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The oldest shoes (5,500 years old)

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The oldest bra (500 years old)

This bra was worn by someone from Austria in the period 1390-1485. Although it’s the oldest bra …

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The oldest pants (3,300 years old)

These pants were found in western China. They’re woven together from wool and decorated with complex …

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The oldest sculpture of a human being (35,000-40,000 years old)

This sculpture of Venus was found in the Hohle Fels Cave in Germany. Experts believe that the unknown …

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The oldest pair of sunglasses (800 years old)

These sunglasses were discovered in Canada, on Baffin Island. They were meant to protect the eyes from the …

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The oldest recorded recipe (5,000 years old)

This is a recipe for Sumerian beer, dated to 3,000 BC. The beer is said to be very strong, with pieces of bread …

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The oldest pair of socks (1,500 years old)

These woolen socks from Egypt were meant to be worn with sandals and were made somewhere between …

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The oldest purse (4,500 years old)

This bag was found in modern-day Germany. Over thousands of years, the leather and material it was made …

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The oldest artificial limb (3,000 years old)

According to scientific investigations, these wooden toes were meant to help a person walk — they weren’t for appearances. …

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