SCIENTISTS from a Scots university have recreated for the first time the lost "heartland of Europe", which was submerged by water thousands of years ago.
SCIENTISTS from a Scots university have recreated for the first time the lost \"heartland of Europe\", which was submerged by water thousands of years ago.
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A team from St Andrews – working with colleagues from the universities of Aberdeen, Birmingham, Dundee and Wales Trinity St David – have built up a picture of the human story behind Doggerland, an area of the North Sea that was drowned between 18,000BC and 5500BC.
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