How did people at skara brae deal with death?

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  • How did people at skara brae deal with death?


Adudlabird | 02/11 2014 12:39
They left the birds to eat all the flesh, then buried them there were light scratch marks on the bones, too light to be done with knives
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Skara Brae (skâr`ə brā), Stone Age village, on Mainland in the Orkney Islands Orkney Islands, archipelago and council area (1991 pop. 19,650), 376 sq mi ...
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Skara; Skärhamn; Skövde; Stenungsund; Strömstad; Svenljunga; Tanumshede; Tibro; Tidaholm; Töreboda; Tranemo; Trollhättan; Uddevalla; Ulricehamn ...
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Skara Brae (Skea Brae ... (Although these facts did little for my ... There were a number of people milling around and all were being watched by a member ...
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Early people (Prehistoric) Content. ... Skara Brae; Orkney Venus; Tomb of the Eagles; Ring of Brodgar; Calanais; Bronze Age; Brochs; Crannogs; Underwater ...
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