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World's oldest amputation rewrites existing understanding of prehistoric medicine

World's oldest amputation rewrites existing understanding of prehistoric medicine

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The journal Nature brought a huge sensation: a Neolithic skeleton with a surgically amputated leg was discovered in the Liang Tebo cave on the island of Borneo. It is by far the oldest confirmed surgical amputation, dating back 31,000 years! The previous one was "only" 7,000 years old. The discovery fundamentally changes the scientific view of the development of prehistoric medicine.
Unique silver coin depot found in world's toughest prison

Unique silver coin depot found in world's toughest prison

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Tasmania's Port Arthur Prison is notorious for its appalling conditions, strict rules and harsh sentences. Escape from the penal colony was virtually impossible. Convicts were not allowed to carry money. So how did a 180-year-old set of silver shillings end up on the floor of the prison workshop, and who buried it there?
18. 5. 2012 Roman glass beads with gold 18. 5. 2012

18. 5. 2012 Roman glass beads with gold

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Glass beads made by Roman craftsmen in the 1st and 4th centuries were found in Nagaoka, Japan, in 2012. They were found in an ancient tomb. According to experts, this clearly shows how much influence the Roman Empire had.
16.12.2009 Discovery of 3000 year old skeletons 16. 12. 2009

16.12.2009 Discovery of 3000 year old skeletons

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A great discovery was made eleven years ago by archaeologists underwater. They found dozens of skeletons in the Pacific Ocean. Experts estimate their age at three thousand years. Apparently, they were inhabitants of the Pacific archipelago of Vanuatu. The news was released by the media just days before the Christmas holidays.

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