The Lincolnshire Echo has a great article that summarizes all the great finds they have made to-date at the dig at Lincoln Castle, including human remains, Roman walls and mosaics, and a church site. You can see more pics and… Read More ›
Forensic anthropology, bioarchaeology, and forensic science in the news.
Archaeologists have uncovered a stone sarcophagus near a previously unknown church at Lincoln Castle. They believe it dates to about 900AD and contains the remains of a member of Saxon nobility or a bishop. The archaeologists hope to conduct digital… Read More ›
Skeletal remains, consisting of five skulls and other bones, were recovered from a family tomb in St. Bartholomew’s Church in Winchester England, in March of this year. Last week the church granted researches permission to analyze the remains. The goal… Read More ›
This week a team of archaeologists with the URS Corporation dug up evidence of a 19th century graveyard associated with the oldest African American church in the country, Mother Bethel A.M.E. Church. Archaeologists working at the site have found evidence… Read More ›
A Caucasian skull, found near the banks of the Manning River on the eastern coast of Australia in 2011, could rewrite the history of European contact for the continent. Captain Cook is given credit as the first European to land… Read More ›