Ancient fishing village found next to B.C. river

Published on October 30th, 2012 | by Admin


An ancient village, which dates back more than 1,300 years, has been found along the banks of the Babine River in British Columbia.

In addition to the house remains, which we excavated this year, there were also about 1,000 cultural depressions which are used for caching food and other materials.”

In fact, Rahemtulla says there are eight to 10 long houses on the site, which could have housed many families.

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Story: The Canadian Press | Photo: Wikimedia Commons

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