Findings indicate the desert zones of Central Asia may have served as key areas for early hominin dispersals into Eurasia.
A team of Indonesian and Australian archaeologists co-led by Griffith University academics has unearthed the skeletal remains of a young hunter-gatherer whose lower left leg was amputated by a skilled prehistoric surgeon 31,000 years ago. The discovery, published in Nature, is thought to be the earliest known evidence for a complex medical act, pre-dating other […]
Researchers have traveled back in time to discover Homo sapiens did indeed live and survive in the Kalahari Desert more than 20,000 years ago.
New ARCHE Director hopes to build stronger research and teaching relationships locally and globally.
New analysis of residue reveals 11th-12th century ceramic vessels contained explosive material.
Novelvirtualmethodtoexaminefossil-bearingdepositsinSumatrancave sitesa first.
Griffith led research has carbon dated cave art found in an archaeological hotspot the PeÃ±ablanca Caves.