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Otzi The Iceman's flint

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More than 20 years have passed since the well preserved mummy of Ötzi was discovered on the Ötztal Alps near the Similaun mountain and Hauslabjochon at the border between Austria and Italy. One of the first studies carried out after the discovery, was to determine the origin of flint tools that “The Iceman” (who lived around 3,300 BCE) was carrying with him when he died, as they promised valuable information to understanding his environment and connections.

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20 years all ready since they found him. Time goes by fast. Cool looking tools he had

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20 years all ready since they found him. Time goes by fast. Cool looking tools he had

That's what I thought - 20 years!

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They didn't show his actual knife in this article. Curious.

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That's what I thought - 20 years!

I know! He doesn't look a day older!

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