Octopus lures from the Mariana Islands found to be oldest in the world

University of Guam archaeologist Michael Carson at the 2013 excavation of Sanhalom, near the House of Taga, on the island of Tinian in the Northern Mariana Islands. The excavation uncovered an octopus lure artifact from a layer that Carson has since carbon dated to 1500–1100 BC, making it the oldest known artifact of its kind … Read more