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    Spear Thrower -- Sculpted from Reindeer Antler in the Shape of a Mammoth -- Circa 11,000-12,000 BCE -- Excavated in Montastruc, France -- Belonging to The British Museum.

    Tomb of Sennefer

    Murujuga, W Australia - rock carving

    Table Pazyryk Culture, 5th century BCE The Hermitage Museum

    Thracian gold bowl

    Hercules,small marble relief from Varna,Bulgaria Thracian culture

    Ring, (now Ukraine). Scythian Culture. 4th century BC, The State Hermitage Museum, Russia

    Ornamental bronze comb from the oak-coffin burial of a girl at Egtved near Kolding, Denmark. (See also 06-03-01/44, 45, 46) Ealry Bronze Age (1000 BCE)

    This week, an international team of scientists working to map the landscape near Stonehenge announced a remarkable find—a huge monument, which is believed to be five times bigger than Stonehenge and may predate its famous neighbor. The site, dubbed “Superhenge,” was comprised of about 90 stones and lies less than two miles from Stonehenge, buried beneath the earthworks of a Neolithic settlement known as Durrington Walls.

    The Egtved Girl (1,390 to 1,370 BCE) was a Nordic Bronze Age girl whose well preserved remains were discovered outside the town of Egtved, Denmark in 1921.

    Viking Age house from Dublin by the late Simon Dick

    Graph | Development of Stone Tool Technology in Eastern Africa

    Paleolithic | 35,000 to 12,000 BCE

    Flint Tools from the Mousterian or Middle Palaeolithic

    The Siberian Princess reveals her 2,500 year old tattoos

    How to butcher a Woolly Mammoth by Tom Björklund

    The Hindsgavl Dagger - You can see a large selection of pressure flaked flint daggers from the Neolithic Period in the exhibition about Danish Prehistory.

    Bronze Ladle, Birka

    Bone Flute - Viking, Uppland

    Aurignacian Tool Culture | 30,000 BCE used in Upper Paleolithic Period by Cro-Magnons.

    A selection of Wooden Utensils from the Oseberg Viking Ship Burial, 9th Century CE

    The Wandsworth Shield | A Celtic copper shield found in the River Thames, London sometime before 1849. It was likely created around the 2nd Century BCE.

    An artifact from the Mesolithic made from the antler of a red deer that was trawled from the bottom of the North Sea in the area of Doggerland. Doggerland is former landmass in the southern North Sea that connected Great Britain to mainland Europe during and after the last Ice Age lasting until about 6,500 or 6,200 BCE until it was gradually flooded by rising sea levels in the Holocene.

    Roman banded mosaic glass alabastron, pyriform, with applied green ruffle around the throat. Polychrome glass formed from rods in light blue, white, yellow, blue, dark blue and green, fused together and blown. Rare type. Reassembled from fragments. 1st Century AD.