1. Earliest African slaves in Mexico were beaten, shot and riddled with disease, study finds  Daily Mail
  2. Skeletons found in a mass grave reveal the horrors endured by African slaves – including gunshot wounds and d  The Sun
  3. Transatlantic slavery introduced infectious diseases to the Americas  New Scientist News
  4. Three men were buried in Mexico 500 years ago. DNA and bones reveal their stories of enslavement  Science Magazine
  5. African skeletons from early colonial Mexico tell the story of first-generation slaves  Phys.org
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Three skeletons unearthed at a mass grave on the grounds of Hospital Real de San José de los Naturales, an early colonial period hospital in Mexico City were studied by scientists.Three skeletons unearthed at a mass grave on the grounds of Hospital Real de San José de los Naturales, an early colonial period hospital in Mexico City were studied by scientists.

Earliest African slaves in Mexico were beaten, shot and riddled with disease, study finds | Daily Mail Online

The remains of three slaves found in Mexico contain the earliest signs of the hepatitis B virus and yaws bacteria in the Americas, suggesting transatlantic slavery introduced these diseasesThe remains of three slaves found in Mexico contain the earliest signs of the hepatitis B virus and yaws bacteria in the Americas, suggesting transatlantic slavery introduced these diseases

Transatlantic slavery introduced infectious diseases to the Americas | New Scientist

SKELETONS found in a mass grave in Mexico reveal the horrors endured by the first African slaves transported to Latin America 500 years ago. Three skeletons unearthed by scientists show evidence of broken bones, gunshot wounds, and the introduction of infectious diseases from Africa.SKELETONS found in a mass grave in Mexico reveal the horrors endured by the first African slaves transported to Latin America 500 years ago. Three skeletons unearthed by scientists show evidence of…

Skeletons found in a mass grave reveal the horrors endured by African slaves – including gunshot wounds and disease

Born and raised in West Africa, the men survived violence and chronic disease in the AmericasBorn and raised in West Africa, the men survived violence and chronic disease in the Americas

Three men were buried in Mexico 500 years ago. DNA and bones reveal their stories of enslavement | Science | AAAS

“Dear @ProfessorCrunk, I'm interested in writing a paper about the Islamic/Arabic slave trade (of Africans). You and I both know that @realDonaldTrump is to blame. I'm trying to iron out my arguments. Any chance of a collaboration? I can come and deliver a lecture at @RutgersU.”

Gad Saad on Twitter: "Dear @ProfessorCrunk, I'm interested in writing a paper about the Islamic/Arabic slave trade (of Africans). You and I both know that @realDonaldTrump is to blame. I'm trying to iron out my arguments. Any chance of a collaboration? I can come and deliver a lecture at @RutgersU."

“"Despite the wealth of knowledge regarding the transatlantic slave trade, the history of enslaved Africans forcibly brought to Latin America" --> remains largely ignored in English scholarship #slaveryarchive #twitterstorians https://t.co/0YXQtwN0W1”

Ana Lucia Araujo, PhD on Twitter: ""Despite the wealth of knowledge regarding the transatlantic slave trade, the history of enslaved Africans forcibly brought to Latin America" --> remains largely ignored in English scholarship #slaveryarchive #twitterstorians https://t.co/0YXQtwN0W1"

“"The Warmley Giant"—a terrifying concrete image of Neptune clad in a cloak of copper slag erected c. 1750 by William Champion at his Brasworks and Rococo Garden at Warmley. A monument to the profits he drew from making copper wire for the West African slave trade #MuseumsUnlocked”

Dan Hicks on Twitter: ""The Warmley Giant"—a terrifying concrete image of Neptune clad in a cloak of copper slag erected c. 1750 by William Champion at his Brasworks and Rococo Garden at Warmley. A monument to the profits he drew from making copper wire for the West African slave trade #MuseumsUnlocked… https://t.co/9jqJt2fCwF"

“'Imported microbes probably killed tens of millions of people.' (...) It 'changed the course of history not just in Europe & the Americas but also in Africa: faced with a labor shortage, the Spanish increasingly turned to the slave trade.' https://t.co/7hMuzSUxiZ via @NewYorker”

Chris Alexander on Twitter: "'Imported microbes probably killed tens of millions of people.' (...) It 'changed the course of history not just in Europe & the Americas but also in Africa: faced with a labor shortage, the Spanish increasingly turned to the slave trade.' https://t.co/7hMuzSUxiZ via @NewYorker"

Slaves buried in a 16th century grave in Mexico had hepatitis B and yaws, suggesting the slave trade helped spread some versions of those diseases.

Skeletons suggest the slave trade brought some diseases to Mexico | Science News

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These three African skeletons unearthed in Mexico detail the horror of the early Atlantic slave trade, along with the transfer of culture and pathogens thaThree African skeletons unearthed in Mexico are detailing the horror of the early Atlantic slave trade, along with the transfer of culture, ideas, and path

The Story Of African Skeletons Buried In Mexico Reveal The Horrors Of The Slave Trade | IFLScience

Five centuries after Charles I of Spain authorized the transport of the first African slaves to the Viceroyalty of New Spain, the ancestry of the hundreds of thousands of abducted and enslaved people ...

African skeletons from early colonial Mexico tell the story of first-generation slaves

Three skeletons belonging to African individuals have been uncovered at a mass grave in Mexico City. They represent some of the first African people to arrive into slavery in the New World. An interdisciplinary analysis of these remains is shedding new light on this grim period of history and the harsh conditions endured by the first wave of enslaved Africans in the Americas.Three skeletons belonging to African individuals have been uncovered at a mass grave in Mexico City. They represent some of the first African people to arrive into slavery in the New World. An interdisciplinary analysis of these remains is shedding new light on this grim period of history and the harsh conditions endured by the first wave of enslaved Africans in the Americas.

Three African Skeletons Found in Mexico Show Horrors of Early Slavery in the New World