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UKRANT: How did prehistoric people deal with climate change? Atlantis in the North Sea

11 March 2021
A serrated arrowhead found at the Zandmotor beach.
A serrated arrowhead found at the Zandmotor beach.

Also the Centre for Isotope Research (CIO) is involved within this great research.

Down in the deep dark waters of the North Sea lies Doggerland, which disappeared thousands of years ago due to the rising sea levels. Groningen archaeologists are trying to find out how the area’s inhabitants dealt with the rising water.

Last modified:11 March 2021 4.23 p.m.

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