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Org 29 August Three teachers on an expedition to Silanaiyakkanur forest discovered a 4,year-old neolithic petroglyph of a bull engraved on the surface of a boulder. Archaeologist R Parthiban said, "Six months ago, three teachers - A. Anbalagan, D. Thiruppathi and M.

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Muruga - found a painting on a boulder while exploring Silanaiyakkanur forest, which is 1. Recently, it was identified to be a year-old petroglyph that had a few similarities with the one found in a neolithic settlement site at Bellary in Karnataka". Asked what he inferred from the discovery, the archaeologist said, "Finding petroglyphs in Tamil Nadu is a rarity. In this case, two bull images were identified - on a hillside and another engraved atop a boulder. This shows that the people, who lived in Thallapallam during the neolithic age, had used the lands for cattle grazing".

Stone Age camp discovered in far north of Scotland.

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Remains of a Stone Age camp that was inhabited in the far north of Scotland around 8, years ago have been discovered during the upgrade of a notorious stretch of the A9 trunk road. It is thought the seasonal camp may have been used around 6, BCE with a number of flints and other small tools, used for hunting and the preparation of animal hides, discovered.

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The remains of small shelters and fires were found near Berriedale Braes and could have been left behind by the earliest inhabitants of Caithness, archaeologists believe. The archaeological finds will be displayed for the public to view at Dunbeath Heritage Museum in the coming weeks. Unknown monuments identified close to Newgrange.

Around 40 previously unknown monuments have been identified in a survey of the Bru na Boinne area close to Newgrange, about 40 kilometres north-northwest of Dublin Ireland. Researchers want to find out if the southern side of the river is as interesting as the northern side. Dr Steve Davis of the University College Dublin School of Archaeology, who has worked for over a decade on the Bru na Boinne landscape, said the newly discovered monuments appear to range from early Neolithic houses and timber enclosures, to Bronze Age burial monuments, and some early medieval farmsteads.

The area includes locations on both sides of the Boyne - within the bend of the river, and across from the megalithic tombs at Newgrange, Knowth, and Dowth. The research is part of the "Boyne to Brodgar" project examining connections between Neolithic sites in the Boyne Valley and the Orkney Islands of northern Scotland. When completed the project will have surveyed more than five square kilometres.

Dr Davis confirms that a survey revealed a spectacular monument aligned with the Winter Solstice sunrise, in a field just metres from the Newgrange passage tomb. He believes it probably developed over several phases, and comprised a timber or stone passage surrounded by a large rectangular arrangement of wooden posts, the whole enclosed with several rings of smaller timber posts. Despite significant tomb-like features Dr Davis believes it is unlikely to be a tomb, and is years younger than Newgrange.

Edited from Irish Examiner 6 August Rare prehistoric stones discovered in central France. In a first of its kind discovery in the region, around 30 prehistoric monoliths and a human skeleton have been found in a metre-long excavation in central France ahead of the widening of the A75 motorway near Veyre-Monton, about kilometres south-southeast of Paris. This is the first time that menhirs have been found in Auvergne, or anywhere in the centre of France.

The menhirs were toppled into pits and buried some time in prehistory, remaining hidden until now.

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The stones measure between 1 metre and 1. They are in a north-south alignment, in the style of megalithic Armorican monuments. Similarly to Carnac, the largest stones atood at the top of the slope towards the north, and the smallest stones closer together towards the south. One group is bordered by another alignment, of which five stones are arranged in a horseshoe curve.

Six other regularly spaced blocks form a metre diameter circle.

One stone is more sculpted, and largely anthropomorphic - the only example known in the Auvergne. It has a rounded head, rough shoulders, and two small breasts. The excavation also revealed a burial with the remains of a tall man covered by a quadrangular cairn 14 metres long and 6. Like the alignments of monoliths, this too had been deliberately erased from the landscape.

There appears to be little to help date the stones precisely, but a series of analyses are planned. Standing stones may hold answer to 60 year old dolmen mystery. Sion is a cantonal capital in southwest Switzerland. Although initially dated at approximately 2, BCE their origins and meaning had, until recently, proved to be a mystery.

Now, following archaeological investigations prior to the construction of a new residential building, some light has been shed on their possible origins. What has now been found is an alignment of six standing stones. Half of these stones were also adorned with anthropomorphic engraving, very similar to the dolmens uncovered in Couple this with the fact that the stones also showed signs of having been deliberately broken, led the team from the Department of Buildings, Monuments and Archaeology to the conclusion that the two sites may well have a common history, although a substantial amount of further research is needed before that can categorically be established.

Edited from Swissinfo. Evidence of cereal production found in Bronze Age Austria.

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The Austrian Archaeological Institute has recently been carrying out excavations on a hill fort called Stillfried an der March, located at the crossroads of two major trade routes and which was a settlement of the Late Urnfield period, particularly the period between 1, and BCE. Due to its strategic position is was chosen as a good grain storage depot but there was also quite a lot of evidence of commercial activity and trade, including textile and metal products.

The find which is causing the excitement is that of some dried and charred cereal rings, similar in shape but larger than the modern day commercial breakfast cereal known as 'Cheerios'. These were found in a silo pit alongside clay ring fragments. Cite Citation.

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