Archaeologists Unearthed A Stone Age Village In Israel That Could Help Rewrite Human History

Image: Austin Chad Hill/Leore Grosman via The Times of Israel

In the valleys of Jordan, in Israel, archaeologists are excavating the fascinating remnants of an ancient settlement. And as the team recover relics and artifacts from the site, a startling picture begins to emerge – one that’s shedding new light on the lives of the humans who lived there over 10,000 years ago.

Image: Kglavin

Beginning some two million years ago, the Stone Age ushered in a time of great change for early humans. Yes, having learned to craft weapons and tools, they took their first steps on the long road to civilization as we know and recognize it today.

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