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News: Underwater caves off Yucatan yield three old skeletons—remains date to 11,000 B.C.
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Stone Age Art Caves May Have Been Concert Halls - UPDATES

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« on: July 01, 2009, 11:33:17 am »








Analyzing hand stencils dating back some 28,000 years in Spain's El Castillo cave, archaeologist Dean Snow concluded many of El Castillo's artists had been female.

"The very long ring finger on the left is a dead giveaway for male hands," he said. "The one on the right has a long index finger and a short pinky--thus very feminine."

His findings suggest women's role in prehistoric culture may have been greater than previously thought.



—Photographs by
Roberto Ontanon Peredo,

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Dean Snow
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