The bone is telling a story via the portrait of a fisherman, with spear in hand, catching a large fish. On the other end of the canvas there are a series of chevrons, tally marks, recording the number of previous catches perhaps? A story bone, nonetheless, containing the earliest recorded human train of thought.

 

This piece is the second story bone of it’s kind. The first story bone was a depiction of a mastodon charging through a village of teepees, a traumatizing event for the tribe, and certainly an event worth recording.

 

Read more at Vero Fossil Hunters – Mammoth bone

 

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