Astronomical dating of works of art

15 Aug

The lazy brown Spoon River in Illinois has seen humans come and go for over 13,000 years.Stone-Age man drank, bathed, fished and canoed in its once pristine waters.Mystery Hill, the Upton Cave, Calendar I and Calendar II, Gungywamp and Druids Hill are just several of the names given some incredibly important historical sites of which many have never heard a whisper.But their existenceand their importanceis becoming harder and harder to hide as more are discovered and interested folk become exposed to their grandeur.Despite receiving reinforcements, the Swedes were stuck on their side of the river in November when news of the Peace of Westphalia reached the city.The Thirty Years War, one of the bloodiest conflicts in European history, had finally come to a close, ending Sweden’s campaign against the Holy Roman Empire.Others believed the markings appearing in rocks all across New England were "the action of the roots of trees." For decades nothing at all was thought of them.As any New Englander can tell you, the entire northeast is strewn with large chunks of striated stone material left from the last era of glacial recession.

The angular cuts on these stones looked much like the marks a plow makes when it strikes a submerged piece of stoneat least they looked that way to most of the simple country farmers of the day.

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Long before recorded history, Paleo Indians inhabited the upper Spoon River valley in Illinois.

These stone age people left behind stone axes, adzes, and dart tips or "arrowheads".