Flax Fibres Dated to 34,000 Years BP Found at Dzudzuana Cave, Georgia

News of an exciting and illuminating discovery in Georgia, which has revealed that people living 34,000 years ago had mastered the art of making materials from processed wild flax, prompting speculation that such items as ropes, containers and even clothes and shoes were routinely manufactured by anatomically modern humans. Back in July I wrote a... Continue Reading →

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