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These handprints are some of our earliest ancestors' autographs!  Gua Tewet, the tree of life. Borneo, Indonesia. Much the same as indigenous Australians' ancestor "autographs"

These handprints are some of our earliest ancestors' autographs! Gua Tewet, the tree of life. Borneo, Indonesia. Much the same as indigenous Australians' ancestor "autographs"

Prehistoric paintings in Phillipp’s Cave, Usakos, Namibia. Stone tools found in this site have been dated to 3,500 BCE. “ This cave, 3km off the road, contains the famous white elephant painting....

Prehistoric paintings in Phillipp’s Cave, Usakos, Namibia. Stone tools found in this site have been dated to 3,500 BCE. “ This cave, 3km off the road, contains the famous white elephant painting....

7000 Years Ago Saharan Africans Milked Cows, Made Cheese. A rock art image, between 5,000 and 8,000 years old, depicts domesticated cattle. It's from Wadi Imha in the Tadrart Acacus Mountains in the Libyan Sahara. Dating of residue in food preparation bowls confirms milk consumption in the Sahara 7,000 years ago. (Roberto Ceccacci © The Archaeological Mission in the Sahara, Sapienza University of Rome )

7000 Years Ago Saharan Africans Milked Cows, Made Cheese. A rock art image, between 5,000 and 8,000 years old, depicts domesticated cattle. It's from Wadi Imha in the Tadrart Acacus Mountains in the Libyan Sahara. Dating of residue in food preparation bowls confirms milk consumption in the Sahara 7,000 years ago. (Roberto Ceccacci © The Archaeological Mission in the Sahara, Sapienza University of Rome )

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