Solutreans: The First Americans? | Russell James

Tuesday, December 7th 2021, 1:05:02 am
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At the 2008 Nobel conference, Dr. Dennis Stanford, Head of the Archaeology Division at the National Museum of Natural History presents the case for the Solutrean Hypothesis, or the argument that the first Americans were not Siberian peoples, as we are told, but were actually Solutrean peoples from stone age Europe.

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