New information has come to light recently from the cave of Sibudu, in South Africa. The remains of hearths were uncovered by a team of archaeologists led by Lyn Wadley, an honorary professor in the School of Geography, Archaeology and Environmental Studies at the University of the Witwatersrand. Aspects of the excavation results are discussed in a paper in the journal Quaternary International.
Daily Archives: May 20, 2012
A rare hammerhead, believed to have been fashioned from the antler of a red deer stag thousands of years ago, has been discovered in a cave in the Burren by a team of archaeologists led by IT Sligo lecturer Dr Marion Dowd.