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Ancient bronze artifact discovered at Alaska archaeology site Special

Davis - A small piece of cast bronze in the shape of a buckle found by archaeologists in Alaska could help confirm ancient migrations of people from East Asia to America across the Bering Strait.
 

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The bronze artefact consists of a bar attached to an apparently broken circular ring. The top is   b...
The bronze artefact consists of a bar attached to an apparently broken circular ring. The top is beveled and the bottom is concave indicating that it was made in a mold. (Courtesy of Jeremy Foin/University of California, Davis.)
Jeremy Foin / U.C. Davis
An Inupiat Eskimo family. Inupiat people are becoming concerned in recent years that climate change ...
An Inupiat Eskimo family. Inupiat people are becoming concerned in recent years that climate change is threatening their traditional lifestyle.
George R. King
The bronze artefact consists of a bar attached to an apparently broken circular ring. The top is   b...
The bronze artefact consists of a bar attached to an apparently broken circular ring. The top is beveled and the bottom is concave indicating that it was made in a mold. A small leather ring is attached to the bar. (Courtesy of Jeremy Foin/University of California, Davis.)
Jeremy Foin/U. of California, Davis