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TAG: Clovis

  • Around the World November/December 2021

    MICHIGAN

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    (Daryl Marshke/Michigan Photography)
  • Off the Grid March/April 2021

    Alibates Flint Quarries National Monument, Texas

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    (Courtesy Paul Katz)
  • Top 10 Discoveries of 2018 January/February 2019

    Early Americans

    Florence, Texas

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    (Produced by N Velchoff ©The Gault School of Archaeological Research)
  • Around the World September/October 2018

    MONTANA

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    (Courtesy Michael R. Waters)
  • Around the World January/February 2017

    ARGENTINA

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    (Courtesy Daniel Rafuse)
  • Digs & Discoveries May/June 2014

    First American Family Tree

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    (Courtesy Sarah Anzick)
  • Digs & Discoveries January/February 2012

    Migrating Away from Clovis

    In mid-October 2011 the journal Science published a reexamination of a mastodon bone originally excavated in the late 1970s at the Manis site in northwestern Washington State. Embedded in the bone, one of the mastodon's 19 ribs, was the tip of a bone projectile. Using DNA analysis, a team led by Texas A&M University archaeologist Michael Waters determined that the point was itself fashioned from mastodon bone.

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  • Digs & Discoveries Jul 01, 2011

    Early Americans Went Coastal

    Stone tools found at three sites in California's Channel Islands show that a group of people adapted to coastal living had moved into North America by about 12,200 years ago.

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  • Features Jan 01, 2011

    Undiscovery of the Year - Clovis Comet

    It's commonly believed that North America's Clovis culture came to an end around 12,900 years ago, when their characteristic spear points disappeared from the archaeological record.

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