Archaeological Dig in Papua New Guinea Unearths 3,000-Year-Old Pottery

A team of Australian and New Zealand archaeologists has unearthed the oldest known pottery from Papua New Guinea at the remote highlands site of Wañelek in the Bismarck Range, in Papua New Guinea’s Madang Province. Nearly 20 sherds of red-slipped pottery were collected from the site, some with incised decoration. The sherds are small and [...] —> Read More