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And the project is becoming ever more fascinating as archeologists continue uncovering additional fragments while sifting through the Stone Age garbage pit.

One fragment, which extends from the left calf to the pelvis, appears to be part of a female statue; Adonis, apparently, had a girlfriend.

Sculptors have carefully recreated the curve of the figure's buttocks and other anatomical minutiae are also clearly visible.

Archeologist Harald Staeuble is amazed at the detail. The find is clearly a remarkable one -- and is the oldest clay figure ever found anywhere in the world.

Like detectives finding clues to solve a mystery, scientists called archaeologists uncover artifacts and then make guesses about the ancient people who left them.

By comparing this light output with that produced by known doses of radiation, the amount of radiation absorbed by the material may be found.

Most mineral materials, including the constituents of pottery, have the property of thermoluminescence (TL), where part of the energy from radioactive decay in and around the mineral is stored (in the form of trapped electrons) and later released as light upon strong heating (as the electrons are detrapped and combine with lattice ions).

People lived in Missouri for thousands of years before Europeans first arrived. Three regions converge in Missouri providing a rich and diverse environment: the Great Plains, the Ozark Mountains, and the Eastern Woodlands.

Large rivers such as the Missouri, Osage, Meramec, and Mississippi provided ancient people with abundant resources, as well as a means of transportation.