The fossil was discovered in June in Sima del Elefante (Pit of the Elephant in Spanish), an archeological site in the Atapuerca Mountains close to Burgos in northern Spain that is renowned for its extensive fossil collection.
The medieval metal folding chair was discovered in the village of Endsee in southeast Germany by a group of archaeologists from the Bavarian State Office for Monument Protection (BLfD).
The earliest farmers came from a combination of two hunter-gatherer populations during a volatile period, not from a single group as one might imagine.
Celts was a tribe that lived in Europe around the first millennium. They left their homeland of Central Europe in 2000 BC. The majority of the people settled in Spain, Gaul, and the British Isles.