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The Mystery of Red Deer Cave

The Mystery of Red Deer Cave

A Mesolithic-age artefact, made from the antler of a red deer, trawled from the bottom of the North Sea in the area of Doggerland, a former landmass in the southern North Sea that connected Great Britain to mainland Europe during and after the last Ice Age, surviving until about 6,500 or 6,200 BCE, then gradually being flooded by rising sea levels.

A Mesolithic-age artefact, made from the antler of a red deer, trawled from the bottom of the North Sea in the area of Doggerland, a former landmass in the southern North Sea that connected Great Britain to mainland Europe during and after the last Ice Age, surviving until about 6,500 or 6,200 BCE, then gradually being flooded by rising sea levels.

The Orkney "Wife" was found in at the golf links at Noltland on the Island of Westray in 2009 by Archaeologist Jakob Kainz in a midden (old rubbish tip) filled with the brittle bones of deer, cattle and fish. Made from Old Red Sandstone from the island of Eday, the venus like figurine is the only known Neolithic carving of a human form to have been discovered in Scotland.

The Orkney "Wife" was found in at the golf links at Noltland on the Island of Westray in 2009 by Archaeologist Jakob Kainz in a midden (old rubbish tip) filled with the brittle bones of deer, cattle and fish. Made from Old Red Sandstone from the island of Eday, the venus like figurine is the only known Neolithic carving of a human form to have been discovered in Scotland.

The anthropologist and the kurgans | john hawks weblog

The anthropologist and the kurgans | john hawks weblog

Our human ancestors and their relatives – in pictures | A potential new species of human, dubbed the Red Deer Cave people, has been discovered in China, adding another branch to the evolutionary tree of hominids

Our human ancestors and their relatives – in pictures

Our human ancestors and their relatives – in pictures | A potential new species of human, dubbed the Red Deer Cave people, has been discovered in China, adding another branch to the evolutionary tree of hominids

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Hittite Sun of Life (voyageAnatolia.blogspot.com) Tags: life voyage trip travel red sculpture sun art history archaeology museum bronze turkey ancient gate earth geometry prayer trkiye turkiye ceremony horns turquie trkei creation staff sacred spike stick stargate horn disc artifact tp archeology ankara turquia hittite artifacts deers anatolia antiquity hittites turqua antiquities tyrkiet turchia anatolian ceremonial hitit alem turska fotogezi feldzeichen voyageanatolia

The "Orkney Wife" was found in at the golf links at Noltland on the Island of Westray in 2009 by Archaeologist Jakob Kainz in a midden (old rubbish tip) filled with the brittle bones of deer, cattle and fish. Made from Old Red Sandstone from the island of Eday, the Venus - like figurine is the only known Neolithic carving of a human form to have been discovered in Scotland.

The "Orkney Wife" was found in at the golf links at Noltland on the Island of Westray in 2009 by Archaeologist Jakob Kainz in a midden (old rubbish tip) filled with the brittle bones of deer, cattle and fish. Made from Old Red Sandstone from the island of Eday, the Venus - like figurine is the only known Neolithic carving of a human form to have been discovered in Scotland.

Deer mask; Oklahoma, LeFlore County, Spiro, Craig Mound; 1200-1400 A.D.; red cedar and marine shell, 11 1/2 x 6 1/4 inches; Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of the American Indian, Washington, D.C.

Deer mask; Oklahoma, LeFlore County, Spiro, Craig Mound; 1200-1400 A.D.; red cedar and marine shell, 11 1/2 x 6 1/4 inches; Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of the American Indian, Washington, D.C.

Perforated red deer antler-beam mattock. This mattock was found in 2004 on the foreshore of the Thames at Surrey. It has a chamfered (right angle) cutting edge, an oval shaft and an oval perforation which has been neatly drilled throught the beam. The short 'blade' of the mattock has been created with a single angled axe strike.     Date  8500 BC - 2200 BC

Perforated red deer antler-beam mattock. This mattock was found in 2004 on the foreshore of the Thames at Surrey. It has a chamfered (right angle) cutting edge, an oval shaft and an oval perforation which has been neatly drilled throught the beam. The short 'blade' of the mattock has been created with a single angled axe strike. Date 8500 BC - 2200 BC

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