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Recent discoveries, and new analyses of old evidence, are revolutionizing the way scientists look at human history.
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For the field that studies everything human, the past year has been one of great upheaval and radical revelations.
Tree-ring dating helps answer questions about pre-Columbian life in the Mesa Verde region.