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To: locogringo who wrote (751852)10/15/2021 5:51:05 PM
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This discovery puts the bow on the anamoly of Monte Verde, a housing compound at the tip of South America dated to at least 13,000, possibly 30,000 years ago.

I studied Monte Verde as an anthropology major in the 1990s and it was controversial even then. Did not match the earliest lithic cultures then known in North America, so there was a lot of skepticism that the site really was that old, at the furthest terminus of the Western Hemisphere.

Now it is a yawner.

en.wikipedia.org
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