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Ancient cattle genomics, origins, and rapid turnover in the Fertile Crescent
- Marta Pereira Verdugo, Victoria E. Mullin, +38 authors D. Bradley
- Biology, Medicine
- 12 July 2019
How cow genomes have moo-ved Cattle were domesticated ∼10,000 years ago, but analysis of modern breeds has not elucidated their origins. Verdugo et al. performed genome-wide analysis of 67 ancient… Expand
Tracking Five Millennia of Horse Management with Extensive Ancient Genome Time Series
Summary Horse domestication revolutionized warfare and accelerated travel, trade, and the geographic expansion of languages. Here, we present the largest DNA time series for a non-human organism to… Expand
The Horst of Sabzevar and regional water resources from the Bronze Age to the present day (Northeastern Iran)
Numerous researchers previously explored the question of the origin of qanat system on the Iranian plateau. In 2008, the Iranian-French excavation work carried out on the site of tepe Damghani raised… Expand
Pottery from Burgut Kurgan and Kayrit Oasis, Preliminary Report for Season 2015
- J. Lhuillier
This report – making part of a series of mutually related texts – evaluates a newly uncovered assemblage of Yaz I pottery from the Czech-Uzbekistani-French excavations at the site of Burgut Kurgan,… Expand
Iron Age in Turkmenistan: Ulug depe in the Kopetdagh piedmont
Cet article presente les donnees relatives a l'âge du Fer ancien sur le site d'Ulug-depe au Turkmenistan.
Animal exploitation in the oases: an archaeozoological review of Iron Age sites in southern Central Asia
Abstract Protohistoric populations of the southern steppes experienced a series of significant changes in settlement and material culture between the Late Bronze Age (c. 1500 BC) and the end of the… Expand
Preliminary report on the soundings at Tepe Damghani, Sabzevar, Spring 2008
A millennium of History: The Iron Age in Southern Central Asia (2nd and 1st millennia BC).
“A Millennium of History” contains new research on 1000 years of history by international scientists. The Iron Age is framed by two major cultural changes: the end of Bronze Age urban civilizations… Expand
[PSYCHOANALEPTIC PROPERTIES OF HALLUCINOGENS IN EXPERIMENTAL PHARMACOLOGY].
French Review Article The Obscure Objectives of Family Policies in France