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The impact of environmental stressors influenced the size of the skulls of the Cherokee people

The impact of environmental stressors influenced the size of the skulls of the Cherokee people

A group of researchers from North Carolina State University and the University of Tennessee have found environmental stressors. These factors are fundamental in relation to the formation of our physical characteristics. Since the Civil War "Trail of Tears", these factors led to significant changes in the shape of skulls in the eastern and western groups of the Cherokee people.

Pre-Ashoka temple discovered in Lumbini

Pre-Ashoka temple discovered in Lumbini

Recent excavations in the Maya Devi temple grounds in Lumbini have brought to light the remains of a people dating back more than 1,000 years before Emperor Ashoka built monuments for the spread of Buddhism. Until now the most Buddhist temples Ancient ones had been attributed to Ashoka, but the recent discovery of a chapel on a wooden structure has revealed a previously built temple.

The Egyptian Tourist Office presents the exhibition «Egypt 1930»

The Egyptian Tourist Office presents the exhibition «Egypt 1930»

On the occasion of the famous Fitur 2014 fair, the Egyptian Tourism Office presents the exhibition "Egypt 1930" that will be open from Friday, January 24 at the National Geographic Store in Madrid, on Gran Vía. 30 will be exhibited. Instant photographs taken by an anonymous traveler around the 30s, a time when archaeological expeditions to the country of the ancient pharaohs were very frequent given the discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb in 1922 and the great popularity and media coverage it received the find.

Recent investigations affirm that there was more than one paleodiet

Recent investigations affirm that there was more than one paleodiet

Currently the paleodiet or paleolithic diet is a trend among many people and it is about eating as our ancestors did. It is said that it has good properties, but if we look at the historical section and its roots, there has never been a single paleodiet.According to different researchers who have studied the subject in depth, there has never been a single paleodiet since then After carrying out anatomical examinations, environmental tests and even after carrying out different tests, the existence of not one but more paleodiets has been demonstrated, and the reason for that is due to several important factors.

An unknown structure found under the Sea of ​​Galilee

An unknown structure found under the Sea of ​​Galilee

In the depths of the Sea of ​​Galilee, researchers from Tel Aviv University have discovered a cone-shaped structure that could have been built on land some 6,000 years ago. The object is 230 meters in diameter, 39 meters high and has a 60,000 tons of weight as reported by Shmulik Marco, belonging to the Department of Geophysics of the UTA.

New excavation around the tomb of Richard III

New excavation around the tomb of Richard III

The place where the body of Richard III was found will be, for a month, the excavation area where archaeologists will try to find more clues about the medieval convent initially found.The work will be carried out by a team from the University of Leicester who intend to find more details about the burial of Richard III, about the architecture of the church, remains of a group of friars beheaded by Henry IV in the fifteenth century and even a medieval knight who may have been the mayor of Leicester.