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Topic - Lucinda Backwell
Poison-tipped arrows and jewelry made of ostrich eggshell beads found in South Africa show modern culture may have emerged in the area about 30,000 years earlier than previously thought, according to two articles published Monday.
Poisoned-tipped arrows and jewelry made of ostrich egg beads found in South Africa show modern culture may have emerged about 30,000 years earlier in the area than previously thought, according to two articles published on Monday.
"They all have a specific reason we understand, that's why we can name them," Backwell said.
Backwell said the discovery reinforces the theory that modern man came from southern Africa.