Turkey bones may help trace fate of ancient cliff dwellers

NewsResearchers say they have found a new clue into the mysterious exodus of ancient cliff-dwelling people from the Mesa Verde area of Colorado more than 700 years ago: DNA from the bones of domesticated turkeys.Contributed Author: Dan Elliot, Associated PressTopics: Archaeology

Turkey bones may help trace fate of ancient cliff dwellers

Researchers say they have found a new clue into the mysterious exodus of ancient cliff-dwelling people from the Mesa Verde area of Colorado more than 700 years ago: DNA from the bones of domesticated ...

Thu 17 Aug 17 from Phys.org

Turkey Bones May Help Trace Fate of Ancient Cliff Dwellers, Thu 17 Aug 17 from Laboratory Equipment

Turkey bones may help trace fate of ancient cliff dwellers, Thu 17 Aug 17 from AP

Ancient DNA used to track Mesa Verde exodus in 13th century

Ancient DNA used to track the mass exodus of Ancestral Pueblo people from Colorado's Mesa Verde region in the late 13th century indicates many wound up in the Northern Rio Grande area north ...

Thu 10 Aug 17 from Phys.org

Ancient DNA used to track Mesa Verde exodus in 13th century, Thu 10 Aug 17 from ScienceDaily

CU study: Ancient DNA used to track Mesa Verde exodus in 13th century, Thu 10 Aug 17 from Eurekalert

Archaeologists discover lost native American civilisation

A team of researchers, including the University of Oklahoma, decided to compare DNA of domesticated animals like dogs and turkeys from two sites to discover the fate of the Anasazi. ...

Thu 10 Aug 17 from Daily Mail

Turkey DNA helps scientists track Mesa Verde migration

Sometime in the late 13th century, the Ancestral Puebloans of Colorado's Mesa Verde abandoned their homes, ending 700 years of continuous human occupation.

Thu 10 Aug 17 from UPI

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