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Midtjylland

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<b>Midtjylland</b>Posted by MothMols © Tim Clark
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  • Central Denmark Region

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Organic Tools Found In Stone Age Camp

Sensational new archaeological find reveals paddles and bow in an underwater Stone Age settlement.

More info : http://sciencenordic.com/organic-tools-found-stone-age-camp
drewbhoy Posted by drewbhoy
9th May 2012ce
Edited 12th June 2017ce

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Groenhøj — Images (click to view fullsize)

<b>Groenhøj</b>Posted by costaexpress<b>Groenhøj</b>Posted by costaexpress Posted by costaexpress
15th June 2017ce

Tustrup Fællesgrav (Jættestue) — Images

<b>Tustrup Fællesgrav</b>Posted by costaexpress<b>Tustrup Fællesgrav</b>Posted by costaexpress Posted by costaexpress
15th June 2017ce

Tustrup Runddysse — Images

<b>Tustrup Runddysse</b>Posted by costaexpress<b>Tustrup Runddysse</b>Posted by costaexpress Posted by costaexpress
15th June 2017ce

Tustrup Dyssekammer — Images

<b>Tustrup Dyssekammer</b>Posted by costaexpress Posted by costaexpress
15th June 2017ce

Stabelhøje — Images

<b>Stabelhøje</b>Posted by hamish hamish Posted by hamish
18th November 2007ce

Stabelhøje — Fieldnotes

I wasn't able to visit sites on this visit due to my not having a car. The buses would have been too complicated so I didn't even try. We had been to the family Summer House and I persuaded a stop here as there is a carpark. There are two Barrows and can be seen from most places around here.
The information notice tells us that the Barrows are 3000-3500 years old and that they have not been disturbed by excavation, the pictures show what they may contain from excavations at other sites.
There are quite a lot of sites in this area but persuading people who aren't interested to stop isn't easy.
hamish Posted by hamish
18th November 2007ce

Stabelhøje — Images

<b>Stabelhøje</b>Posted by hamish hamish Posted by hamish
18th November 2007ce
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