A publication of the Archaeological Institute of America
Europe's Oldest Wells
Thursday, December 20, 2012
FREIBURG, GERMANY—In eastern Germany, archaeologists from the University of Freiburg say they have uncovered the oldest-known wells in Europe. The four wells are approximately 7,000 years old, and had been lined with wood that had been shaped with stone tools. “In reconstructions, houses from this era have probably been underestimated,” said team leader Willy Tegel.
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