Grisly Remains of Epic Bronze Age Battle Discovered 

When warriors came to fight on the battle field of the Tollense Valley in the year 1250 B.C.E., there would be no writing to record the events of the day for another 2000 years, yet their epic tale is being uncovered today thanks to archaeologists. A single arm bone protruding from a steep embankment near the Tollense River with an arrowhead embedded in it, 120 miles north of Berlin, tipped researchers off to the possibility of an intriguing find.

Now, after a series of excavations between 2009 and 2015, researchers have begun to understand the battle and its startling implications for Bronze Age society. Along a 3-kilometer stretch of the Tollense River, archaeologists from the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Department of Historic Preservation (MVDHP) and the University of Greifswald (UG) have unearthed wooden clubs, bronze spearheads, and flint and bronze arrowheads …

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