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Evidence for European presence in the Americas in ad 1021

Radiocarbon-based approach capable of subannual precision resolves the origins of the site of Por-Bajin

A 5700 year-old human genome and oral microbiome from chewed birch pitch

Anchoring historical sequences using a new source of astro-chronological tie-points

Radiocarbon-based chronology for dynastic Egypt

Exploring Dietary Differentiation in the Roman Province of Macedonia: Isotopic Evidence from Pontokomi-Vrysi and Nea Kerdylia-Strovolos

Going against the grain?: The transition to farming in the Dutch wetlands re-examined (5000–4000 BCE)

High-resolution Bayesian chronology of the earliest evidence of domesticated animals in the Dutch wetlands (Hardinxveld-Giessendam archaeological sites)

Single-year 14C dating of the lake-fortress at Āraiši, Latvia

The chronology of Gezer from the end of the late bronze age to iron age II: A meeting point for radiocarbon, archaeology egyptology and the Bible

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Vikings Actually Reached the Americas Long Before Columbus

Los vikingos ya estaban en América hace ahora justo 1.000 años

Vikings did reach North America a thousand years ago — and now we know exactly when

Ancient solar storm pinpoints Viking settlement in Americas exactly 1,000 years ago

The Vikings were 1,000 years ahead of Columbus

¿Quetzalcóatl era vikingo? Así se generó esta leyenda

Grote Europese subsidie voor Michael Dee

Archéologie : en 1021, les vikings avaient déjà découvert l'Amérique

Sonnensturm vor 1.000 Jahren belegt, wie früh Wikinger bereits in Amerika gelebt haben

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