteology, or study of the bones and teeth in relation to the law. The term "forensic" means law. Whenever there is crime, the results of the crime, the idea that a crime was committed and bones are involved, then the forensic pathologist...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Forensic anthropology is mainly study of osteology, or study of the bones. It is a subfield of biological anthropology, where the focus is on borrowed techniques from skeletal biology and osteology that are applied to "forensic" or legal situations. In legal situations, it is important...
The role of aerial photography in archaeology
By: Cakir Aygun
Aerial Photography has been around only for a couple of decades for civilian use, yet a couple more for military. It has ever since been in wide use for the facility it provides in understanding a landscape. This article will try to detail, through specific...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Today there is a complex web of human activity, production, consumption, waste and a host of anthropogenic and natural environmental influences and consequences. There is no modeling or single disciplinary approach for environmental crisis that can even describe the complexity, let alone provide guidance as...
The role of stratigraphy in archaeology
By: Poppy Sunderland
Stratigraphy is the study of the order and position of layers of archaeological remains. These layers are laid down in a sequence and this can provide important clues about the succession of events as they occurred at the site. This is why stratigraphy is a...
Anthropological implications of corporations and individual rights
By: Yvonne Mcarthur
A Development Project with a Difference Rose Longwa from Ndolela Isimani, Tanzania was in the habit of boiling her water over firewood to purify it, and suffered badly from the smoke. Boiling the water was necessary since the village's source was a very dirty river-not...

 

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