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Woman buried with three clasps  (© Denis Gliksman, Inrap)

Woman buried with three clasps from Bucheres, France (© Denis Gliksman, Inrap)

pics of anasazi arrowheads | Skull of Anasazi woman with embedded arrowhead

skull of an Anasazi woman dating to the Pueblo Period of American civilization, discovered with the embedded arrowhead that killed her

Is it morbid I think these skeletons are the most romantic thing I've ever seen???

“ 6000 year old kiss. ” It was released in January I believe … Hasanlu is an archaeological excavation site in Iran, Western Azerbaijan, Solduz Valley. These skeletons were found in a.

This strange, yet real, lake turns any animal that dares touch it, into stone.

Funny pictures about The lake that turns animals into stone. Oh, and cool pics about The lake that turns animals into stone. Also, The lake that turns animals into stone.

At the height of Mayan civilization, body modification included a variety of alterations of the teeth. Teeth were sharpened to points, or into the letter "T" to represent the wind-glyph, and green jade was inlaid to "purify breath or express elegant speech." Other minerals inserted into teeth included iron pyrites, hematite, turquoise, quartz, serpentine, and cinnabar.

At the height of Maya civilization, body modification included teeth which were sharpened to points, or into the letter "T" to represent the wind-glyph, and green jade was inlaid to "purify breath or express elegant speech.

Mère et l'enfant d'Altweis  Mother and Child of Altweis, Luxembourg  A Bell Beaker mother holds her child.  Her heading orientation is non-standard for Beakerwomen, however her heading is not without precedence in Beaker mother/child graves.  photograph:  C. Weber

Mère et l'enfant d'Altweis Mother and Child of Altweis, Luxembourg A Bell Beaker mother holds her child. Her heading orientation is non-standard for Beakerwomen, however her heading is not without precedence in Beaker mother/child graves. photograph: C. Weber

A necropolis discovered in France is shedding light on the La Tene Culture - enigmatic warriors who once dominated most of Iron Age Europe.  15 richly adorned graves date to the 4th century BC.  The Celtic culture developed north of the Alps in the first millenium BC.  From there, they spread from Romania to Britain.

LaTenestitch (Copyright Denis Gliksman/Inrap) A necropolis recently discovered in northern France is providing remarkable new evidence of the La Tène Culture, enigmatic warriors who once dominated most of Iron Age Europe.

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22 foot - 2500 pound Crocodile The people in a village on the Niger River in Africa were losing fellow villagers at such a rapid rate, that they had to call in the Army to hunt down the culprit. A 22 foot, 2500 pound Crocodile

Close-up of one of the Torcs from the Snettisham hoard. From The Iron Age Around 75BC

Closeup of one of the torcs from the Snettisham Hoard. From the Iron Age, around 75 BCE

Remains:  Bronze Age pit #burial at Pegwell Bay, #England.

Five skeletons were found in a Late Bronze Age pit, this one appears to be pointing towards the centre of a large horshoe ditch which was the focus of ceremonies. There is a piece of chalk in his left hand.

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