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Athena Review

Journal of Archaeology, History, and Exploration

Upcoming in Vol. 2, no. 4, available this winter:



      Were Neanderthals our direct ancestors? Articles in this issue of Athena Review, written by several prominent researchers in paleoanthropology, will discuss the many theories of coexistance between modern humans and Neanderthals, debating whether there was violence, peaceful cohabitation, or a lack of any contact whatsoever. Authors and Subjects include:

Other articles will explore differences and similarities between Neanderthal and early modern human behavior—from hunting strategies to language and symbolic thought—and how these may indicate our relationship to our last, and closest, human relative.

Also included are articles on the mysterious Akha of Thailand, the Silk Road of China, and Humboldt in South America. Plus our regularly featured Recent Finds in Archaeology, book and internet reviews and much more!

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