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What can strontium tell us about the birth of patriarchy? Make the connection, with EU-science (Womam Project)

Make the connection with EU-science’ is a series of explanatory videos focusing on the scientific content and exploitation aspects of EU research projects.

In this particular video, we look at how the WOMAM project dug into the roots of patriarchy by examining traces of strontium isotopes in ancient bones.

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    Francisco Sánchez D. and José Ruiz F., members of the ATLAS research group, have presented the conference “Five Millennia of large Stones for the dead ” , and scientific poster “Space, time, territory and landscape in the iberian megasites of 3º millennium”, during the Landscape Archaeology Conference, in Madrid, Spain.