Rare Mesolithic Tools Recovered in Scotland

www.archaeology.org | 10/24/2018 | Staff
MUIR OF ORD, SCOTLAND—BBC News reports that 6,000-year-old tools made from red deer antlers have been uncovered at a site at Tarradale, located in the Scottish Highlands. The hunter-gatherers’ tools include axes and a harpoon or spear that may have been...
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