Category Archives: Archaeologists

Earliest Musical Instruments

Earliest Musical Instruments The earliest musical instruments were discovered in the caves of France, archaeologists have found carved bones that appear to be wind and percussion n instruments dates from about 25,000 to 20,000 B.C.E. Researchers have also identified what … Continue reading

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The First Americans

The First Americans Columbus’ “discovery” of America is a contested idea because the Americas were already heavily populated by the indigenous Native American peoples, who had developed distinctive civilizations in their own right. After Columbus, influxes of Europeans soon followed … Continue reading

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