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New Reconstructions of Mesolithic Huts in the Stone Age Park in Albersdorf
In spring and summer 2014 there has been built two "mesolithic huts" in the
One hut has a bigger structure (inspired by the archaeological hut-features of Aukra, Norway) and is used for groups, f. e. school classes. The other one is less in size and is used in summer as the daily living place for Werner Pfeifer.
Also in front of the huts there are educational and skill activities going on (f. e. mesolithic fishing and hunting and skill demonstrations).
In the future it is planned to add more infrastructure to this "mesolithic" , which is now a very important part of the Stone Age Park for the presentation of the daily life of the earlier hunter and gatherer societies and of the transition to the later neolithic communities.
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