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Finds Push Kranj's Roots 3,000 Years Deeper into the Past

Kranj, 25 March - Archaeological finds from the Neolithic Age were presented in Kranj on Thursday that date the start of human settlement in what is today Slovenia's fourth largest city to between 4,900 and 4,300 B.C. This is more than 3,000 years earlier than believed so far.

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Part of a ladle from the Neolithic Age discovered at archaeological site in Kranj.
Photo: Saso Pipan/STA

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Remains of a flute from the Late Antique discovered at archaeological site in Kranj.
Photo: Saso Pipan/STA

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Remains of an ornamented pot from the Neolithic Age discovered at archaeological site in Kranj.
Photo: Saso Pipan/STA

Kranj
Remains of a bone harpoon from the Neolithic Age discovered at archaeological site in Kranj.
Photo: Saso Pipan/STA

Kranj
Remains of a comb from the Late Antique discovered at archaeological site in Kranj.
Photo: Saso Pipan/STA

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