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redOrbit
Groundbreaking 2,000 year old skeleton found at Mediterranean shipwreck sitefrom an ancient shipwreck in the era of DNA analysis, and in a statement, DNA e
Groundbreaking 2,000 year old skeleton found at Mediterranean shipwreck site
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from an ancient shipwreck in the era of DNA analysis, and in a statement, DNA expert Dr. Hannes Schroeder from the Natural History Museum of Denmark in Copenhagen (who will be studying the remains once he receives permission to do so from... Read more
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Newsmax
Antikythera Shipwreck Skeleton Could Provide Clues About Life 2K Years Agosea and they appear to be in fairly good condition, which is incredible," Hanne
Antikythera Shipwreck Skeleton Could Provide Clues About Life 2K Years Ago
Newsmax / Posted 4 days ago
sea and they appear to be in fairly good condition, which is incredible," Hannes Schroeder, an ancient DNA expert from the Natural History Museum of Denmark in Copenhagen, said in the Woods Hole statement. Researchers are hoping that they can... Read more
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New Kerala
2100-old human skeleton found on Antikythera Shipwreck - newkerala.com #121233to be recovered from an ancient shipwreck since the advent of DNA studies. Anc
2100-old human skeleton found on Antikythera Shipwreck - newkerala.com #121233
New Kerala / Posted 4 days ago
to be recovered from an ancient shipwreck since the advent of DNA studies. Ancient DNA expert Hannes Schroeder of the Natural History Museum of Denmark in Copenhagen is seeking permission from the Greek authorities for a full suite of... Read more
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The Register
2,000 year old man found dead near 2,000 year old computerbottom of the sea and they appear to be in fairly good condition, which is incr
2,000 year old man found dead near 2,000 year old computer
The Register / Posted 4 days ago
bottom of the sea and they appear to be in fairly good condition, which is incredible," said Dr. Hannes Schroeder of the Natural History Museum of Denmark in Copenhagen. The bones of the long-dead crew member appear to be from a young man,... Read more
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Daily Mail
Archaeologists discover human skeleton at Antikythera shipwreckthey appear to be in fairly good condition, which is incredible,' said Dr. Hann
Archaeologists discover human skeleton at Antikythera shipwreck
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
they appear to be in fairly good condition, which is incredible,' said Dr. Hannes Schroeder, an ancient DNA expert at the Natural History Museum of Denmark in Copenhagen. Archaeologists also discovered a sounding lead — a roughly bell-shaped lead... Read more
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International Business Times
2,000-old human skeleton pulled from the shipwreck where the Antikythera mechanism was discoveredthis person who sailed and died aboard the Antikythera ship." Hannes Schroeder
2,000-old human skeleton pulled from the shipwreck where the Antikythera mechanism was discovered
International Business Times / Posted 5 days ago
this person who sailed and died aboard the Antikythera ship." Hannes Schroeder, an expert in ancient DNA analysis from the Natural History Museum of Denmark, said: "Your mind starts spinning. Who were those people who crossed the Mediterranean... Read more
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