Some "wonderful things" have been found in the Basque country of Spain: a necklace and pendants made 15,500 years ago. The treasure comes from the Magdalenian period and were found in the Praile I cave in Deba, probably near San Sebastian (must be a very tiny place as its not listed in the National Geographic Atlas). Led by archaeologist Xabier Penalver of the Aranzadi Society of Sciences, the team discovered four stunning neclaces of smooth black stone, another of goats' teeth and a 12 cm pendant. There are 29 items in all, each one made by hand and engraved. No pictures yet but let's hope they'll post them.