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The shoe was initially believed to have been from the Viking era, but subsequent study showed it to be approximately 3,300 years old. That led the researchers to further investigate the site. They discovered that the area was littered with arrows used by hunters thousands of years ago. That set off a research project that involved detailing the location of each arrow found and then the study of it that followed. To date, the team has found 68 arrows at the site, dating from the Stone Age up to the Middle Ages—the oldest has been dated to 6,000 years ago, which they note is approximately 800 years before Ötzi.
originally posted by: Daalder
It makes no sense!
Global warming wasn't happening... So these artifacts should be buried in ice for another 6000 years.
Or is global warming true?
Should these be given to the biggest climate change deniers?