6,000-year-old tools made of deer antler found in Scottish Highlands — The Archaeology News Network

Wow! A great discovery, and would be the first to be found from the Mesolithic in North Scotland!

“Archaeologists have hailed an internationally significant discovery in the Scottish Highlands after a number of tools made from red deer antler – which are believed to be around 6,000-years-old – were found. Archaeologists at work at the raised beach overlooking the Beauly Firth where the objects were found [Credit: Tarradale Though Time]Two large axes and…”

via 6,000-year-old tools made of deer antler found in Scottish Highlands — The Archaeology News Network

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