Aurignacian Humans enjoyed Music; Upper Palaeolithic flutes found in Germany

Excavations in the summer of 2008 at the sites of Hohle Fels and Vogelherd in Germany produced new evidence for Palaeolithic music in the form of the remains of one nearly complete bone flute and isolated small fragments of three ivory flutes. Continue reading “Aurignacian Humans enjoyed Music; Upper Palaeolithic flutes found in Germany”

Hearth structures in Klissoura cave 1, Greece; the oldest evidence for the emergence of ceramic technology (~32-34 kyr BP)

Hearth structures are probably one of the first expressions of space-specific skills. Building a fireplace is a sign of permanence. Such structures are used repeatedly and can survive beyond the limits of the seasonal occupation. Continue reading “Hearth structures in Klissoura cave 1, Greece; the oldest evidence for the emergence of ceramic technology (~32-34 kyr BP)”

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