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    Jul 16, 2013

    Archaeologists May Have Found Where Time Itself Was Invented

    The world's oldest calendar was believed to be discovered in Scotland. Archaeologists from the University of Birmingham found a series of excavated pits that seem to track the lunar calendar. Evidence shows that they were created about 10,000 years ago -- which is 5,000 years earlier than when scientists previously thought the oldest calendar was from.

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