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France: Une fouille révèle des silex taillés de 300.000 ans - Wikistrike

Year Old Flint Tools Discovered In Northern France -- The deposits, at Etricourt Manancourt in the Picardie Region of France, document the history of early European settlements, revealing at least five prehistoric levels, ranging between and years old.

The grave of a man dating to around 2,300BC was discovered three miles from Stonehenge by Wessex Archaeology staff in May 2002. His grave was the richest from this period (the early Bronze Age) ever found in Britain and contained the country’s first gold objects.

The grave of a man dating to around was discovered three miles from Stonehenge by Wessex Archaeology staff in May His grave was the richest from this period (the early Bronze Age) ever found in Britain and contained the country*s first gold objects.

Neanderthal jewelry from the Cueva de los Aviones and Cueva Antón sites in southern Spain dating to about 50,000 years ago. This is 10,000 years before modern humans arrived.

Neanderthals in Shell Jewelry: Proof of Intelligence? Artifacts from the Cueva de los Aviones and Cueva Antón sites in Spain. Painted shells used as jewellery by Neanderthals, years ago.

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.

World's Oldest Known Spear  --  The Schöningen Javelin  --  Dates from approximately 400,000 BCE  --  Via Irish Archaeology

World's Oldest Known Spear - The Schöningen Javelin - Dates from approximately BCE - One of three spears found at Schöningen, Germany in Photocredit: Chip Clark, Smithsonian Institution.

In the world of archaeology, often the most amazing discoveries are accidental with far reaching significance. A woman in New Jersey stumbled upon an artef

New Jersey woman discovers 10,000 years old spearhead on the beach

For the third time since last summer, an ancient artifact has been found on a New Jersey beach. Scientists at the New Jersey State Museum in Trenton determined it to be another projectile point, made by Paleoindians at least years

new report on ~500,000 year old spear points that predate the oldest known by 200,000 years.

A collaborative study found that human ancestors were making stone-tipped weapons years ago at the South African archaeological site of Kathu Pan 1 -- years earlier than previously thought.

Mousterian Bifacial Handaxe (Mousterian: a style of predominately flint tools assigned to Neanderthals) Middle Paleolithic period - 80,000-40,000 years ago - 3.54" (9 cm) length x 2.95" (7.5 cm) width - Northfleet, Kent, England

Middle Paleolithic Stone Age, Mousterian Bifacial Handaxe -- Circa years old -- Mousterian: A style of predominately flint tools assigned to Neanderthals -- Excavated in Northfleet, Kent, England.

Jasper_Chert_cobble_Martin_Point_Talbert_County_MD.JPG 600×537 pixels

Jasper_Chert_cobble_Martin_Point_Talbert_County_MD.JPG 600×537 pixels

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