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11.000 år gammal oxe från Hanö
« skrivet: februari 06, 2014, 17:41 »
En forskningsteam från Södertörn har hittat rästerna efter en 11.000 år spår efter befolkning - som en större samling artefakter på havsbotnen innanför Hanö.

Hanöbukten lär tydligen ha varit en "hot spot" redan under pioner-tiden, då Östersjön återbefolkades efter istiden. Bland dom viktigaste fynd lär vara ett fiskespjut gjord från benet av en oxe.

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Et av arkeologenes mest bemerkelsesverdige funn, var en harpon laget av dyrebein fra den utdødde dyrearten uroksen. Uroksen er forfader til dagens storfe og eksisterte i Europa før den døde ut på 1600-tallet.

http://www.side3.no/historie/article3747854.ece

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"What we have here is maybe one of the oldest settlements from the first more permanent sites in Scania and in Sweden full stop," project leader and archaeology professor at Södertörn University Björn Nilsson told The Local.
Nilsson's team has been diving in Hanö, a sandy bay off the coast of Skåne County, and has been given the resources by the Swedish National Heritage Board (Riksantikvarieämbetet) needed for a three-year excavation of an area 16 metres below the water's surface.

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Things made of textiles, like rope, can survive where there is a high presence of gyttja, which is sediment rich in organic matter at the bottom of a eutrophic lake. The team has also recovered wood pieces, flint tools, animal horns, and bones of the aurochs, the ancestor of domestic cattle, the last of which died off in the early 1600s. They archaeologists are also keeping a keen eye out for any potential burial sites.

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He (Nilsson) trumpeted, however, that the finds so far were "world-class" and "one-of-a-kind". He added that was extremely rare to find evidence from the Stone Age so unspoiled.

"What we found here is totally new for us - the whole diving team is really thrilled. They're having the time of their lives down there."

http://www.thelocal.se/20140124/swedes-dive-in-stone-age-excavate-site-drawing-atlantis-comparisons


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Divers in Sweden have discovered a rare collection of Stone Age artefacts buried beneath the Baltic Sea, pictured. Archaeologists believe the relics were left by Swedish nomads 11,000 years ago and the discovery may be evidence of one of the oldest settlements ever found in the Nordic region, dubbed 'Sweden's Atlantis'

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2546720/Swedish-divers-unearth-Stone-Age-Atlantis-11-000-year-old-ancient-settlement-discovered-Baltic-Sea.html#ixzz2sYuUI4f1


Vad finns publicerat om dessa fynd på svenska?!

Not: http://www.arkeologiforum.se/forum/index.php/topic,4226.msg36328.html#msg36328

 
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