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Scottish Scientists have found the Oldest Human Dwelling

Scottish archaeologists say that they have found the remains of the ancient dwelling first inhabitants of these territories. According to experts, a prehistoric dwelling was built about 10,000 years ago. True, to have survived a large oval pit about 7 feet long, and arrowheads and traces of lesions in it. According to experts, this home was built by the first settlers in Scotland, who began to explore these territories shortly after here ended the last ice age, and local lands are in principle suitable for the local residence. Experts say that the spent carbon dating findings made ​​in the house and came to the conclusion that earlier in Scotland was found.

Based on the analysis of the oval hole, previously there were pillars, serving as the walls and support the roof, the very same roof, likely was covered with turf, and externally housing represented something akin to the dugout. Inside the pits also found several places and centers around 1000 artifacts and pieces of material that is likely to be used as tools or arrowheads. In addition, the researchers found in a pit Shell fragments of hazelnuts, which are likely to have been used as a food source.

Additionally, the researchers believe that the found the house was used the entire year, but only seasonally, such as winter. Now, researchers continue to explore new territory near the region finds, trying to find some new artifacts. "It is now obvious that these findings relate to the Mesolithic. We have to put together a lot of the puzzle to better understand the picture of life 10,000 years ago," - said Ed Bailey, project manager Headland Archaeology.

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