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Skeleton discovered in the floor of the house 69

Manager of Lepenski Vir Tourist Area Ltd. and Archaeological archive of National Museum in Belgrade (1967)Mesolithic, Neolithic

Archeological Sites of Serbia

Archeological Sites of Serbia
Belgrade, Serbia

Numerous human remains discovered at Lepenski Vir have helped the scientists to discover the lifestyle, diet and habits of people in prehistory. Among the numerous skeletons, only one is buried in a sitting position with bent and crossed lower limbs and an upright head. This skeleton belongs to the early Mesolithic and it is estimated that the person was about 60 years old at the time of death.

Details

  • Title: Skeleton discovered in the floor of the house 69
  • Creator: Manager of Lepenski Vir Tourist Area Ltd., Archaeological archive of National Museum in Belgrade (1967)
  • Date Created: Mesolithic, Neolithic
  • Location Created: Boljetin, Municipality of Majdanpek, Djerdap / Serbia
  • Type: prehistoric settlement

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