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Researchers uncover prehistoric art and ornaments from Indonesian.
Griffith University archaeologists are part of a joint Indonesian-Australian team that has unearthed a rare collection of prehistoric art and ‘jewellery’ objects from the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, dating in some instances to as early as 30,000 years ago.
The Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution (ARCHE) team, based in Griffith’s Environmental Futures Research Institute, together with Indonesian colleagues, have shed new lht on ‘Ice Age’ human culture and symbolism in a paper published in .
RADIOCARBON DATING BLOOD RESIDUES ON PREHISTORIC.
The study was co-led by Associate Professor Adam Brumm, an Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellow and Dr Michelle Langley, who also holds a fellowship from the ARC, and is the country’s leading expert in the study of ancient ornaments and bone technology.
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“Scientists have long been curious about the cultural lives of the first ventured beyond India into the Southeast Asian tropics and the island chains east of continental Eurasia, known as ‘Wallacea’.
Dating prehistoric artifacts:
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