Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Dolni Vestonice

Archaeological site found in 1985 in Moravia, Czechoslovakia, dated to 27-25 kya, and that contains Upper Paleolithic artifacts including three living structures and some of the earliest ceramics consisting of figurines and fired clay. The site also contained fine needles made of bone and possibly evidence of woven textiles. Hominid remains include three adorned Cro-Magnons thought to have been buried at the same time.

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