All of the graves recovered the remains of 30 people — 20 adults and 10 children.
In Saint-Laurent-médoc in the South-West of France kindergartners found human remains while playing on the Playground. Excavations have shown that in its place is an ancient burial mound, reports the Chronicle.info with reference on Focus
All of the graves recovered the remains of 30 people — 20 adults and 10 children. The oldest skeletons dated to 3600 BC, and the new — 1250 BC “We found out that this place was a graveyard for over 2,000 years, from the Neolithic to the iron age,” says Hannah James, the candidate of archaeological Sciences at the Australian national University.
Now scientists want to understand why people continue to bury their dead in it nothing remarkable.
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“There had to be something that made people again and again to come back here,” says James.