- Humans occupy and settle the Bluefish Caves in northern Yukon (~22,000 B.C.E ???)Read more
Bluefish Caves is an archaeological site in Yukon, Canada from which a specimen of allegedly human-worked mammoth bone has been radiocarbon dated to 24,000 years before present, earlier than the generally accepted age for habitation…
- Aboriginal Australians begin their rock painting tradition, among the oldest art in the world (~26,000 B.C.E ???)Read more
The oldest firmly dated rock art painting in Australia, dated at roughly 26,000 B.C., is a charcoal drawing on a rock fragment in the Narwala Gabarnmang rock shelter in the Northern Territory.
- Humans use ovens to cook meat possibly for first time in modern-day Czech Republic (~29,000 B.C.E.)Read more
Central Europe’s prehistoric people would likely have been amused by today’s hand-sized hamburgers and hot dogs, since archaeologists have just uncovered a 29,000 B.C. well-equipped kitchen where roasted gigantic…
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