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Re: Seilerei in der Steinzeit

BeitragVerfasst: 05.02.2020 13:50
von Blattspitze
Klasse Zoltan, plausibler Erklärungsansatz für die Artefakte. Jetzt noch ein Experiment zum Vergleich der mögl. Spuren, die beim "Einbrechen" von Rohhautschnüren entstehen?

Re: Seilerei in der Steinzeit

BeitragVerfasst: 07.02.2020 19:11
von TZH
Ja das wäre toll!

Re: Seilerei in der Steinzeit

BeitragVerfasst: 02.08.2020 23:34
von MartinH
Take a tusk, drill holes, weave a rope – and change the course of history

Scientists have discovered the tool our stone-age ancestors used to manufacture twine – a milestone in technological development

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And now British scientists believe similar devices – found in Gough’s cave in Cheddar Gorge, Somerset – show that ropes were also being manufactured and used in Britain as the last ice age came to an end. Made of reindeer antler, these devices also feature holes with spiral incisions and appear to have been used to manipulate ropes, for purposes that are still unclear.

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https://www.theguardian.com/science/202 ... -stone-age