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Friday, June 17, 2022

 
Ancient Humans Tamed Fire as Early as 1 Million Years Ago, Study Suggests
https://flip.it/B47TqI

 
Ancient DNA traces origin of Black Death
https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-022-01673-4
 
ASHA's 2022 Conference - Registrations Now Open!
Kia ora koutou,
We are pleased to announce that registrations for ASHA's 2022 conference, in the Bay of Islands, New Zealand, are now open. 
Registrations can be found here
More information is available about conference here.
Please note that early bird registrations close on 25 August and that paper offers are due by 31 August.
Also, for those of you travelling from overseas, please note that the New Zealand government will no longer require a negative pre-departure covid test before entering Aotearoa New Zealand (from 21 June). Covid-related travel information can be found here
Any queries, please email conference@asha.org.au.
 
World's 'Earliest Domestication' of Fruit Trees Reveals 'Complex Society' in the Jordan Valley
https://flip.it/7698nu

 
Century-old 'Frozen Charlotte' dolls unearthed in archaeological dig in Christchurch CBD | Stuff.co.nz
 
Professional tans - well male versions.
https://s3-us-west-1.amazonaws.com/groupsioattachments/80390/91700096/704/0?AWSAccessKeyId=AKIAJECNKOVMCCU3ATNQ&Expires=1655064615&Signature=PknyHgw2Zw%2F7Xbjd6FWzNWW%2BymI%3D&response-content-disposition=inline%3B+filename%3D%22facebook_1655001540875_6941579582898263040.jpg%22

 
Wreck of Royal Navy warship sunk in 1682 identified off Norfolk coast
The wreck of a Royal Navy warship which sank in 1682 while carrying the future king James Stuart has been identified off the coast of Norfolk.  The wreckage of HMS Gloucester was actually found in 2007 by two brothers, Julian and Lincoln Barnwell, alongside their late father and two friends, following a four-year search which covered an area of more than 5,000 nautical miles

https://www.theguardian.com/science/2022/jun/10/hms-gloucester-wreck-of-royal-navy-warship-sunk-in-1682-identified-off-norfolk-coast
  
RNZ Navy assists with Buffalo research see p 14
https://issuu.com/nzdefenceforce/docs/navytoday_issue265

 
Auckland Museum's Greeks
https://fb.watch/dzFTEfA69_/

 
Ancient DNA unearths cultural "explosion" in Pacific
https://www.miragenews.com/ancient-dna-unearths-cultural-explosion-in-798465/
 

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