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Bronze Age remains in 'exceptional condition' discovered

31 July 2020 05:57 PM

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An archaeological excavation in the Catalan Pyrenees has unearthed more than a thousand Bronze Age artifacts dating from around 3,000 years ago. Highlights uncovered at the Roc de les Orenetes site in Queralbs include bone fragments of a dozen children in "exceptional" condition, including two jaws with baby teeth.

  • Bronze Age remains in 'exceptional condition' discovered