7,000-year-old wooden wells discovered in Germany

12/26/2012 | Sci-News.com

Archaeologists have discovered 7,000-year-old wooden wells in eastern Germany, which suggests that early farmers developed woodwork long before they developed metal tools. "This early Neolithic craftsmanship now suggests that the first farmers were also the first carpenters," the archaeologists said of their findings, which were published in the journal PLoS ONE.

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