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Archaeologists announce discoveries at the ancient Maya site of Waka' in northern Guatemala
...projects has been the stabilization of an 18-meter temple
pyramid that was structurally undermined by looting," Freidel says. Under the consecutive direction of Guatemalan archaeologists Juan Carlos Prez (2003) and Horacio Martnez (2004), a team of masons has worked to consolidate this ancient structure so ...
Monkey talk, human speech share left-brain processing
... and the University of Iowa. An area near the left temple
responded significantly more than the same area on the right only to monkey calls, not to other animal calls, human voices or various other sounds. The researchers published their findings in the January 29, 2004 Nature . "Since it's in the left te...
Hebrew University excavations strengthen dating of archaeological findings to David, Solomon
...gs 14:25) and in his monumental inscription at the temple
of Amun at Karnak, Egypt, where Rehov is mentioned among many other places conquered at that time. Since the Shishak conquest occurred a few years after the death of Solomon, the identification of a city destroyed by him at Tel Rehov provides an anc...
July media highlights: GEOLOGY and GSA TODAY
...ettled communities and building increasingly large temple
mounds with elaborate public art. About 3 ka, El Nio started to recur much more frequently. This change in climate took place at the same time as the construction of temples ceased after nearly three millennia, suggesting that the increase in El Nio ...
New hope for self-injury sufferers
...injure in acupuncture analgesia sites, such as the temple
or thewrist immediately behind the thumb, seem to respond to naltrexone treatment,presumably because self-injury in those sites causes the release of betaendorphin while self-injury in other locations does not. Observing over timewhere on the body an...