What Significance did the Ancient Nomads Attach to Stones?
- 03.12.2019 08:23
Man and stone have been inextricably linked since ancient times. Our ancestor connected a wooden stick with a stone tip and made the first hunting tools - that is how humanity entered the Stone Age era.
Natural stones have become part of our material culture.
What significance did the ancient nomads attach to stones?
What secrets do the stone balbals keep? We can learn all that from the next episode.
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