The oldest image of a star pattern, that of the famous constellation of Orion, has been recognised on an ivory tablet some 32,500 years old. The tiny
sliver of mammoth tusk contains a carving of a man-like figure with arms and legs outstretched in the same pose as the stars of Orion.
It's sad to think that 1300 generations at the very least have lived underneath the same stars, whose form changes so slowly, that not even one that
could live a million years, would notice any real change among them. Simply the changed positions as our earth wobbles
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