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The comb was dug up at Tel Lachish in Israel by a team from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Southern Adventist University in the US.
We do know that our kin were exposed to fire — or at least aware of it — two million years ago, well before the arrival of modern humans.
An interview on the strains and rewards of conserving the past and allowing community outlooks to direct heritage administration in Somalia and Somaliland.
"This article offers the first publication of the mummified remains of two tattooed women in conjunction with three unpublished figurines with tattoo motifs from Deir el-Medina."
The amulet features markings such as a fist holding a sword, letters, and a set of wings.C