Find in Bronze Age well provides knowledge about contacts between southern Lolland and the continent
A 6,000-year-old fingerprint has been found on a beautifully decorated funnel beaker,
Leister prongs and a bone point from the Late Stone Age have been found together, proving that prehistoric eel leisters had a centred point for spearing fish and eel.
An approx. 5,500-year-old flint axe with a well-preserved haft sheds light on the Stone Age population's ritual acts.
Unusual find of 5,000-year-old human footprints by the Fehmarn excavations provides an insight into the population's everyday life and challenges.
Flint dagger with bark handle from the early Bronze Age found in Denmark for the first time.
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