A Makeshift Casket of Sea Shells and Antlers: The 6500-Year-Old Grave of the Unfortunate Ladies of Téviec

When archaeologists Marthe and Saint-Just Péquart discovered the bludgeoned remains of two females from the Mesolithic period, they really put the small French island of Téviec on the map. Was it murder, sacrifice, or something else that caused the death of the two unfortunates dumped in a midden heap?

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