"Another reason we thought it was men all along… ‘[M]ale archaeologists were doing the work," Snow said, and it’s possible thathad something to do with it.’”

This is exciting both in its own right, and as an example of how science can be improved by elimination of patriarchal values that attribute works to one gender or another based on assumption, rather than evidence.

In other words, it is exciting to see that so many early artists were women, and equally exciting to see scientists breaking through conditioned patriarchal thinking in order to reach better conclusions.

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