Oldest American Art Found On Mammoth Bone [Headlines]

Oldest American Art Found On Mammoth Bone [Headlines]

The Americas' earliest known artist was an Ice Age hunter in what is now Florida, a new study confirms.

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  • 23 june 2011

The carved bone, which depicts a walking mammoth, was found near Vero Beach in east-central Florida in 2006 or 2007. Since its discovery, scientists have been working to determine the authenticity of the 13,000-year-old artifact. Now, several experiments reveal the etching is indeed ancient, scientists reported recently in the Journal of Archaeological Science. National Geographic

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