Published: March 3, 2022

Paleoarchaeologist and Associate Professor of Anthropology Jamie Hodgkins talks about what it was like to live during a time of critical change on Earth roughly 10,000 years ago. In the Arma Veirana Cave in northwestern Italy, Hodgkins is part a team of researchers who recently discovered the oldest infant burial site known in Europe. The team dated the infant back 10,000 years and have been working to better understand what life may have been like for this infant and her family.

What was life like 10,000 years ago? Colorado scientists form a better picture after uncovering the earliest known female infant burial site in Europe
KUNC NPR for Northern Colorado, Feb 15