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"Grumpy Tortoise" By Yvonne Wright

"Grumpy Tortoise" By Yvonne Wright

"King For A Day"by Yvonne Wright

"King For A Day"by Yvonne Wright

Researchers studying clay balls from Mesopotamia have discovered clues to a lost code that was used for record-keeping about 200 years befor...

Clues To Lost Prehistoric Code Discovered

Researchers have discovered clues to what may be the first data storage system, a lost prehistoric code hidden in clay balls in Mesopotamia.

About 7000 years ago in what is now Southwest Germany, was a city called 'Herxheim', a city that was mysteriously abandoned. A few years ago, Dr. Bruno Boulestin and his team were investigating the region, when they hit a grave containing the bones of 500 people. The marks on the bones show that the bodies were skinned and had their flesh removed using techniques almost identical to those for butchering animals. One researcher suggested that some of the victims could even have been…

These artifacts and remains were found in an ancient city in Germany called Herxheim. The city dates back to years ago and the human remnants found show clear signs of flesh-stripping, which is a preparation for cannibalism.

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Meritaten was the second daughter of six born to the Egyptian Pharaoh Akhenaten and his Wife Nefertiti.

Using powerful ground-penetrating radar, investigators working around Stonehenge have detected a trove of previously unknown burial mounds, chapels, shrines, pits — and most remarkable of all — a massive megalithic monument made up of more than 50 giant stones buried along a 1,082-foot-long c-shaped enclosure.

Archaeologists Have Made An Incredible Discovery At Stonehenge

Digital mapping uncovers ‘super henge’ that dwarfed Stonehenge Stonehenge_new_monuments_distribution

"Hello There 2" by Yvonne Wright

"Hello There by Yvonne Wright

Homo neanderthalensis lived from 200,000 yrs ago till extinction about 28,000 yrs ago. The first early humans to wear clothing, which was due to their living in glacial environments. They may have been the first early species to have language, bury their dead, and exhibit symbolic behavior.

1.8-million-year-old skull shakes mankind’s family tree

this is a facial reconstruction of a neanderthal based on a model of a skull, by John Gurche. i read an article that they’ve mapped the neanderthal genome, and could theoretically clone one, provided.

"Little Family" by Yvonne Wright

"Little Family" by Yvonne Wright

(Millennium Oldest Gold) Oldest Gold Lion figurines. ca 2nd half of the 3rd millennium BCE. Georgian National Museum. Georgia.

Lion figurine Gold, height sm Kakheti, Tsnori Museum Museum of Georgia Collection Archaeology Period Second half of the millennium B.

Oldest Jewelry Found in Morocco Cave. Tiny shells coated in red clay are the oldest known human ornamentation.  So far, 13 shells dated to 82,000 years ago have been found in the Grotte des Pigeons at Taforalt in eastern Morocco.

Oldest Jewelry Found in Morocco Cave. Tiny shells coated in red clay are the oldest known human ornamentation. So far, 13 shells dated to years ago have been found in the Grotte des Pigeons at Taforalt in eastern Morocco.

Cat: Late Period–Ptolemaic Period Date: 664–30 B.C. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt Medium: Pale blue faience

Faience Cat: Late Period–Ptolemaic Period Date: B. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt Medium: Pale blue faience

The British Museum in London is doing its level best to hype a new exhibition dubbed “Ice Age Art: Arrival of the Modern Mind” by trotting out objects and details like these, reminding us that conventional notions about our Ice Age ancestors’ aesthetic abilities tend to underestimate their level of sophistication.

40,000-Year-Old Ice Age Art To Go on Display in London

British Museum - Ice Age art: arrival of the modern mind // mage: Bison sculpted from mammoth ivory. Found at Zaraysk, Russia, about years old. Zaraysk Museum of Art and History.

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