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3.3-Million-Year-Old Stone Tools Found in Kenya
30 April 2015
From daily The Guardian in Britain:
Stone tool discovery pushes back dawn of culture by 700,000 years
Finding overturns idea that tool-making ability was unique to our own ancestors and is hailed as a “new beginning to the known archaeological record”
Hannah Devlin, science correspondent
Wednesday 20 May 2015 18.00 BST
The oldest known stone tools, dating to long before the emergence of modern humans, have been discovered in Africa.
The roughly-hewn stones, which are around 3.3 million years old, have been hailed by scientists as a “new beginning to the known archaeological record” and push back the dawn of culture by 700,000 years.
The discovery overturns the mainstream view that…
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