martes, 2 de enero de 2018

Edición 2-1-18

La cronología de los glaciares de la Cordillera Cantábrica es diferente a la de los europeos
La máxima extensión de los glaciares de la Cordillera Cantábrica durante la última glaciación del planeta no coincide con la de otras masas de hielo de Europa, según los datos publicados en un monográfico de The Geological Society. Investigadores de la Universidad de Valladolid (Uva) han analizado los estudios que existen al respecto y los han plasmado en esta síntesis, junto a dataciones realizadas por ellos mismos en los Picos de Europa y en la Montaña Palentina. Los resultados están más próximos a los registrados en los Pirineos y confirman que la glaciación en la península ibérica tuvo rasgos diferenciales [...] comunicacion.uva.es
 
Vídeo. El poder del pasado: Atapuerca - Museo Arqueológico Nacional de España
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Evento. Exposición de arqueología en Berlín mostrará el "Disco de Nebra" | El Boletin
El llamado "Disco de Nebra", la representación más antigua del firmamento que se conoce y descubierto en Alemania en 1999, volverá a ser expuesto fuera de la ciudad alemana de Halle por primera vez en diez años.
"Entre el 21 de septiembre y principios de noviembre de 2018, el disco será mostrado durante seis semanas en la exposición nacional de arqueología 'Tiempos turbulentos - Arqueología en Alemania', en el (espacio expositivo berlinés) Martin-Gropius-Bau", señaló a dpa Matthias Wemhoff, director del Museo de Prehistoria y Protohistoria de los Museos Estatales de Berlín...
 
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Evento. Restless times: Archaeology in Germany

 
21.09.2018 to 06.01.2019
Martin-Gropius-Bau

In 2018, the Museum für Vor- und Frühgeschichte and the Verband der Landesarchäologen (Association of Federal State Archaeologists) will mount an exhibition in the Martin-Gropius-Bau entitled Restless times: Archaeology in Germany.
Through spectacular new archaeological finds, and fresh perspectives on old ones, the exhibition reveals an unparalleled network of cultural interaction existing in Europe from earliest times to the recent past...

First-graders uncover 10,000-year-old flint knife during school dig in Samaria | The Times of Israel  



Stone Age hunting tool is discovered as part of a year-long outdoor course in archaeology
A group of first grade pupils from Benzion Netanyahu school in the Samaria-area West Bank settlement Barkan recently uncovered an unprecedented archaeological find: a stone-age hunting knife from 10,000 years ago — the earliest evidence of settlement in the region...

Stone tool found in Pictou County estimated at about 3,000 years old | Truro Daily News

This aboriginal stone tool artifact – a spearhead or knife blade – was found by a hiker last May in the Scotsburn area. (Tessa Elliott photo)

A quick stop to let his dog drink from a brook led to a historic discovery for a Pictou County man this past year and offers a glimpse into life in the province thousands of years ago...

Doggerland - Europe's Lost Land - HeritageDaily
Doggerland is a submerged land mass beneath what is now the North Sea, that once connected Britain to continental Europe.
Named after the Dogger Bank, which in turn was named after the 17th century Dutch fishing boats called doggers...

Bead workshop found at Haryana’s Harappan site | The Indian Express 
Kunal is a pre-Harappan or early Harappan site, and is said to the oldest site so far found in Haryana.
.... According to Mani, the beads found from Kunal site belong to 3,000 BC to 2,500 BC. The excavation of the ancient site at Kunal was conducted jointly by Haryana Archaeology Department, Indian Archaeological Society, New Delhi and the National Museum, New Delhi during from February to April. “The study suggests that Kunal was a Centre of trade during the era having probable trade links up to West Asia also...

Middle Paleolithic remains found in Tongtiandong Cave Site in Xinjiang  / Link 2
The excavation of Tongtiandong Cave Site has been done from 2016 to 2017 in Jeminay County. The Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Regional Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology together with School of Archaeology and Museology of Peking University cooperated in the project. The excavation area reached 65 square meters. The interim cultural deposition between the middle and upper Paleolithic Age dating back to 45,000 years ago was uncovered, contained the unearthed stone-tools, bronze ware and iron ware together with specimens and fossils add up to 2000 pieces. According to the excavation, Tongtiandong Cave Site is the first Paleolithic cave site ever found in Xinjiang...


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