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An Ancient Childhood 07/02/2010

An Ancient Childhood

History books are full of facts about adults. In school, you learn about the wars that grown-ups have fought, the kingdoms they've built and destroyed, and the cultures they've created. What about all the kids?


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A Plankhouse Past 07/02/2010

A Plankhouse Past

Few places on Earth remain unexplored. Pick an area almost anywhere and you'll probably find detailed maps—and even guidebook advice about what to do once you get there.


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A Long Trek to Asia 07/02/2010

A Long Trek to Asia

Today, a plane trip from eastern Africa to China takes less than a day. Tens of thousands of years ago, it would have taken a lot longer to walk those 5,000 miles.


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A Long Haul 07/02/2010

A Long Haul

Long before the invention of cars, planes, or motorboats, people were exploring the globe. Some of these travelers undertook trips of thousands of miles across oceans.


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A Human Migration Fueled by Dung? 07/02/2010

A Human Migration Fueled by Dung?

Before the invention of central heating and hot cocoa, it would have been too cold for people to migrate to North America through the frigid tundra—without trees or firewood. Or so scientists thought.


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A Big Discovery about Little People 07/02/2010

A Big Discovery about Little People

Long ago, many species of humanlike creatures shared space on Earth. These different types of humans walked upright and had intelligent minds. At some point, however, all but one of those species went extinct.


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Preserving Ancient Warrior Paint 07/02/2010

Preserving Ancient Warrior Paint

Unearthing the distant past is one thing. Preserving it is another. Chemistry can be part of the answer. Over the last 30 years, archaeologists have dug up more than a thousand, life-size warrior statues buried next to an ancient tomb in China


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Stonehenge Settlement 07/02/2010

Stonehenge Settlement

Stonehenge has mystified visitors for thousands of years. Somehow, about 4,600 years ago, people managed to haul humongous stones across southern England to a site on the Salisbury Plain.


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Writing on eggshells 07/02/2010

Writing on eggshells

From graffiti to wallpaper to the geometric shapes used to decorate buildings, people have been making designs out of patterns for a long time. Designs can be just for looks, or they can be used to communicate a message.


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Your inner Neandertal 07/02/2010

Your inner Neandertal

The entire genetic code of a species is called its genome, and it is a list of all the important genes in the species’ DNA. These genes contain the instructions for how to build proteins, and proteins perform specific functions in a cell.


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