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The Middle Stone Age was a period of African prehistory between the Early Stone Age and the Later Stone Age, generally considered to have begun around 280,000 years ago and ended around 50–25,000 years ago.
While more recent discoveries of much older human artistic endeavors have corrected our understanding (consider the 2008 discovery of a 100,000-year-old paint workshop in the Blombos Cave on the southern coast of Africa), the stones remain the oldest examples of figurative art from the African continent.
Their discovery contributes to our conception of early humanity’s creative attempts, before the invention of formal writing, to express their thoughts about the world around them.
Its Chris Holt aka The Toy Viking back with another blog and this time its about the new 5-Inch Doktor A Dunny that is officially released online at
Continued The post The Doktor A 5-Inch Dunny Available Online Now at Kidrobot.com! Ahhhh Yeah, its Thursday which means that we are close to Friday! But it also means that it’s another Throwback Thursday Post by the one and only Chris Holt aka The Toy Viking… We all are part of the hype, and even if you aren’t you still understand the importance of the Adult Swim in current day.,” during the very popular MOPARS at the RED BARNS car show and swap meet that takes place at the Gilmore Car Museum on Saturday, July 29 from 9am to 3pm.annual consecutive Vintage Motorcycle Show and Swap Meet held at the Museum and is considered one of the largest events of its kind in the Midwest., the Gilmore Car Museum will host a “Farewell to the Sports Cars” open-house where visitors will have a change to get a last look at these iconic cars and mingle with the vehicle owners that help make this exhibit possible.Nearly 400,000 automotive patents, dating from 1790, donated to the Gilmore Car Museum’s Research Library The most comprehensive assemblage of automotive related patents in existence, both foreign and domestic and dating back to 1790, has been transferred to the Gilmore Car Museum’s Research Library from Kettering University of Flint, MI.