Enkapune Ya Muto
|Alternative name||Twilight Cave|
|Location||Mau Escarpment of Kenya|
Enkapune Ya Muto, also known as Twilight Cave, is a Late Stone Age site on the Mau Escarpment of Kenya. Beads made of perforated ostrich egg shells found at the site have been dated to 40,000 years ago. The beads found at the site represent the early human use of personal ornaments.
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Prehistoric cave sites, rock shelters and cave paintings
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