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Fell's Cave (9000–8000 B.C.) | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

“Fell’s Cave, a rock shelter in the valley of the Río Chico not far from the Strait of Magellan, was initially occupied by hunters around B. who left behind an impressive layer of refuse.

Ancient Native American carved and engraved bone game pieces, Aucilla River, Florida. Collection of Stephen Parfitt, Springfield Illinois.

Ancient Native American carved and engraved bone game pieces, Aucilla River, Florida. Collection of Stephen Parfitt, Springfield Illinois.

Paleolithic - Humans may have taken part in long-distance trade between bands for rare commodities and raw materials (such as stone needed for making tools) as early as 120,000 years ago in Middle Paleolithic.

Humans may have taken part in long-distance trade between bands for rare commodities and raw materials (such as stone needed for making tools) as early as years ago in Middle Paleolithic.Paleolithic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Celtic tools, 10000-5000 BC, Tuscany. Top row, arrowheads; middle row, spear points; bottom row, hand axes and spearhead.

Arrowheads Date: ca. Culture: probably European Medium: Stone, flint, bronze Classification: Archery Equipment-Bows Credit Line: Gift of Garrett C.

Projectile Point Flaking Patterns and Cross-Section Shapes from University of Minnesota.

Projectile Point Flaking Patterns and Cross-Section Shapes from University of Minnesota.

Obsidian Artifact - Early Man - Authentic - 'Authentic Early man blade; Southern Oregon' - Len Wood's Indian Territory

Obsidian Artifact - Early Man - Authentic - 'Authentic Early man blade; Southern Oregon' - Len Wood's Indian Territory

UK: Dig discovers 9000-yr-old remains at Didcot - One of the flint arrowheads found at the dig - 1/22/13, http://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/news/

UK: Dig discovers remains at Didcot - One of the flint arrowheads…

Clovis culture tools- The Clovis culture aka. Llano culture is a prehistoric Paleo-Indian culture, named after distinct stone tools that were found at sites near Clovis, New Mexico. The Clovis culture is characterized by the manufacture of "Clovis points" and distinctive bone and ivory tools. Archaeologists' most precise determinations at present suggest that this radiocarbon age is equal to roughly 13,500 to 13,000 years ago.

Clovis May Not Have Been First in the Americas, But They Were Flashy

A flaked blade unearthed from the Chesapeake Bay along with a mastodon skull shows evidence of weathering in open air, then saltwater marshes, and finally the ocean. Because sea levels submerged the area about 14,000 years ago, the weathering suggests that the tool was made at least that long ago, and that people may have been living on the Atlantic Coast at that time

Fisherman Pulls Up Beastly Evidence of Early Americans

Interesting theory on the first peopling of North America

Did the Solutreans settle America first?

Did the Solutreans settle America first? A controversial new archaeological theory says the continent’s earliest humans may have come from Europe, not Asia Biface lithic blade

Authentic Corner Tang Arrowhead Artifact Texas Archaic Paleo Point Knife COA | eBay

Authentic Corner Tang Arrowhead Artifact Texas archaic paleo point knife coa in Collectibles, Cultures & Ethnicities, Native American: US, Artifacts

EXCEPTIONAL OREGON COLUMBIA PLATEAU POINT. [A very fine example of flintknapping, est. 2000 B.P.]

EXCEPTIONAL OREGON COLUMBIA PLATEAU POINT Arrowhead Authentic Indian Artifacts

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