India digs a cave! Marvel at the discovery of "stone weapons - stone extraction art", estimated to be the olde

India digs a cave! Marvel at the discovery of "stone weapons - stone extraction art", estimated to be the oldest of 48,000 years.
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India digs a cave! Marvel at the discovery of "stoneสล็อตเฮงๆweapons - stone extraction art", estimated to be the oldest of 48,000 years.
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After the researchers spent time excavating a cave in the deep forest. It is about 10 kilometers from the village of Kolochi in the Sindhudurg region of Konkan region. Researchers found the area in 2021 and spent a year digging and extracting the rocks inside the cave.

 

Dr. Dej Kark, Head of Maharashtra State Archeology Unit It was revealed that nowhere else in the world would you find rock art like this. And it is believed that such artifacts could provide further clarification on the way of life of the ancestors.

while Mr. Rutiwit Apte, an expert who researches the art of stone extraction in the Kokan region and one of the cave excavators Small stone tools are said to be around 10,000 years old, while large tools can be as old as 20,000 years.

Archaeologist Dr Parath Zhaohan said chemical processes were used to analyze the residues that could be present on the artifacts. and will help determine whether the object What did you use in the past? The verification process will take approximately 2-3 months to find the exact time of these stone tools. but initially estimated that the age between 10,000-48,000 years

The expedition team discovered stone carvings of animals, birds, people and geometric patterns hidden beneath the soil in several villages in the Kokan Plateau. In total, 1,700 stone art pieces were found from 132 sites in 76 neighboring villages of Sindhudurg and Rattanakiri districts.


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