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Potentials and limitations for the identification of outdoor dung plasters in humid tropical environment: a geo-ethnoarchaeological case study from South India

Dung has been an important material used by humans since at least the early Neolithic Period. It accumulated within domesticated animal enclosures and it was used as fuel and fertiliser as well as construction material. While the formers were studied in details, to date, the use of dung as a construction material received less attention. Here, we present a geo-ethnoarchaeological...

How Do Hunter-Gatherer Children Learn Subsistence Skills?

adaptations to high altitudes, paleoclimates, and variation in lithic technology. Noa Lavi is a PhD student in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Haifa. She holds a BA in archaeology from Tel

Site Formation Processes and Hunter-Gatherers Use of Space in a Tropical Environment: A Geo-Ethnoarchaeological Approach from South India

Hunter-gatherer societies have distinct social perceptions and practices which are expressed in unique use of space and material deposition patterns. However, the identification of archaeological evidence associated with hunter-gatherer activity is often challenging, especially in tropical environments such as rainforests. We present an integrated study combining ethnoarchaeology...

New Rising Infection: Human Herpesvirus 6 Is Frequent in Myeloma Patients Undergoing Autologous Stem Cell Transplantation after Induction Therapy with Bortezomib

Lavi,1 Tsila Zuckerman,1,3 Noam Benyamini,1 Zipi Kra-Oz,4 Viki Held,1 and Irit Avivi1,3 1Department of Hematology and Bone Marrow Transplantation, Rambam Health Care Campus, P.O. Box 9602, Haifa 31096