Norway. Vistehålå, or the Stone Age cave at Viste, is located in the municipality of Randaberg, just northwest of Stavanger. People lived here between 6000 and 8000 years ago! Among the findings are arrowheads with flint and fishing hooks made out of bone. Near the eastern portion of the cave the remains of a 15 year old boy who lived 7500 years ago was found.
“Ebira”, Japanese samurai Quiver ca. 18th C. with dragonfly emblem.
Sapato de couro mais antigo do mundo (3500 aC) encontrados em quase perfeito estado em uma caverna na Armênia.
Neolithic Bow and Arrow Revealed in Melting Snow
Neolithic Bow and Arrow Revealed in Melting Snow in Norway; Bow fragments Credit: Hojem/Callanan-NTNU The bow, made of elm, was about 3,800 years old. Callanan believes the bow was used to hunt reindeer.