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Early modern humans could have spent their evenings sitting around the fire, playing bone flutes and singing songs 40,000 years ago, newly discovered ancient musical instruments indicate.
The bone flutes push back the date researchers think human creativity evolved.
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They also found a collection of perforated teeth, ornaments and stone tools at the site.
"These results are consistent with a hypothesis we made several years ago that the Danube River was a key corridor for the movement of humans and technological innovations into central Europe between 40,000 and 45,000 years ago," study researcher Nick Conard, of Tübingen University, said in a statement.
Variations, such as those induced by ageing, for instance, can be seen in this curve in the form of clearly visible and measurable displacements of the curves peaks.
It was discovered that the displacement along the curve of the absorption peaks of certain molecules corresponded to the progressive increase in their age irrespective of temperature, humidity, and place of origin.
So far the lack of suitable instruments has prevented absolute dating.
Halfway through the last century, two scientific methods (radiocarbon and dendrochronology) were devised which immediately proved to be of extreme interest for the study of the Earth and of humanity.
"Geißenklösterle is one of several caves in the region that has produced important examples of personal ornaments, figurative art, mythical imagery and musical instruments.