Study sheds light on unique culinary traditions of prehistoric hunter-gatherers

April 22, 2020 - General

Hunter-gatherer groups living in the Baltic between seven and a half and six thousand years ago had culturally distinct cuisines, analysis of ancient pottery fragments has revealed.
Pottery fragments found at the Havno kitchen midden, Northern Denmark
[Credit: Harry Robson, University of York]

An international team of researchers analysed over 500 hunter-gatherer vessels from 61 archaeological sites throughout the Baltic region.

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Source: archeo

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