Stone Ships Show Signs of Maritime Network in Baltic Sea Region 3,000 Years Agotags: Europe, Bronze Age, Baltic Sea, Maritime
In the middle of the Bronze Age, around 1000 BC, the amount of metal objects increased dramatically in the Baltic Sea region. Around the same time, a new type of stone monument, arranged in the form of ships, started to appear along the coasts. New research from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden shows that the stone ships were built by maritime groups....
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