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Tango0130 Nov 2019 8:54 p.m. PST

"Archaeologists at the site of an ancient battle in Germany say newly uncovered artefacts suggest many of those involved were not local men but came from further afield.

The clash took place around 3,300 years ago in the Tollense Valley in north-eastern Germany. It was part of a massive conflict in the older Nordic Bronze Age (2000-1200 BC).

Since the site's discovery in 2008, the remains of almost 12,000 humans have been uncovered, many of which revealed impact from close- and long-range weaponry…"
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