Archivo de Etiquetas:: historia

Archaeologists make two important discoveries. […]

La mayoría de los pergaminos en los que se escribieron los Rollos de Qumrán son de piel de oveja, y alguno de vaca. Ahora investigadores israelíes han conseguido analizar su material genético, lo que ha permitido juntar piezas de una […]

El Ministerio de Ciencia homenajea en plena pandemia al padre de la neurociencia e ignorado pionero de la vacunación […]

Some of the world’s more famous and closely examined archaeological sites pepper the hillsides of the Central Andes, documenting an invention of farming and the rise and fall of powerful civilizations such as the Inca. Now, the largest study of […]

In the late 1980s, workers excavating a new subway line in downtown Mexico City stumbled upon a long-lost cemetery. Documents showed it had once been connected to a colonial hospital built between 1529 and 1531—only about 10 years after the […]

When yellow fever swept through 19th-century New Orleans, immunity became so valuable, people were willing to go to extreme lengths for protection. […]

When Wari colonists arrived in the Moquegua Valley of southern Peru some 1400 years ago, people already living there were likely nervous. The Wari state, with its capital city of Huari high in the Andes near what is now Ayacucho, […]

En diciembre de 2020 se cumplen 90 años del neutrino, una de las partículas más fascinantes de la física moderna. Hoy te vamos a contar cómo empezó su historia. […]

El plomo era muy popular la antigua roma, pero, ¿se usaba tanto como para provocar un envenenamiento masivo de la población? […]

Outbreaks have sparked riots and propelled public-health innovations, prefigured revolutions and redrawn maps. […]