Thursday, February 23, 2012

Archaeology Update

The Raw Story: Brazilian archeologists have discovered an ancient rock carving they say is at least 10,000 years old, making it the oldest human carving in the Americas.

The claim, detailed in an article in the online scientific journal PLoS ONE, opens the controversial debate over when and how humans populated the Americas.

The 30 centimeter (12 inches) carving is of a man with a “C” shaped head, three fingers per hand and an oversized phallus.

1 comment:

Cap'n Bob said...

Or as Stilwell calls it, Self Portrait.