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1 Neanderthals Were Capable of Making Cords | Archaeology
2 The Fascinating World of Neanderthal Aesthetics
3 World’s oldest yarn hints that Neanderthals had basic math skills
4 What the world's oldest piece of string reveals about the Neanderthal mind
5 Neanderthal cord weaver
6 40,000-year-old yarn suggests Neanderthals had basic maths skills
7 This is the oldest known string. It was made by a Neandertal
8 The World’s Oldest String Belonged To an Enterprising Neanderthal
9 Fibre fragment strikes a chord
10 We Have Evidence That Neanderthals Knew How To Make String From Fibre: That Changes Many Things We Assumed About Them, Including Difference With Humans
11 Neanderthal Smorgasbord
12 Oldest Cord String from 50,000 years Ago Suggests that Neanderthals Are Smarter than We Think
13 5 things to know today
14 Despite Pandemic, CSU Archaeology Students Dig In To Campus History During Field School
15 New Research Suggests Humans Invented String at Least 120000 Years Ago
16 120,000-year-old necklace tells of the origin of string
17 Discoveries: Some new things we've learned this week from the world of science.
18 Here's one thing that's not terrible about the pandemic
19 New evidence of broader diets for archaic Homo populations in the northwestern Mediterranean
20 Stone Age humans weren't necessarily more advanced than Neanderthals
21 Student makes big discovery during anthropology dig on battle site
22 Evidence for precision grasping in Neandertal daily activities
23 Top Ten Myths about Neanderthals