[Museum Talks] A cup of coffee, a piece of relics – the 28th episode
A multi-purpose weapon from the Bronze Age, the stone arrowhead in Yeondanag twin caves
Yeondang twin caves are cave-sites excavated by Yonsei University Museum in 2004. The museum investigated the traces of prehistoric people using the cave for a long time, from the Paleolithic to the Neolithic and Bronze Age.
Five stone arrowheads were excavated along with human bones at one corner of the cave, which were multi-purpose weapons used for hunting or killing.
You can go to the Bronze Age with Curator Seo Inseon and see life in Yeondang twin caves, where people hunted and fought with arrows equipped with stone arrowheads.
뮤지엄토크, 청동기, 활, 화살