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8,000-year-old wooden platform at world's first boatyard shows stone age Britons were master carpenters
The world's oldest boatyard, complete with a wooden platform and tools, has been discovered off the coast of the Isle of Wight, showing Mesolithic man was advanced carpenter. Archaeologists first suspected
Archaeologists digging at the Ness of Brodgar Nolithic site in Orkney have found a human arm bone. It's unusual - because not many human remains have been found there. It's important - because it should
Anyone who has ever spent any amount of time countenancing what the “old days” would have smelled like (come on, I know you’re out there) has doubtlessly come to the conclusion that the answer “not good”