Old European texts from Asia and America

Stuart Harris BS, MS, MBA

Beginning in 45,000 BC, clans of mammoth hunters called Aurignacian migrated from eastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea to Europe, Asia and the Americas, traveling by skin-covered boats where possible. They were literate and left inscriptions along the way, but only those from the end of the ice age survive: an inscription at Catal Höyük in Turkey, early Chinese writing on turtle shells and pots, a baptism in Sri Lanka, a copper medallion brought up by well diggers in Indiana, a horse head owned by a Clovis hunter with matching horse head from France, and an eagle clan petroglyph from The Dalles on the Columbia River.