Tom Maugh

Science and Medical Writer, Los Angeles Times

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A 4.4 million year-old skeleton  has been uncovered  in the Ethiopian desert, which is adding some new insight into how our evolutionary ancestors looked and behaved.

Skeleton of 4.4 Million-Year-Old Human Ancestor Discovered

A 4.4 million year-old skeleton has been uncovered in the Ethiopian desert, which is adding some new insight into how our evolutionary ancestors looked and behaved.

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According to Homer, it took the Odysseus ten years to get home to Greece after the Trojan War some 3000 years ago.

The Real Eclipse in the 'The Odyssey' Myth

According to Homer, it took the Odysseus ten years to get home to Greece after the Trojan War some 3000 years ago.

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