Last summer, at a place called Star Carr, just outside Scarborough, north Yorkshire, archaeologists discovered what is being described as the oldest Mesolithic art in Britain. It’s an 11,000-year-old carved shale pendant, and it was found in an area of the site where they’d also found red deer skulls that had probably been used as headdresses. It’s being called a pendant because it’s got a hole in it, and it’s being called art because it’s...
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