Yesterday, Noah, who is 10 years old and lives in Fairfax, Virginia, visited the National Museum of Natural History to meet with archaeologists and donate his finding, which experts say is a Clovis point. Strong similarities with points produced by the Solutrean culture in the Iberian peninsula of Europe have been noted, leading to the controversial Solutrean hypothesisthat the technology was introduced by hunters traversing the Atlantic ice-shelf, meaning some of the first American humans were European. Around 10, radio carbon years before presenta new type of fluted projectile point called Folsom appeared in archaeological deposits, and Clovis-style points disappeared from the continental United States. He reached into the water and pulled out an object. It was about the length of his palm and the color of charcoal.
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This Fifth Grader Found a 14,000-Year-Old Clovis Point, Likely Unearthed From Hurricane Sandy
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