Hunting tools reveal how first people in Denmark lived
A Danish town says archaeologists have found some 13,000-year-old hunting tools that give "a fantastic insight" into how some of the first people in Denmark lived.
|13,000 years old flint tools, well-preserved reindeer antlers and the remains of other fauna were |
discovered the construction of a new ring road [Credit: Horsens Museum]
|The finds come from what archaeologists call the Brömme culture, an Early Neolithic people |
who lived as reindeer hunters [Credit: Horsens Museum]
Source: Associated Press [February 10, 2017]