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Nabta Playa: The world's first astronomical site was built in Africa and is older than Stoneheng (www.discovermagazine.com)

This 7,000-year-old stone circle tracked the summer solstice and the arrival of the annual monsoon season. It’s the oldest known astronomical site on Earth.

 

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Qianlong reticulated vase found in remote country house estimated at $9m (en.thevalue.com)

This Stone Age man's jawless skull was found on a spike. Here's what he looked like. (www.livescience.com)