12 Crucial Archaeology Findings Of 2018 That Have Left Historians Puzzled

2018 might have been the year when one of the biggest American archaeology questions was answered, and that is – who were the first people to live in America? Until now, schools taught children that the first people to live in the territory of America were named Clovis, a culture that came to North America from Siberia around 13,000 years ago. Now, after doing more in-depth research, scientists believe that… Read More

2018 might have been the year when one of the biggest American archaeology questions was answered, and that is – who were the first people to live in America? Until now, schools taught children that the first people to live in the territory of America were named Clovis, a culture that came to North America from Siberia around 13,000 years ago. Now, after doing more in-depth research, scientists believe that people might have come to America far earlier than that. Excavations in Texas revealed previously unknown tools that are older than 13,000 years, amongst these tools, were blades, projectile points, and flake tools oldest of which date to between 20,000 and 16,000 years ago making them thousands of years older than any tool known to belong to the Clovis people.

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