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La maestría de la gastronomía mexicana vernácula complementa el arte de la conversación en espacios donde la luz actúa como un elemento transformativo, cambiando la escala y el volumen del espacio, así como nuestra percepción de él.
Suttie estimated the site to be between 11,600 and 12,200 years old.
The site appears to be located on what would have been a beach on a shoreline, which was determined by using predictive measures.
Archaeologists say a campsite unearthed just metres from a new highway in Fredericton could be more than 12,000 years old.
The campsite held 600 artifacts, most of which were from tool making, as well as a fire pit containing ancient charcoal.