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headlines found matching 'Archaeological evidence'
Thu March 25, 2021
(Smithsonian Magazine)
 
 
 
This 12,500-year carved figurine MAY have been a "ritual object" , but based on knowing human beings all my life, I'm gonna suggest an "alternate explanation" of it's intended uses
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Tue March 23, 2021
(Some Guy)
 
 
 
Research has found that Native Americans tried to help the Donner Party, but the travelers preferred to chew the fat with each other
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Sat February 27, 2021
(BBC-US)
 
 
 
Tea time in America
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Mon February 01, 2021
(Ars Technica)
 
 
 
Who's been a good boy for the past 23000 years? You've been a good boy. Yes, you have. You want a mammoth steak?
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Tue January 26, 2021
(CNN)
 
 
 
Your dog's ancestors migrated to the Americas about 15,000 years ago, probably looking for top quality steaks
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Wed January 13, 2021
(CNN)
 
 
 
Oldest known painting of an animal discovered in cave. Cecilia Giménez restoration to follow shortly
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Tue January 12, 2021
(Smithsonian Magazine)
 
 
 
If the alphabet ever seems peculiar, consider that it was created by people who couldn't read. Who writes this stuff, anyway?
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Mon December 28, 2020
(Discover)
 
 
 
Turns out the dark ages weren't so dark after all
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