Thousands of 2,000-Year-Old Bones Unearthed in Denmark — Archaeological Headlines – Archaeology Magazine

AARHUS, DENMARK—AFP reports that the 2,000-year-old bones of more than 80 boys and men have been recovered from a bog in Denmark that could hold the remains of as many as 380 people. Mette Løvschal of Aarhus University said many of the well-preserved bones bear fresh cut marks from sharp weapons. She thinks the boys…

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