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  1. Dennis at |

    Leaving out the Dead Sea Scrolls renders this list totally without any credibility.

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  2. Nick at |

    Cool list!

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  3. Tufty at |

    Nice shot at a difficult list, i disagree with dennis in that although the dead sea scrolls are important there are several far more important discoveries – Exempli gratia:

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2010/apr/08/fossil-skeletons-unknown-human-ancestor

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lascaux

    the rosetta stone is a given, probably would have been better named 10 unusual archaeological finds
    ALSO NUMBER 6 IS NOT AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIND ITS PALENTOLOGICAL FIND.

    But asides that some nice stuff there.

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  4. Tanner at |

    One of the worst lists on here. Principally because it left off the greatest and rarest find in all human history. australopithecus sediba.

    Please have a look at this link below and do some reading around it and tell me if I am wrong
    http://www.sciencemag.org/site/extra/sediba/

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