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The genomes of individuals who lived on the Iberian Peninsula in the Bronze Age had minor genetic input from Steppe invaders, suggesting that these migrations played a smaller role in the genetic makeup and culture of Iberian people, compared to other parts of Europe.
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Biologists have gained important new insights by resolving with near-atomic clarity, the very first core membrane protein structure in the simplest known photosynthetic bacterium, called Heliobacterium modesticaldum (Helios was the Greek sun god). By solving the heart of photosynthesis in this sun-loving, soil-dwelling bacterium, the research team has gained a fundamental new understanding of the early evolution of photosynthesis, and how this vital process differs between plants systems.
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(PLOS) The genomes of individuals who lived on the Iberian Peninsula in the Bronze Age had minor genetic input from Steppe invaders, suggesting that these migrations played a smaller role in the genetic makeup and culture of Iberian people, compared to other parts of Europe. Daniel Bradley and Rui Martiniano of Trinity College Dublin, in Ireland, and Ana Maria Silva of University of Coimbra, Portugal, report these findings July 27, 2017, in PLOS Genetics.
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The genomes of individuals who lived on the Iberian Peninsula in the Bronze Age had minor genetic input from Steppe invaders, suggesting that these migrations played a smaller role in the genetic makeup and culture of Iberian people, compared to other parts of Europe. Daniel Bradley and Rui Martiniano of Trinity College Dublin, in Ireland, and Ana Maria Silva of University of Coimbra, Portugal, report these findings July 27, 2017 in PLOS Genetics.
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Thousands of years ago, the Canaanite people lived in a part of the world we now recognize as Israel, Palestine, Lebanon, Syria, and Jordan, establishing a culture that became influential in the Middle East and beyond. The Canaanites created the first alphabet, established colonies throughout the Mediterranean, and were mentioned many times in the Bible. But who were they and what ultimately happened to them? Were they annihilated like the Bible says?
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(Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute) In the most recent whole-genome study of ancient remains from the Near East, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute scientists and their collaborators sequenced the entire genomes of 4,000-year-old Canaanite individuals who inhabited the region during the Bronze Age, and compared these to other ancient and present-day populations. The results, published today in the American Journal of Human Genetics suggest that present-day Lebanese are direct descendants of the ancient Canaanites.
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Posted by David Beard MA, FSA, FSA Scot

An incredibly rare wooden container from the Bronze Age has been discovered on the Lötschberg mountain in Switzerland, still with detectable traces of the grains that the box contained.
The box was found at the summit of the Lötschenpass, a transit through a glacier, at an elevation of about 2,650 metres above sea level. It's thought to have remained frozen since it was lost or abandoned by its owner in 1500 BCE.
Such discoveries are rare. Only one other similar artefact has been discovered, found in another alpine pass, the Schnidejoch, about 25km to the west of the Lötschenpass. Perhaps the most famous discovery from the ice-packed Alps is Ötzi the iceman, a human discovered dating from about 3300 BCE.
Analysis of the box showed traces of spelt, emmer and barley, according to a study in the journal Scientific Reports. The research is the first time that such detailed information on food contents has been retrieved from a Bronze Age artefact.
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Posted by David Beard MA, FSA, FSA Scot


Hold on to your Viking helmet; you’re about to dig, layer by layer, into one of the most extraordinary Viking hoards ever found on the British Isles – the Galloway Hoard – with Dr Martin Goldberg, Senior Curator at National Museums Scotland

The team of metal detectorists had been working this field in Galloway for some time, but what they eventually found was way beyond their expectations.

The top layer contained eleven ingots and eleven silver arm-rings that had been flattened into bullion. They would have been made from the type of ingots they’re buried with. There’s a nice variety of decoration, with lots of punched lines and hatches. This type of arm-ring is normally found in hoards in Ireland and there are some from North Wales and from Lancashire – all around the Irish Sea, but we don’t have a lot of this particular type in Scotland. This hoard completes the circle around the Irish Sea.

They’re called a Hiberno-Scandinavian type of arm-ring and obviously the Scandinavian is the new element added to the cultural mix at the time, but they’re given that Hiberno- prefix because they’re normally found in Ireland. For me it is always the hyphen between these cultural labels where the interesting things are happening.

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MKちゃんとMCさん、久しぶりに3人でランチしてきたよ。



今回のお店は、前から気になっていた ベラポルト



中津にあります。



野菜がメインのお店なので、女子に大人気



私達が行った時も、平日なのに、開店前から女性軍団が並んでいましたが、



予約していたので、すんなり入店








お店は2Fもあって、予想に反して広かったわ(笑)





ブルーのカウンターが可愛いねぇ







美ZENランチをオーダー (1500円)


メインは、ハンバーグか魚か選べます。



かぼちゃの冷製スープ




白のメレンゲには、生姜パウダーが入ってます。


濃厚なまったりなスープではないので、サラっと飲めて美味しかったよ。



前菜




見て~ この色どり~


野菜がふんだんに使われてて、見た目も楽しめます。



野菜の前菜だけど、濃厚なポテトサラダ、


根菜が入った野菜のシュー生地の中には人参のムース、


半熟玉子の下にはイカ墨で炊いた雑穀米があって、


これだけでもお腹がいっぱい! 




メインのハンバーグ



前菜の時点でお腹がいっぱいになりつつあったので、


コテコテなハンバーグだったらどうしよう~っと思ってたら、


大豆ミートで作られたハンバーグだったので、胃もたれする事なくペロリっ



デザート (3人分盛り)





ふぅ~ 大満足ぅ~





人気のお店のせいか、1時間半制限だったので、



最後は慌ただしく感じたけど、料理がでてくるタイミングは早かったよ。



野菜好きにはたまらないお店でした




今度はディナー時間に行きたいなぁ。




リピ店リストに決定




食後は別店でミクジュ~を



大阪人が大好きミックスジュース。


柑橘フルーツが多いサラ~系よりも、



バナナ感たっぷりのトロトロ~がいいのよねぇ







ママンは野菜好きなのに、なんでデブ化してるんでちか? 




うっ。。。。それは。。。おやつのせいさ~~~

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The pioneering application of modularity analyses in archaeology yields a powerful method for highly accurate mapping of social interaction in the human past.
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Malaria was already widespread on Sardinia by the Roman period, long before the Middle Ages, as research on a Roman who died 2,000 years ago indicates.
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(University of Cambridge) The pioneering application of modularity analyses in archaeology yields a powerful method for highly accurate mapping of social interaction in the human past.
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Men could be held responsible for the failure to produce children as far back as medieval times, a new study of medical and religious texts has shown.
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7/24 ようやく前期の試験が終わった。
また9月25日(月)からは、後期の授業がスタートとなる。

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The discovery of new bones belonging to a long-necked sauropod named Austrosaurus mckillopi has been announced by a team of Australian and British palaeontologists.
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Over the past 10,000 years human cultures have expanded from small groups of hunter-gatherers to colossal and complexly organized societies. The secrets to how and why this major cultural transition occurred have largely remained elusive. A new article outlines how advances in computational methods and large cross-cultural datasets are beginning to reveal the broad patterns and processes underlying our cultural histories.

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