Wednesday, September 16, 2009

34,000 Year Old Twine Woven by Ancient Humans

Humans who lived 34 thousand years ago in a cave in the Republic of Georgia were making clothing from dyed, woven fibers. Scientists who discovered the fibers say they are the oldest known examples of human-made cloth and rope. Check out the rest of the blog post here:

Be sure to look at the comments below the article as well - especially about the 'annoying hemp' bracelets ;-)

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