Women and dogs were in close contact in the neolithic age of hunters-fishers-gatherers. This has been suggested by Leiden osteoarchaeologist Dr Andrea Waters-Rist and fellow researchers who have studied a tiny biological fossil. The fossil was found close to the skeleton of a female at the 8000-year-old burial site in Southern Siberia. The researchers' findings have been published in the Journal of Archaeological Science.
On Monday September 1st all lectures will start in the Van Steenis Building. Because builders and decorators are still not yet finished in all areas there will be inconvenience for the students. Faculty and UFB will therefore serve free coffee and tea.
Project investigates the landscape organization of Corded Ware groups in north-western Europe during the 3rd Millennium BC