Is that one swan bone out of all the locations being identified from any archaeological site? Is there any link between inhabitants of disparate locations where other swan bones have been found? Do other things link such specific locations into use by a specific kind of people? Are dates similar between different locations and their finds?
Or is one find out of all locations enough to have potential for what something was used for?
You mentioned certain numbers before and what meanings they may have according to not just what they were specifically used for by those who used them, but also according to any possibility that folk may have discovered after the fact. Sure, there were only the uses they were used in and we may have discovered them already or may not, and that is the problem with so many continued searches for what they mean...we adjust just one thing and it offers all manner of potentials. Take the beams of the relieving chambers of Khufu's pyramid, 9 8 9 9 8, and compound them to get 46,656, then compound to get 4320, then 24, then 8. There are 3 parts to a day, 3 days in 4320 minutes, and 32.4 days in 46,656 minutes. The square-root of 98,998 is 314.64, and pi is 3.1416, an adjusted discrepancy of 0.48, or 6 x 8. Someone could say that the moon once had an orbit of some kind of 32.4 days while a solar year and minutes were also known, and a way was found to also identify a good approximation for pi...all dependent on how I present something.
Can you be sure of using a swan-wing as you need to? Or because it fits something that is more important than the wing?
I understand Denisovan DNA is within Australian Aborigines and that really fascinates me, because they are the only culture never to have expanded beyond what many consider 'primitive living'. Over 60,000 years old. How close would you say they are to their ancestors? And I do believe our black swan was a very sacred totem in some mobs. I'll check out what the feathers were used for and get back to you.