Two of these places are New Foundland Island of Canada in the Atlantic and Røst Island off Norway. It is a proven fact that Røst was icefree during whole last iceage. New Foundland i am not sure, probably not.. The food resource at these two locations are the fish cod. A short period each year the cod gather there to reproduce. A substainable fishing of the east cod tribe alone could in theory support 20-30 million people. The west cod tribe about 10 million. The cod could be easily dried (stockfish) without salt and stored for many years (5 to 10) making it also a valuable in trade. Røst is the first place in Europe where people first settled and gave up the nomadic life because of this resource. 95% of iceage or stoneage Røst is now submerged.
There are probably many more hotspots of food along the worlds coastline and islands with different fish species. If a iceage civilisation did exist i think it must have been close to one of these. To bad all these cities, if existed, lies deep underwater today.
Edited by whitegandalf, 09 September 2012 - 11:10 PM.