Ancient graves reveal how disabled people were treated

About 34,000 years ago, a group of hunters and gatherers buried their dead - including two boys with physical conditions - using the utmost care. However, these dead were buried in fairly different ways, a new study finds.

Ancient graves reveal how disabled people were treated

Graves from 34,000 years ago have explained to scientists the historical treatment of disabled people. The burials of two young boys were more extravagant than that of a nearby adult. ...

Thu 15 Feb 18 from Daily Mail

Ancient 34,000-year-old lavish burial shows special care for disabled children

The children were buried with vast riches, in contrast to functional adults who had more modest burials.

Thu 15 Feb 18 from ZME Science

Photos: 2 Paleolithic Boys Were Buried with Fox Teeth and Spears

About 34,000 years ago, a hunter-gatherer group buried two young boys who had physical conditions in elaborate graves.

Tue 13 Feb 18 from Livescience

In Ancient Grave, Skeletons Found Adorned with Spears, Ivory and Teeth

About 34,000 years ago, a group of hunters and gatherers buried their dead - including two boys with physical conditions - using the utmost care. However, these dead were buried in fairly different ...

Tue 13 Feb 18 from Livescience

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