A study published Thursday in the journal Science shows the first people to settle in the Arctic weren't Inuit but rather ‘Paleo-Eskimos’ — a Siberian people not genetically related to today’s Inuit or First Nations people.
Lithic and osseous tools recovered from the only known Clovis burial site, discovered in Montana in 1968 and found in association with the Clovis-child, whose genome reveals close genetic affiliation with all contemporary Native Americans [Credit: Sarah Anzick]
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An Ainu woman with mugwort leaves in her scarf - While walking/working in the places where devils were thought to be present, Ainu people used to put branches of mugwort on their head, usually along two ears wrapping by a scarf, and facing the upside of the branches forward. This links to an article regarding more about the Ainu uses and beliefs regarding mugwort.