jueves, 22 de junio de 2017

Titulares 22-06-17

Hallan unas 4.000 herramientas de piedra y restos fauna y tres nuevas piezas de arte mueble de hace 14.000 años en el Molí del Salt, en Vimbodí i Poblet
Se han descubierto durante la campaña de excavación de esta primavera...

Costas rechaza reducir la protección de Praileaitz frente a la cantera
La Dirección General de Costas ha rechazado la solicitud de la empresa Zeleta de reducir la protección de la cueva de Praileaitz para poder seguir la cantera de Sasiola...

La Fundación Atapuerca actualizará la evolución humana en los libros de texto / Link 2 

Investigadores da UAlg iniciam campanha de campo nas grutas marinhas da costa de Sagres
Uma equipa de investigadores da Universidade do Algarve vai realizar uma segunda campanha de campo, de 22 a 25 de junho, com a finalidade de identificar e avaliar o potencial arqueológico, hidrodinâmico e geológico de novas grutas marinhas na região de Sagres.
A iniciativa decorre no âmbito do PaleoCoast (Adaptações humanas costeiras durante o Paleolítico no sudoeste Peninsular)...

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Genetic modelling adds a new twist to hobbit ancestry | Cosmos
A new study lends weight to the idea that the diminutive ancient hominid Homo floresiensis was descended from larger ancestors...

Archaeologists unearth prehistoric ritual area around Bryn Celli Ddu | The Guardian
Previously unknown Anglesey landscape possibly includes cairn cemetery in what experts described as ‘really exciting stuff’...
Related video: Bryn Celli Ddu in new CGI film
Ver en PaleoVídeos > L.R.2.13 nº 22.

In search of the mammoth: North Norfolk fossil-hunters reveal more fascinating finds | Eastern Daily Press As North Norfolk basks in one of the hottest weeks of the year, an amateur archaeologist believes he may have unearthed the site of a Stone Age barbecue.
Flint expert Russell Yeomans, from Gunton, revealed he has found what could be “a huge fire site” in West Runton - where one of the most complete skeletons of a mammoth ever discovered was unearthed in 1990...

Archaeologists discover unique Armenian dragon menhir in Goris | ARMENPRESS