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The cut leather surrounding the holes would have been tied around the wooden branches of the A-frame with finer strips of leather.
The sails would have likely been made from the skins of the giant irish reindeer with the skins being scraped clean and sewn together.
They headed north using star navigation about 11 000 years ago and found a large herd of migrating reindeer in Arctic Norway.
The first people to settle on the west coasts of the Atlantic Islands 11000 to 10 000 years ago were likely the support crews for the reindeer hunters of Finnmark in Arctic Norway, who needed safe harbours, resting places, supply and repair services for thier ocean transport ships.
The people sent there over the centuries came from either the Bay of Biscay or from the western coasts of Ireland which they may have used as a repair and resting staion.
From the Bay of Biscay, they brought any needed tools, livestock and nets.
The lowlands and lower mountain slopes became covered in woodland and the heath lands seem to have disappeared.
Modern humans (H.s.sapiens) were present in western Europe by 35 000 B. During the final glaciation they occupied the area south of the major ice sheets, including both Spain and southern Britain.
This Late Palaeolithic population is thought to have been relatively open with regard to mating networks, and mutations could have circulated among the founder populations of Spain and the British Isles.
The famous Irish archaeologist Michael O'Kelly wrote: "In the Post-glacial Stage which commenced about 10,300 years ago the climate again began to improve and thus began the present warm stage' in whic we now live".
It is likely that the upper palaeolithic or mesolithic hunter-gatherers of the Pyrenees and Andorra Spain ventured to the bay of Bisacy 12 000 years ago and started building thier ocean ships.
The reason being for this is that after menstruation and child birth, they needed protection from the cold and other weather elements to raise and feed thier children.