Stone Age man-made artefacts

Stone Age man-made artefacts

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Caption: Stone Age man-made artefacts. Close-up of two very large fashioned stone implements found at an archaeological site near Iringa, southern Tanzania, in the 1960s. They each measure around 35 centimetres long (compared to the 30mm paperclips), are very heavy and no-one has been able to suggest a specific utilitarian purpose for them.

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