ISSN 2344 – 1283, ISSN CD-ROM 2344 – 1291, ISSN ONLINE 2344 – 1305, ISSN-L 2344 – 1283


Published in Scientific Papers. Series "Journal of Young Scientist", Vol. 4
Written by Beata KACZMAREK

The aim of this article is to present the research, which identified the prehistoric human’s relation to the natural resources that can be used repeatedly. For thousands of years human have been learning how to rationally manage nature reserves. The most interesting evidence of the prehistoric “recycling” is clay tablets with Linear B writing which were used in the administrative centre of one of Europe’s oldest civilizations – Mycenaean. It had been developed from about the seventeenth to twelfth century BC in the area of Greece. Clay tablets were not only made of a material that was used again, but they also contained inscriptions showing that Mycenaeans would mend and use again several of metal elements. “Recycling” could be used for the same reason for which we do it today as well – for the reasonable management of scarce non-renewable resources.

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