Worth recycling this story. From Archaeology News:
“In the same layer, where we found a Denisovan bone, were found interesting things; until then it was believed these were the hallmark of the emergence of Homo sapiens. First of all, there were symbolic items, such as jewelry, including the stone bracelet as well as a ring, carved out of marble,” Derevyanko told The Siberian Times. Details of the ring have not been released, but the bracelet, fashioned from imported chlorite, is fragile and thought to have been worn only on special occasions by an elite woman or child. “The ancient master was skilled in techniques previously considered not characteristic for the Palaeolithic era, such as easel speed drilling, boring tool type rasp, grinding and polishing with a leather and skins of varying degrees of tanning,” Derevyanko said. (May 7, 2015)
This video is fairly recent (2022):
Looks like we are going to have to scratch the Denisovans off the ape-man list too. The way things are going, we might end up having to mock up those apelike ancestors using CGI.
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3 Replies to “Denisovan bracelet from 30,000 – 40,000 years ago shows high degree of skill”
Can someone point me to where engineers predicted this? (Or journalists?)
either your IQ dropped recently (more than usual) or you are playing some weird games with us …
What the article says, is, that YOU Darwinists haven’t predicted this :))))))))
in other words, YOU DARWINISTS WERE WRONG AGAIN ….