Humanities - History/Archeology
DNA from 75-year old eradicated European malaria parasites uncovers the historical spread of one of the two most common forms of the disease, Plasmodium vivax, from Europe to the Americas during the colonial period, finds a new study co-led by UCL.
The oldest surviving pages of the 13th century's most popular story which feature one of medieval European literature's best-known sex scenes have been identified by an academic from the University of Bristol.
The genome of an ancient Egyptian wheat has been sequenced for the first time by a UCL-led team, revealing historical patterns of crop movement and domestication.
A team of scientists, led by the University of Bristol, has found the first evidence that prehistoric babies were fed animal milk using the equivalent of modern-day baby bottles. Possible infant feeding vessels, made from clay, first appear in Europe in the Neolithic (at around 5,000 BC), becoming more commonplace throughout the Bronze and Iron Ages.
Associate Professor of Cognitive Archaeology University of Oxford
Wellcome Trust PhD Candidateship for ’Historical Perspectives on Crop Diversity and Food Security’ University of Cambridge
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Associate Professor of Cognitive Archaeology
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Wellcome Trust PhD Candidateship for ’Historical Perspectives on Crop Diversity and Food Security’