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    New Study to me.

    I was wondering how many of you have checked out these type of artifacts and what you thought about them. I have just recently started looking and reading on these type. Some are very interesting. Just type it in for your search and then hit images and you can pick the one you want to read. The type is "Acheulean Culture Style Stone Tools"
    Let me know what you thought about it.
    Thanks, rock
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    A Tnet search will give you alot of consolidated info on that. There was hundreds of thousands of years of cultural periods before the comparatively recent Clovis people in paleo North America. [url]http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acheulean
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    You have the right avatar photo for that one Tom

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    NC, Acheulean is an Old World, not a New World culture. Tom is showing a killer example of an Acheulean hand axe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charl View Post
    NC, Acheulean is an Old World, not a New World culture. Tom is showing a killer example of an Acheulean hand axe.
    Not certain of your insinuation. My quartz piece is a hand axe of some sort. While I'm posting, let me thank you Charl, for what ever you meant by your comment on my find. I saw this thread earlier today and had planned on posting my personal thoughts on acheulean hand axes. You just reinforced my thoughts on them. I have found many hand axes that fit the mold for these acheulean axes, yet, mine never are allowed to hold the title. They sort of fall in the same place as the paleo end scraper for me. A tool that was used in all periods. Can some one tell me what keeps these from being acheulean hand axes?

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    This is a topic that really confuses me. Help!!
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    Dude..just use the link I posted. You won't find that stuff where you are.....well they haven't ...Mabey when we were still connected by techtonic plates something could be here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GatorBoy View Post
    Dude..just use the link I posted. You won't find that stuff where you are.....well they haven't ...Mabey when we were still connected by techtonic plates something could be here.
    Exactly!! Why are they such a hot commodity if the odds of finding one are one in nine zillion. That is unless you go to Africa. It puzzles me that they are brought up so often. I really do need to read up on them a bit more.
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    Yeah I found it to be interesting. There is no known site ever documented for a site in the U.S.A. that I could find. The closest one I found was in Arizona. Then the person that was looking at it said it was probably middle to late Paleo and they were quartz artifacts. I am still looking at sites and finding them interesting. The only thing I dont agree on is some are trying to include the rock art ones. The ones that stack the rocks together and try to make a statue. I forget the name of it and just skip through that part to the tools. They are quite crude at times. Most of the places that have sites are Africa and Spain. There is a island that they have discovered 9 different sites on it with tools that is 200 miles from any other land source and they say that the people had to come by boat. The sites were 500,000 yrs old. So they are saying they came by boats or rafts. It is hard to think that they had boats way back then. It would be amazing if somebody could find a site of that culture here in the US.
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    It really turns into a study of Homo Erectus. I'm not sure of the island you're talking about But at that time Oceans existed where there are deserts now And islands were the top of mountains On dry land. You can't just look at the way the things are laid out now.

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    I read a bunch of pages and different sites on it but I guess I should of book marked that one. The island started with a C and that is all I can remember about it. We have gotten 4 inches of rain just this week so no hunting for me for a week or so till it dries out some. All the creeks look like rivers around here.
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    Classic!

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    Did you know.... we all have neanderthal D.N.A. in us? Aisians having the most at 4%..African Americans having the least at 1% roughly.

 

 
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