3000 yr old submerged village discovered

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3,000-Year-Old Submerged Settlement Discovered in Switzerland

Traces of a prehistoric pile dwelling suggest humans inhabited the Lake Lucerne area 2,000 years earlier than previously thought

05/04/2021

Archaeologists surveying Switzerland’s Lake Lucerne have discovered the remains of a submerged Bronze Age village.

As Swissinfo.ch reports, the new finds suggest that the area around the lake was settled 2,000 years earlier than previously thought. Though researchers have long searched for proof of early habitation in the Lucerne region, a thick layer of mud had obscured traces of the village until recently.

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This is the kind of stuff that makes my nipples hard. I wish i were an archeologist

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Who subbed the village? Any idea what hold they used?

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It’s amazing how little we know about our past.

Who did the village submit to?

Thulsa Doom?

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What’s even crazier is that they had such advanced SCUBA tech. It would be wild if the discovery of some previously lost devices made it possible to live that way again.

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Don’t worry, you’ll get a full explanation how the Swiss government works…

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Solid technique there.

Nobody could have gotten out of that.

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Lol. Just figured out what the submission talk was all aboot

Yay edit functionality!

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