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Man finds Neolithic family grave in garden

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The 7,000 years old Neolithic grave by lake Baikal might belong to one of the world’s oldest settlements.

The unique discovery was made earlier this year in May in the outskirts of Ulan-Ude, capital city of the mountainous Republic of Buryatia. 

A resident of Ulan-Ude was working in the family garden with his son when they came across three skeletons - two adults and a child between them -  buried in embryo positions metres away from their home. 

‘I was digging a compost pit with my son, he was picking up stones and taking them away when suddenly a bone, a joint jumped out. I spent some time volunteering for searching squads in Kursk region (meaning that Alexey was helping to re-bury remains of the WWII soldiers, The Siberian Times), so I immediately understood that these were human remains.


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