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Prehistoric jewelry reveals 9 distinct cultures across Stone Age Europe
by Jennifer Nalewicki
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29 January 2024
On 29 January 2024 Live Science reported:
Prehistoric humans adorned themselves with different types of beads depending on their culture and location in Europe. Tens of thousands of years ago, prehistoric humans in Europe adorned themselves with such a wide variety of beads that researchers have classified nine distinct cultural groups across the continent based on their location and distinctive styles.
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The researchers focused on the Gravettian period, which stretched between 34,000 and 24,000 years ago and was defined by hunter-gatherers who were also adept artisans, according to a study published Monday (Jan. 29) in the journal Nature Human Behaviour.
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