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‘Very rare’ Iron Age arrow with quartzite tip uncovered from melting ice after 3,500 years


Archaeologists in Norway’s mountains have discovered a “very rare” ancient arrow that still has its quartzite arrowhead and feather fletching in place.

It’s likely that reindeer hunters used the weapon up to 3,500 years ago, according to archaeologist Lars Pilø, who heads the Secrets of the Ice project in the Jotunheimen Mountains of central Norway’s Oppland region.

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