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Issue 377 - October 2020

A 2,600-year-old wine 'factory' has been discovered in ancient Phonecia, whose inhabitants had a key role in spreading & popularising the drink
Adriano Orsingher et al.
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An Iron Age massacre has been uncovered at the town of La Hoya in Spain. It was attacked and destroyed ~200 BC, with the victims left where they fell
Teresa Fernández-Crespo et al.
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Archaeologists analyzing the skull of an Anglo-Saxon girl made a gruesome discovery that shines a light on the brutal punishments meted out to criminals in early medieval England.
Garrard Cole et al.
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Bronze Age people were keeping human body parts and preserving them, even turning some of them into objects such as musical instruments.
Thomas J. Booth and Joanna Brück
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