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Stone Age burial garment found in France was adorned with shells and deer teeth

Archaeologists have identified a Burial Garment from a Stone Age grave after new analyses have been carried out on a finding discovered in the 1970s. The partial remains of a man from 7,000 years ago was found wrapped in a jacket decorated with sea shells  [Credit: Aurélie Zemour]The grave of La Balance-Ilot P was initially identified in the 1970s during an excavation in Avignon, southern France. It was partially unearthed and...

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