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Mohanjo Daro Ruins
What 5,000-year-old skeletons can tell us about living with climate change
By Kate Yoder
Medieval drawing about The Black Death
An Unequal Blow: In past pandemics people on the margins suffered the most
By Lizzie Wade

SCIENCE | 15 May 2020 | Vol 368, Issue 6492 | pp. 700-703 | DOI: 10.1126/science.368.6492.700

How humans changed the face of Earth: Archaeological evidence shows that anthropogenic changes began earlier and spread faster than previously estimated
By Neil Roberts

SCIENCE | 30 August 2019 | Vol 365, Issue 6456 | pp. 865-865 | DOI: 10.1126/science.aay4627

Cranium with Leprosy
Violence, infectious disease, and climate change contributed to Indus civilization collapse
Appalachian State University
Surprising discoveries from the Indus civilization: Archaeologists say the Indus civilization wasn't nearly as peaceful as popularly thought
Traci Watson
Graphic about violence
The battle over violence: Under the long shadow of Rousseau and Hobbes, scientists debate whether civilization spurred or inhibited warfare--and whether we have the data to know
Andrew Lawler

SCIENCE | 18 May 2012 | Vol 336, Issue 6083 | pp. 829-830 | DOI: 10.1126/science.336.6083.829

Archaeological Excavation
Letter from California: A new look at the Donner Party
Julie Schablitsky

ARCHAEOLOGY MAGAZINE | May/June 2012 | Vol 65, Number 3 |

Cranium with Leprosy
South Asian bioarchaeology: Human-Environment interaction and paleopathology in the Indus civilization
Ritu Gairola Khanduri


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Skeleton pushes back leprosy's origins: Telltale bone erosion indicates disease has been around for at least 4000 years
Constance Holden

SCIENCE | 27 May 2009 | DOI: 10.1126/article.31189

What happened at Alder Creek: Excavating the Donner Party
Dana Goodyear
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