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What did people eat in the Iron Age (NL)?

For sure no potatoes or tomatoes, these originate in America. Food was only seasonally available: bread and porridge was always available where there was cereal - by the end of the Winter, people often suffered from hunger...

Was there a division of roles in the early Middle Ages (NL)?

There was a traditional division of roles. Women in general took care of the children. They herded and milked the cattle and sheep and fed the chickens. Shaving sheep, plucking wool,...

A pretty good handle for small knives

POMSTRA, D., "A pretty good handle for small knives", Bulletin of Primitive Technology, vol. 41, Utah, Society of Primitive Technology, pp. 90, 05/2011.

Green wood carving with Stone Age tools

KIDDER, N., "Green wood carving with Stone Age tools", Bulletin of Primitive Technology, vol. 2010, issue 40, Utah, Society of Primitive Technology, pp. 59-63, Fall 2010.

“Punch Techniques” and Upper Paleolithic Blades

NEWCOMER, M. H., "“Punch Techniques” and Upper Paleolithic Blades", Lithic technology: making and using stone tools (World Anthropology. [international Congress on Anthropology and Ethnology]; ), vol. IX,12, The Hague, Paris, Mouton, pp. xx-xx, 1975.

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