What is thought to be the world's oldest shoe has been found in a cave in Armenia.
The shoe consists of a leather wrapping laced together.
It was found together with other artefacts, suggesting there was some kind of shrine present.
Dr Ron Pinhasi, one of the archaeologists who excavated the cave, spoke to World Update's Dan Damon.
He began by explaining who might have worn this shoe.
First broadcast 10 June 2010
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