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Lithic tools transportation: new experimental data

MAZZUCCO, N., and I. CLEMENTE, "Lithic tools transportation: new experimental data", Experimentación en arqueología: estudio y difusión del pasado, vol. 25, issue 1, Girona, Museu d'Arqueologia de Catalunya, pp. 237-246, 2011.

Handwerkliche Techniken und Probleme im frühen Wagenbau

HAYEN, H., "Handwerkliche Techniken und Probleme im frühen Wagenbau", Archäologische Mitteilungen aus Nordwestdeutschland, vol. 14, Oldenburg, Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde und Vorgeschichte, pp. 7-24, 1991.

In der römischen Reisekutsche übers Gebirge

CZYSZ, W., "In der römischen Reisekutsche übers Gebirge", Über die Alpen. Menschen – Wege – Wahren, Stuttgart, Archäologisches Landesmuseum Baden-Württemberg, pp. 249-255, 2002.

A Personal Experience in Communicating History: Tales From the River Trent

Sophia Collins (UK)

Saturday 1 September dawns gloriously, and is unseasonably sunny. Our fingers are crossed that this is the Indian Summer we'd been praying for all August since we intend to do a lot of walking in the next three weeks...

How did they make prehistoric canoes (NL)?

The prehistoric canoes that have been found in the Netherlands are dug-out canoes. They were made of hollowed-out trees. In te forest a suitable tree was selected and probably on the spot shortened, debarked and hollowed out...

What kinds of wood did people use in Prehistory for tree canoes (NL)?

Kinds of wood used in Dutch prehistory were for sure oak (Quercus), lime (Tilia) and needle wood. The fact that more different kinds of wood were used could refer to that...

What contacts existed between the inhabitants of the lake fortress and other countries (LV)?

In the Early Middle Ages, active trading contacts developed in Latvia, also involving the inhabitants of the lake fortress. Imported jewellery and parts of weapons have been found in the cultural layer...

Is the invention of the wheel the oldest invention (NL)?

For sure, people invented many other things earlier, like for example the use and keeping of fire. As many inventions, the wheel was first seen in the Near East, about 8,500 years ago. But these wheels were used as slow turning potter’s wheels. Pottery was already an old technology back then...


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