Mysterious Wooden Statue Predates Stonehenge, the Pyramids

The Big Shigir Idol, a 17-foot wooden statue found in western Siberia in 1890, has puzzled researchers for decades with its unreadable hieroglyphics.

And now the mystery has deepened. A new analysis reveals that the statue is 11,000 years old, more than a millennia older than was originally thought. That makes Big Shigir the oldest wooden sculpture in the world, and more than double the age of the pyramids in Egypt or the structures of Stonehenge. 

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