Ancient astronomical knowledge can be inferred through the study of the alignments and other aspects of these archaeological sites.
At the risk of making the response perhaps a bit longer than it might otherwise need to be and, perhaps, a bit more pedantic in places that it might otherwise need to be, this seemed like the most appropriate approach.
There is no intent with this approach to insult anyone’s knowledge or intelligence but simply to be thorough and comprehensive.
Excavations in the Lesedi Chamber were carried out in three areas, with most of the fossil specimens coming from area UW 102a, including the partial LES1 skeleton, nicknamed ‘Neo’.
The LES1 skeleton includes a relatively complete skull, with cranial capacity of about 610 cc (cubic centimetres).
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