archaeologyofafrica

Archaeologists discovered 13,000 years old evidence of interpersonal human violence in Sudan

Recently researchers have come across evidence of prehistoric violence in the Nile valley of Africa. Archaeologists have found the remains of sixty-one persons (Skeletons) buried in the Jebel Sahabas cemetery. The archaeological evidence points toward the rise of violence that may be occurred in the late Pleistocene era (13.4 ka years ago). In past, archaeological …

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Southern Africans domesticated sheep 2000 Years Ago: New Palaeoproteomics Study

Researchers have discovered the earliest domesticated sheep of southern Africa. It is a significant discovery in the field of Zooarchaeology. They have safely identified this group of species using palaeoproteomics and peptide mass fingerprinting. These species of goats are around 2000 years old and an initial phase domesticated creature of South Africa. It is usually …

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