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About 3,500 years ago, an intrepid traveler in the Swiss Alps lost their lunch box. Archaeologists recently discovered the wooden vessel as the ice where it was buried melted near the top of a mountain. Baskets, barrels and boxes made from organic materials like wood or leather rarely survive in the archaeological record, but some examples have been found in the Alps before.
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