1. Social Inequality, Marriage Habits, and Other Clues to Bronze Age Life Revealed in New Study  Gizmodo
  2. Four-thousand-year-old family trees show deep roots of social inequality  Nature.com
  3. Social inequality in Bronze Age households  Phys.org
  4. Ancient European households combined the rich and poor  Science News
  5. Why are adult daughters missing from ancient German cemeteries?  Science Magazine
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Social inequality already existed in southern Germany 4000 years ago, even within one household, a new study published in the journal Science finds. Archaeological and archaeogenetic analyses of Bronze ...

Social inequality in Bronze Age households

Genealogies gleaned from ancient human genomes are set to transform archaeology. Genealogies gleaned from ancient human genomes are set to transform archaeology.Genealogies gleaned from ancient human genomes are set to transform archaeology.

Four-thousand-year-old family trees show deep roots of social inequality

DNA and artifacts reveal marriage and inheritance patterns among Bronze Age farmersDNA and artifacts reveal marriage and inheritance patterns among Bronze Age farmers

Why are adult daughters missing from ancient German cemeteries? | Science | AAAS

Homes combined “haves” and “have-nots” in a male-run system, suggests a study that challenges traditional views of ancient social stratification.

Ancient European households combined the rich and poor | Science News

The foreign brides imported en masse were also treated as elites, going by their grave goods, but they had lowly local staff buried with nothing***

Prehistoric Downton Abbey: Bronze Age Germans had earliest known household staff - Archaeology - Haaretz.com