Neolithic Burial Practices in Britain in 3600 B.C.

Over a period of 25 years, Neolithic people in Britain in 3600 BC created burials which acted as resting homes for the departed. When a high ranking person became recently deceased, that person was laid out inside of a stone domicile so that decomposition could take place with animals consuming the body to help along the process. Skeletons weren’t placed individually, instead they were categorized with a pile of skulls, a pile of vertebra, a pile of long bones etc. This is important because it d...

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