Neolithic flint mine, aerial photograph

Neolithic flint mine, aerial photograph

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Credit: MARCO ANSALONI/LOOK AT SCIENCES/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Neolithic flint mine. Aerial photograph of the archaeological site of a neolithic flint mine at Casa Montero, Vicalvaro, Madrid, Spain. This flint mine, found in 2003, is the first Neolithic flint mine discovered in Spain. It consists of nearly four thousand vertical shafts, averaging nine metres deep and a metre in diameter. The mine has been dated to between 5500-6000BC.

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