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Nor purpose the pictures served, though is it known what it is safe to guess some sort of hunting magic. C. and that the reason for their presence in such a that they involved forbidding landscape was, once again, the reindeer. the But the location of their camps, along the water's Spain, these drawings are often in out-of-the-way were dependent on the edge, suggests that they too sea for a good part of their food. , the arctic hunters' ancient way the first in 1925. Mount Komsa in Komsa Norway where was discovered northern evidence of their existence Not much remains of it after 100 centuries or so of fierce winds and arctic storms, but there are some truly remarkable rock drawings, or engravings, that are believed to be of they lie drawings at Komsa some distance from consist of polished about one inch wide, which Some, for instance, have been found on the faces of cliffs origin.

All these captured items might have been of use, yet they were donated to the gods. Four boats ilar to — including the one — have been shown a craft simat the right discovered in Scandina- All had been carried overland before being lowered into holy bodies of inland water. via. Iron Age Danes prepare gods a boat won to offer to the in bottie. , the gods By most of the north were receiving the treasured gifts of all: human lives. The Northmen deposited hundreds of peomen, women and children in ple — — their sacred bogs.

In 1900 in trained as an electri- 1930 he chucked his job and set off by bicycle at the foot him something about the men who had made and used the Zinke. Like similar peat bogs this just described lies in a grassy bog of the slope he might find an undisturbed site that would one had once been ually overrun The camp in the all over northern Europe, a glacial lake that was grad- by vegetation. Rust guessed that if people had lived along the lake millennia ago, they probably would have tossed their refuse into the water — even as people do today.

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