‘Outstanding’ 2,200-year-old child’s shoe discovered deep underground in Austrian mine

‘Outstanding’ 2,200-year-old child’s shoe discovered deep underground in Austrian mine



Deep underground in a rock-salt mine in Austria, archaeologists have made an “excellent” discovery: the two,200-year-old shoe of a kid. 

The mine’s rock salt, which individuals have been mining because the Iron Age (800 B.C. to 1 B.C.) within the village of Dürrnberg close to present-day Salzburg, preserved the well-crafted shoe, in line with a translated assertion from the German Mining Museum (DBM) in Bochum. The lone footwear is a few U.S. kids’s dimension 12 (European kids’s dimension 30).