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Brain processing of language and music

Dear List, Given the frequent (and I think plausible) suggestion that language may have evolved in part out of music, this paper in Neuron out recently (from
Steve Farmer
11:36 AM
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Re: Update on cat domestication

Thanks, rodo, and nice follow-up, Jo. Leopard cats are still found throughout China in the wild, but are no longer domesticated, and apparenlty the current
Dan Lusthaus
Feb 1
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17162

Re: Update on cat domestication

Because of the leopard cat’s appellation as Prionailurus bengalensis, I wondered what the evidence for its presence in BENGAL is, or was at one time. This
JK
Jan 31
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Update on cat domestication

Kater Murr's latest study on cats that matter in Afro-Eurasia, transmitted by rodo. ***** VigneJean-Denis, Evin Allowen, Cucchi Thomas, Dai Lingling, Yu Chong,
Rodo Pfister
Jan 31
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17160

John and Mary Brockington Rāmāyaṇa a rchive

Dear ALL, the following message from J&M> Brockington will be of interest to many Asianists…. Michael W. ============ Dear Colleagues, We are pleased to
Michael Witzel
Jan 27
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17159

CALL FOR PAPERS: 10th Annual Conference on Comparative Mythology

The International Association for Comparative Mythology 10th Annual Conference Time and Myth: The Temporal and the Eternal http://www.compmyth.org
markandeia
Jan 27
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17158

Re: Genomic signature of caste system?

I wrote: [Mod. note. Any discussion on our List needs to revolve around the original study, not a short (and predictably unreliable) news story about it. The
Steve Farmer
Jan 26
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17157

Genomic signature of caste system?

[Mod. note. Any discussion on our List needs to revolve around the original study, not a short (and predictably unreliable) news story about it. The full paper
mvaidhy
Jan 26
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17156

Analyzing data in late Neolithic tombs

Neat paper summarizing many current lab techniques used in reconstructing the human story in neolithic archaeological sites. Full paper here, published in PLoS
Steve Farmer
Jan 22
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17155

Re: Indo-European folklore paper, et al.

Thanks for these. Joanna k. From: Indo-Eurasian_research@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Indo-Eurasian_research@yahoogroups.com] Sent: Saturday, January 16, 2016 7:39
JK
Jan 17
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17154

Indo-European folklore paper, et al.

Dear All, This coming Wednesday, check out Royal Society Open Science (http://rsos.royalsocietypublishing.org/) for some papers of interest to this group,
dere1or
Jan 17
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17153

Major review of recent aDNA studies

Dear List, Here is the link to a major new review (from the Wellcome Trust) of the revolutions going on in ancient DNA studies -- which are quickly overturning
Steve Farmer
Jan 13
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17152

Earliest tea as evidence for one branch of the Silk Road across the

Paper on tea history, illuminating ancient contact routes by LU Houyuan et al. in Scientific Reports, February 2016, 6:18955 | DOI: 10.1038/srep18955
Rodo Pfister
Jan 9
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17151

Inca Khipus Translation Breakthrough?

Dear List, An *extremely* important announcement -- a real breakthrough -- I pass on from the most important Mesoamerican research list (Aztlan). Original post
Steve Farmer
Jan 5
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17150

Re: Beginning Greek, again and again

Amusing musings, certainly. Amusing in part because they seem to reflect the prejudice of the author as much as they reflect a genuine problem that demands a
richardwsproat
Jan 3
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