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Neolithikum: Endneolithikum - praehistorische-archaeologie.de: Schnürkeramik und Glockenbecherkeramik  (2800 - 2200 v. Chr.)

Neolithikum: Endneolithikum - praehistorische-archaeologie.de: Schnürkeramik und Glockenbecherkeramik (2800 - 2200 v. Chr.)

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6,000 year-old kiss

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River Bode Beaker.  Read about him at BellBeakerBlogger

River Bode Beaker. Read about him at BellBeakerBlogger

Neolithic Baby Burial [Archeology]This infant burial is from Çatalhöyük , a Neolithic settlement in Turkey that was occupied continuously for 2,500 years, between 8000 and 6400 BCE. The infant was between six months and one year old, and the burial demonstrates great care. The infant was placed in a fetal position facing south and rested on a reed mat or basket. Red ochre, a mineral powder, had been used to decorate the body. Two anklets made of bone beads were placed around the feet.

Neolithic Baby Burial [Archeology]This infant burial is from Çatalhöyük , a Neolithic settlement in Turkey that was occupied continuously for 2,500 years, between 8000 and 6400 BCE. The infant was between six months and one year old, and the burial demonstrates great care. The infant was placed in a fetal position facing south and rested on a reed mat or basket. Red ochre, a mineral powder, had been used to decorate the body. Two anklets made of bone beads were placed around the feet.

Burial - female dancer -Bronze age  by  Libor Balak

Burial - female dancer -Bronze age by Libor Balak

Udegram cemetary near the archeological site of the ancient city of Barikot in Swat Valley Afghanistan. Preliminary dating places it at 3000 yrs old. Thought to be a site of one of the battles of Alexander the Great.

In Pakistan, Secrets Of A 3,000-Year-Old Cemetery

Udegram cemetary near the archeological site of the ancient city of Barikot in Swat Valley Afghanistan. Preliminary dating places it at 3000 yrs old. Thought to be a site of one of the battles of Alexander the Great.

Museum Burg Bederkesa

Museum Burg Bederkesa

The 7 Most Terrifying Archaeological Discoveries (Beheaded Vikings)

The 7 Most Terrifying Archaeological Discoveries

The 7 Most Terrifying Archaeological Discoveries (Beheaded Vikings)

Flemming Bau - A burial in the early Bronze Age, Brandenburg

Flemming Bau - A burial in the early Bronze Age, Brandenburg

Predynastic Egyptian burial.  Next to her head is her palette and stone most likely used for cosmetics.

Predynastic Egyptian burial. Next to her head is her palette and stone most likely used for cosmetics.

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