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"This could go back about two million years," said Zahi Hawass, the secretary general of the Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquities. "It could be the most important discovery in Egypt," he told Reuters.
Archaeologists found the footprint, imprinted on mud and then hardened into rock, while exploring a prehistoric site in Siwa, a desert oasis.
Originally posted by GemwolfI couldn't find a source to second it, but according to Loren Coleman, this is it:
Up to this point the main focus of Egyptian archaeology was of course be the "Pharonian" history - but it seems there are much more to it than just Pyramids and hieroglyphs. (Or perhaps the one does not have to exclude the other?)
Originally posted by SG-17
Either someone was mucking around in time, or this further supports Atlantis, in the time Plato set it.(Which would include humans evolved much earlier)