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Our archaeologists, architectural historians, historians, ethnographer, and technical and support staff are highly experienced in:
- Section 106 (NHPA)
- Section 4(f)
- State Permits
- Cultural Resource Studies
- Architectural History
- Historical Research
- Records Reviews
- Lithic Technology
- Blood Residue Analysis
- Ethnographic Studies
- And much more…
AINW Conducts Blood Residue Analysis
on 250,000-Year-Old Tools from Jordan
AINW analyzed ancient tools from Jordan for Dr. April Nowell of the University of Victoria. The tools were from a sealed deposit that was 250,000 years old. Blood protein residues were detected on 17 analyzed tools. The positive results were from bovine, camel, duck, horse, and rhino. The technical article was published in the Journal of Archaeological Science.
For more information, click the links below:
National Public Radio (NPR) interview with Dr. John Fagan, AINW
Journal articles with additional information about this discovery:
Read about our Blood Residue