Ancient civilizations in Peru might have played this 3,000-year-old shell trumpet as part of a religious ceremony. Click to enlarge this image. Jyri Huopaniemi 3,000-Year-Old Trumpet Played Again Scientists analyze tunes from 3,000-year-old conch-shell instruments for insight into pre-Inca civilization
Gumelnita FigurineThe Hamangia culture began around 5250/5200 BC and lasted until around 4550/4500 BC. It was absorbed by the expanding Boianculture in its transition towards the Gumelnitsa.Its cultural links with Anatolia suggest that it was the result of a settlement by people from Anatolia, unlike the neighboring cultures, which appear descended from earlier Neolithic settlement.> wikipedia
A superb example of one of the early Jomon pots with four pointed shoulders and elaborate spiral decoration. The Jomon Culture in Japan is one of the strangest Prehistoric cultures in the world. It was extremely long lived, beginning in the Upper Palaeolithic around 13000 BC and lasting down to around 800 BC, but they never developed agriculture but remained based on foraging for nuts and fish.