Peoples' migrations in the Stone Age
The history of mankind is basically about movement. Our curiosity about the world has always drawn us towards the unknown land behind the distant horizons. Towards new opportunities and the hope of a better future, even though the journey could be dangerous.
From the migrations of the earliest primates to the farthest corners of the earth, to the migrations of the Iron Age, and to polar adventurers and astronauts in recent times. They are all connected by the same phenomenon, whether performed by desire or distress: the journey.
For many in the Stone Age, travel was a condition of life. In the time before the introduction of agriculture, people moved around in step with the change of seasons. And today we know that many of the earliest peasants came to the country from outside. Pioneers who brought new knowledge, grain and livestock.
In this evening lecture, the significance of the journey in the Stone Age is told. And about the major landmark changes that started with the simple premise that someone stepped out on the path and could not hold back their feet.
Note: Unless otherwise stated, this event will be held in Danish