A new paleoclimatic study reveals that the abandonment of Norse settlements in southern Greenland (15th century AD) was mostly linked to the increasingly dry conditions of the area instead of an abrupt temperature change.

Around the world A new paleoclimatic study reveals that the abandonment of Norse settlements in southern Greenland (15th century AD) was mostly linked to the increasingly dry conditions of the area instead of an abrupt temperature change. Prolonged drying trend...

New genomic data about the Gauls population from France reveal an absence of discontinuity between Bronze Age and Iron Age groups in France, and support a cultural and progressive transition rather than a massive influx of external groups.

Around the world New genomic data about the Gauls population from France reveal an absence of discontinuity between Bronze Age and Iron Age groups in France, and support a cultural and progressive transition rather than a massive influx of external groups. Origin and...

New contribution discussing the scientific value and the ethical issues related to the Documented Human Osteological Collections of the University of Bologna and the proposal of new directions in this type of scientific studies.

Celtudalps crew New contribution discussing the scientific value and the ethical issues related to the Documented Human Osteological Collections of the University of Bologna and the proposal of new directions in this type of scientific studies. Scientific and Ethical...