Archaeologists find traces of submerged Stone Age settlement in Southeast Finland — The Archaeology News Network

The prehistoric settlement submerged under Lake Kuolimojarvi provides us with a clearer picture of the human occupation in South Karelia during the Mesolithic and Early Neolithic Stone Age (about 10,000 – 6,000 years ago) and it opens up a new research path in Finnish archaeology. Eveliina Salo taking samples of the hearth structure [Credit: Jesse…

via Archaeologists find traces of submerged Stone Age settlement in Southeast Finland — The Archaeology News Network

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