Underwater archaeology in the
Baltic Sea off Neustadt/Holstein in
Germany. At a depth of 3.5 m,
a diver excavates the refuse of a
mesolithic settlement from the
Ertebolle period of 4500 BC with an
ejector that works like a vacuum
cleaner. At front: stone-axe made
of amphibolite hornblende.

>> for: ‘National Geographic’
(German edition)

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