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Ancient Egyptian temple to the sun cult uncovered near Cairo

Archaeologists have unearthed the remains of a 4,500-year-old temple dedicated to the Egyptian sun god Ra at the site of Abu Ghurab, about 12 miles (20 kilometers) south of Cairo.

Early Bantu speakers crossed through the dense Central African Rainforest 4,000 years ago

The Bantu Expansion transformed sub-Saharan Africa’s linguistic, economic, and cultural composition. Today, more than 240 million people speak one of the more than 500 Bantu languages.

Ancient ‘Ghost Footprints’ in Utah Are The Find of a Lifetime, Researchers Say

Archaeologists recently stumbled upon a set of mysterious ‘ghost footprints’ in the salt flats of a Utah desert.

Shape of human brain has barely changed in past 160,000 years

An analysis of fossils suggests changes in the shape of the braincase during human evolution were linked to alterations in the face, rather than changes in the brain itself

The Rise of Casual Shrooms

Once the reserve of hippies and those going on “journeys”, magic mushrooms have evolved into another casual party drug alongside booze or MDMA.