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Neolithic skeleton unearthed in Bavaria

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"The skeleton, said to be that of a young man who lived during the Neolithic Period, the final period of the Stone Age, was well-preserved thanks to the high concentration of calcium oxide in the soil where he was buried.

Archeologists are thrilled after discovering the remains of an ancient skeleton, whom they christened 'Fred', along with a worn-out stone axe and seeds of grain, in a dig in Lower Franconia, Bavaria, Welt has reported."

Report and pics at Sputnik: https://sputniknews.com/europe/201903071073039034-bavaria-neolithic-period-skeleton-found/

Source for above article in German at Welt: https://www.welt.de/geschichte/article189902089/Bayern-Etwa-6500-Jahre-alt-Skelette-aus-der-Jungsteinzeit-gefunden.html?

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What Fred doing in Bavaria ...
 

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