Boxgrove: how we found Europe's oldest bone tools – and what we learned about their makers

The Boxgrove people, like all other human species, were capable of sharing time, care and knowledge in all parts of their life.

Matt Pope, Principal Research Associate, UCL • conversation
Aug. 12, 2020 ~6 min

Tags:  archaeology  britain  stone-age  stone-tools

New Stonehenge discovery: how we found a prehistoric monument hidden in data

Archaeologists reveal two-kilometre ring of pits around the neolithic Durrington Walls by studying old geophysical surveys.

Chris Gaffney, Senior Lecturer in Archaeological Geophysics, University of Bradford • conversation
June 26, 2020 ~7 min

Tags:  archaeology  stonehenge  stone-age  neolithic

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