Rocking Art From 44,000 Years Ago
Adam Brumm, Archaeologist, Griffith University
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Archaeologists have discovered what could be the world’s oldest recorded story in the form of rock art in a remote cave in Sulawesi, Indonesia. But are there still things we can learn from these art forms?
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