Current technology in the examination of ancient man
Part of the The Man in the Ice book series (3262, volume 3)
In recent years there has been an explosive outburst of research in the quest for information about the life, disease and death of Ancient man.
KeywordsPolymerization Chain Reaction Egyptian Mummy Explosive Outburst Powerful Magnetic Field Ancient Human Remains
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