domingo, 6 de diciembre de 2015

University of Lincoln uncovers hundreds of 11,000-year-old tools


2/3. University of Lincoln

Archaeologists have unearthed hundreds of flint tools thought to be up to 11,000 years old in Lincoln.

The "significant" find, including tiny cutting blades, was made at the University of Lincoln.

The items were found during excavation work being carried out to make way for the new Isaac Newton Building.

Experts say the artefacts - believed to be from the Mesolithic period - were used by people who would come and go to the south of what is now the city.[...] BBC News / Link 2 (Via B&W3)