Lebombo bone

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The Lebombo Bone is a baboon fibula with incised markings discovered in the Lebombo Mountains located between South Africa and Swaziland in the 1970s.[1] Some writers have suggested that it was used as a tally stick.[2] It is roughly 35,000 years old, older than the Ishango bone.

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