A lucky find now provides a face for Lucy's ancestor.
Starting around 1600 BC, southern Scandinavia became closely linked to long-distance metal trade elsewhere in Europe.
Cold case: solved.
Was this an isolated individual, or part of an earlier wave of human migration?
DNA analysis reveals fresh details about how Neanderthals moved across Europe and Asia.
The wine wasn't restricted to the higher echelons of Celtic society -- the craftsmen also enjoyed a glass from time to time.
The trend became much clearer after the Neolithic, but the signs were there.
"Many of the challenges we have today are the same ones they had in Çatalhöyük — only magnified," say the paper's authors.
It was a crucial and defining moment in human evolution.
Second-hand flint, ironically, was more of a precision implement that fresh flint.
This just goes to show how complex our evolutionary history really is.
Talk about a stunning find!
Talk about eye for an eye...
This multidisciplinary study could settle a long-lasting debate.
It's the first find of its kind in the area.
The humans had to become very efficient in order to survive.