Native american burial sites dating back 5000 years
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The finders reported that all of the objects were coated in a thick layer of red ocher, a common burial practice for Clovis and other Pleistocene hunter-gatherers.
In another mound, they found a circle of ten skeletons surrounding another giant skeleton, as well as underground vaults, various copper and mica ornaments, religious items, pipes and spearheads.The burial was identified as a rare Viking tomb known as a ‘d'ødehus’', meaning ''death house''.Since the beginning, it has been obvious that the tomb belonged to a highly distinguished person or people. A graduate of NYU with degrees in journalism, film, and television, he has written and edited for the History Channel, the Arts & Entertainment Channel, PBS, Fox Television and Fox Films, ABC News, TNT, Paramount Pictures, and the .His new book The Ancient Giants Who Ruled America, meticulously chronicles the missing giant skeletons of one of the Smithsonian’s greatest cover-ups.However, an analysis of the burial finds allowed the researchers to confirm that it is a grave of two men and a woman.
According to excavation leader Kirsten Nelleman Nielsen, who described the finding in an article called 'Dead and buried in the Viking Age' published by Saxo Institute at the University of Copenhagen, it seems that one man and a woman were buried together in the main part of the tomb, while another man was buried in the back. Science Nordic reports that the man in the main part of the tomb was buried with an impressive battle axe.
But the two groups came to different conclusions when it came to how that DNA with ties to Oceania made its way into the Native American genome.
In a wide-ranging paper in the journal Science, University of Copenhagen Centre for Geo Genetics Director Eske Willerslev and coauthors studied genomes from ancient and modern people in the Americas and Asia.
The child's DNA was used as a basis for comparison in two new genetics studies released on Tuesday.
The child's DNA was used as a basis for comparison in two new genetics studies released on Tuesday. Anzick / AP) This week, two teams of scientists released reports detailing the origins of Native American peoples.
Overlying deposits contained a profusion of bison bones, possibly representing a buffalo jump, where animals were stampeded off a cliff and then butchered.