Found in association with ceramic material that dates to sometime between A. George is credited, by some, as the inventor of copper billets.
Stone (1943) reported fourteen stone balls associated with one mound.
The use of grinding stones, to process food, predates the development of farming.
Plant starch residue has been identified on grinding stones that date to as early as 30,000 years ago.
The name means literally "she of the tents", but may be metaphorically translated as "mother of the tribe" (or "of us all") or even "queen of the camp" (the "camp" maybe referring to the group of tombs which surround hers).