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South America: The Original Cultures - Ancient Man and His First Civilizations

South America: The Original Cultures - Ancient Man and His First Civilizations - story of the enigma of Norte Chico civilization believed to have descended from the migration from east AFRICA years ago

A Chinese scholar and government official named Wang Yirong is credited with realizing that some of these bones were inscribed with ancient writing and thus had historical significance.  Today, they are called “oracle bones” and they constitute the best window available into the history, language and culture of ancient China.  Because they involve specific dates, they are also an indispensible means of exploring the ancient Chinese calendar and its astronomical underpinnings

Oracle Bones - A Chinese scholar and government official named Wang Yirong is…

The Cave of the Swimmers, Egypt.   figures are about the size of a human hand.  The cave and rock art was discovered in 1933 by László Almásy.  The Neolithic rock paintings of people swimming, estimated to have been made 10,000 years ago during the most recent Ice Age. When found many people did not believe they could  represent actual swimmers. In 2007,Eman Ghoneim discovered an ancient Mega-Lake (30,750 km²) buried beneath the sand of the Great Sahara in the Northern Darfur region, Sudan.

Cave of the Swimmers, estimated to have been made years ago during the most recent Ice Age. In Eman Ghoneim discovered an ancient Mega-Lake km²) buried beneath the Great Sahara, Northern Darfur region, Sudan.

Ancient Aircraft    http://www.crystalinks.com/ancientaircraft.html#

Images of petroglyphs in Panama, ancient rock carvings that are to be found throughout the country.

30,000-year-old handprint found in Chauvet Cave in France.

The Altamira cave paintings

Painted Cave Art of the Chumash Indians Indigenous peoples of Southern California

Painted Cave Art of the Chumash Indians Indigenous peoples of Southern California The Chumash lived in the present-day counties of Santa Barbara, Ventura, and San Luis in southern California during the late period of history (ca. 1300 to

Yuchanyan and Xianrendong Caves - Oldest Pottery in the World Upper Paleolithic Pottery in China.  20,000-Year Old Pottery Fragment from Xianrendong, West Section 2A.

20,000 Year Old Pottery from Two Upper Paleolithic Sites in China

Two of the pottery fragments found in a cave in China-New research team reports that pottery sherds from Xianrendong Cave in Jiangxi Province, China are years older than other East Asian/Japanese pottery finds-Posted on June 2012

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