Skip to comments.Archaeologists unearth Celtic burial site
Posted on 04/19/2005 10:54:50 PM PDT by SunkenCiv
Marián Samuel from the Archaeological Institute of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, told the SITA news agency that the most precious find on the early stone age, Neolithic settlement is a skeleton of what they believe was a 40-year-old woman buried in a squatting position. The site is believed to date back to between the 5th and 4th millennium BC.
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I want to buried in some kind of bizaar yoga position with mummified stuffed animals stashed in pickle jars.
I bet that will really send the archeologists through a tizzy when they dig me up.
did they find red auerbach ?
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