Not much going on this week, or rather not much getting reported on. But that could have a wide variety of reasons, none of which have anything to do with the fact that the Toronto Raptors just made it to the Eastern Conference Finals (no, seriously, it didn’t).
Enough beating about the bush. Here’s this week’s roundup. Enjoy!
The Muscogee Creek people of Florida are working to restore their cultural traditions to their lives.
Evidence of female human sacrifice from Peru further indicates the ‘great cultural upheaval’ that was going on at the time.
Possibly the world’s oldest axe has been discovered in Australia.
A New Jersey family may have found the site where Washington and his troops camped after crossing the Delaware during the American Revolutionary War.
And a small Egyptian sarcophagus from the 6th century BC contains the remains of a fetus approximately 18 weeks old.
From the Guardian:
From artefacts discovered in a sink hole in Florida, archaeologists are reexamining the history of native peoples in Pre-Columbian America.