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Collective burial of Escoural Cave

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Plate with collective burial of human bones and associated estate covered by a calcitic mantle, which preserved the association between the burials and the estate. There are two skull-shaped defects facing each other, and a set of long bones, among which are ceramic vases. This set was removed from the Cave of the Escoural during its excavation, and brought to the National Archaeological Museum in the 60s, and is part of a neolithic necropolis / ossuary. The calcitic mantle that covers the burials allowed the preservation of the human remains and to a great extent, the respective anatomical connection.

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  • Publication date: 2017/11/13 at 17:37




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