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Who Walked the Roads to Rome? Isotopes Provide Clues Options
Daemon
Posted: Saturday, February 13, 2016 5:00:00 AM
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Who Walked the Roads to Rome? Isotopes Provide Clues

Who really lived in ancient Rome? During the first few centuries AD, the city may have had 1 million residents: a huge size for an ancient city, but only a sliver of the empire's almost 60 million residents, connected across diverse cultures and languages. But ... More...
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Isotope of carbon indeed given the clues of origin.
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