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A woman's place? Out hunting with spears, study finds

Washington - A new study says a woman's place might never have been at home to begin with.Scientists said Wednesday they had discovered the 9,000-year-old remains of a young woman in the Peruvian Andes alongside a well-stocked big game hunting toolkit.

'Sophisticated' ancient Roman toilets helped spread parasites

The ancient Roman empire had what was considered advanced engineering at the time. They created public baths, aqueducts, fountains, sewer systems and toilets. Despite the technology, parasites were widespread.

Machu Picchu archaeological treasures returning from Yale Special

Lima - The first batch of archaeological pieces taken from the iconic pre-Columbian site known as Machu Picchu, and held “on loan” at Yale University, will return to Peru later this month after a century-long controversy about ownership.

Quarry used for Jewish temple unearthed in Israel

Israeli archaeologists have found an ancient quarry which they believe might have been used by King Herod’s workers to rebuild the second Jewish temple in Jerusalem 2,000 years ago.

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