Urine residues as evidence of livestock in Neolithic Anatolia; molten metal in Roman road repair; shallow Yukon River reveals artifacts; Russian farmer stumbles upon Sarmatian burial mound.

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Urine residues in central Turkey are key to understanding domestication of livestock.

Molten metal used in ancient Roman road repair.

Shallow river levels reveal swathes of Canadian historical artifacts.

Russian farmer accidentally uncovers ancient Sarmatian burial mound.